It is possible that Arezzo was one of the twelve important Etruscan cities, the so-called Dodekapolis. Today, Daniele Sollo lives in the city, and he is about to become a well-known and important musician due to his very good debut album Order And DisOrder.
That album was released some weeks ago. Sollo is bassist, songwriter, composer and producer and have played with groups such as Hostsonaten and The Mediumistic Circle. On the mentioned album he presents a remarkable wealth of contents that probably not will fail to capture attention of the most attentive listeners of prog and beyond. Order And DisOrder is distributed by G.T. Music Distribution and Micio Poldo also contributed.
Daniele Sollo was born in Naples in 1978 a composer and bass player, whose language is characterized by a mix of progressive rock, jazz fusion, classic and song-writing genres. Sollo has worked as session man with Italian progressive rock band Hostsonaten. Hehave also worked with famous Italian progressive rock musicians such as Fabio Zuffanti, Luca Scherani, Stefano Agnini and Alessandro Corvaglia joined his debut solo album.
Like many who release solo records, Sollo has a bunch of well-known and talented musicians on Order And DisOrder, and here is the title track on Bandcamp.
1. 11-IX-1683 (6:40)
2. Turn Left (5:54)
3. A Journey (11:20)
4. In My Arms (4:00)
5. Anytime, Anyplace (11:45)
6. Pavane In F# Minor (6:15)
Total Time 45:54
Daniele Sollo – fretless and fretted bass, keyboards
Stefano Agnini (La Coscienza di Zeno) – keyboards
Luca Scherani (La Coscienza di Zeno and Höstsonaten) – keyboards, strings arrangement
Marco Dogliotti (Höstsonaten) – vocals
Alessandro Corvaglia (La Maschera di Cera, Delirium) – vocals
Fabio Zuffanti (La Maschera di Cera, Höstsonaten) – vocals
Samuele Dotti – keyboards
Valerio Lucantoni – drums
Jason Rubenstein – keyboards
Maurizio Berti – drums
Domenico Cataldo – guitars