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Rocco DeLuca

Rocco DelucaAudio CD
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"My initial meeting with Rocco - It was pure and centered and seemed to have a sense of purpose, and I felt that there was something burning in his heart that I could be helpful to. It had that kind of truth in it that I decided to run with. I like the street corner aspect of working with Rocco, it woke up a certain part of my renegade ways I’m trying to keep alive these days. I ... Read more in Amazon's Rocco Deluca Store

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  • Audio CD (August 19, 2014)
  • Original Release Date: 2014
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: 429 Records
  • ASIN: B00L6AW7WC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,271 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Colors of the Cold
2. Free
3. Feather and Knife
4. Everything Hurts
5. Congregate
6. The World (Part 1)
7. Through Fire
8. Thief and the Moon
9. Two Bushes
10. Will Strike
11. Simple Thing

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Produced by seven time Grammy winner Daniel Lanois, Rocco DeLuca builds upon the brooding and haunting mood of his last solo album, 2011 s Drugs N Hymns with his new album entitled, Rocco DeLuca.

Currently residing in East Hollywood, CA, Rocco hosted a number of recording sessions in his bedroom with a number of notable local musicians, local folks and family, including drummer Oliver Charles (Ben Harper), guitarist and vocalist Christian Letts (Edward Sharpe), bassist Seth-Ford Young (Edward Sharpe), violinist Odessa Jorgensen, bassist Gus Siefert (The Black Keys, Beck), vocalist Soko and drummers Josh Collazo (Edward Sharpe) and Jonathan Wright.

Deluca accompanies his always striking voice with his trademark National guitar and lap steel.

Whereas Drugs n Hymns was notable for its spare, quiet intensity and attention to the darker side of things, Rocco DeLuca revels in a spirited spontaneity no doubt achieved through many an inspired (and oftentimes unacknowledged) home recording session among friends, yet maintains the intimacy that made Drugs so special.

The sincere sentiments evoked by the lyrics began as personal notes and stories intended to be shared with friends. Once DeLuca had chosen the best of the home recordings, he handed them over to Lanois to work his distinctive production magic.

Says DeLuca: When Daniel hears music he believes in, he simply calls it soul music. He follows his heart and instincts. He s such a raw human being and is very direct and truthful and he brings honor and dignity to all he does, whether he s playing the pedal steel or mixing. He s a master at recognizing the most important things in the mix and I trust him to find the most important sentiment, even when it s the voice of the slide guitar which best tells the song s story.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Wow Rocco, a Masterpiece! August 22, 2014
By scotty
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Let me start by saying that I am very fortunate to know Rocco and to have helped out in the past with his music from a retail perspective. A few years a go I was hoping that he would make a album laced with awesome guitar solos. Well that was the record I wanted him to make, and not what he wanted to do from an artist's out look. So when I saw that he was releasing a new album and working with Lanois again, I decided to go in to this with the mind set of hearing the music Rocco, himself wanted to make. Boy I am glad I did as this is an absolute masterpiece! The vocals, lyrics, and instrumentation are woven and layered like no other music I have ever heard. From the opening song Colors of the Cold to the closer Simple Thing, the music rolls over you and sucks you in for one hell of a sonic ride! Right now my personal favorite is Free (one of the best songs he has ever written) but each and every song has it's own special place here. Check out Two Brushes (and hear the sound Lanois created on Neil Young's Le Noise) and hear how he has perfected that technique. As a music fanatic, I am glad I listened to what the artist wanted to make with a very open mind, because this baby delivers so much pleasure from a listening experience as well as putting a thousands smiles upon my face. Unbelievable Rocco and Daniel, you have given us something very special here!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another Amazing Ablum by Rocco! September 6, 2014
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Rocco is by far my favorite artist. I have enjoyed all his albums. Do yourself a favor and not only purchase this one, but all of them! Cheers!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not his best effort October 6, 2014
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I'm a big Rocco Deluca fan, but this last album was a bit of a let down. My pet complaint with most of today's composers is that they write 5 or 6 lines of lyrics and just keep repeating them over and over and over.... not cool. It seems that Rocco has fallen into this same trap on this new album. Overall, Rocco is an outstanding lyrists, but not this time. Perhaps the influence of Daniel was a bit too much for him. We can only hope that Rocco gets back to his roots on his next album. Ta
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