Recently I've bought Vince's latest soundscape album, Asylum 9. A magnificent piece of soundscape music. But I would like to know... Who played the drums on this album, cause it isn't mentioned in the credits.
The wait was long... but it was all worth it. Finally your latest creation, with the help and visions of Michael Fleischman reached my mailbox last Saturday. I was surprised that it arrived this fast. Just returing home from a hard day working on the build-up of a new Transformers Convention in the Netherlands, B.O.T.S. 2012, and finally I could feast my ears on a new chapter in your music career.
I must say at first I was surpised at the content of this album... it's dazzling, puzzling, question are coming forward like "What is going on here?". But then after a while, a form of logic vibes out of the speakers. Suddenly everything makes sence and it shows the creativity of this magnificent and epic album. Although being different from D.P.I., Thread, Rocky IV and all the Transformer albums, this album once again shows that you are one amazing Score writer and capable of making music fit perfectly for movies.
The entire theme of this album, sets the score in a weird kind of atmosphere. Each chapter of this album shows me rooms in a house where the sick of mind and the ill of spirits are being held for their and our protection... each song showing a different state of lunacy where the human mind is capable of taking us all to. Overjoyed, extreme hapiness, chilling scareness, completely deranged and just out of your mind kinda situations where a human being could loose all self controll.
I love this album, because of it's unique form. I've never heard anything like this before. And it's this uniform that makes this album another great addition to my collection of your music.
Vince DiCola... thank you very very much for making this album and I hope to hear more music from you in the future.
Hello Vince. Wow... it has been so long since I've heard from you and this news brings a sigh of relieve to know that you're still out there making music.
A question, you're talking about writing and producing, but are you also performing on this new album? I've been playing every album I own of you so many times that I can allmost see right through them... LOL... only joking. I hope to hear this new record soon cause the way you are writing about it, make the flame of music burning brighter inside of me.
Greetings from accross the globe, Niels Berndsen, The Netherlands.
I\'ve been searching the net recently and came upon a very interesting piece of History from Vince. His entire work from 1983 (Juice Newton\'s Dirty Looks and Old Flame albums) up untill 2006 most recent release the New Jazz album D.P.I..
Within this text it is mentioned about some unreleased material of which I\'ve become very interested. As it is written...
In 1999, he recorded experimental and largely improvisational instrumental tracks under the name of The Firing Squad. These recordings remain unreleased.
Vince... will this recording still be released. Although seeing I\'m the only one who\'s probably writing about it, I don\'t think that an album would be produced only once. I know what ammount of money and effort that would cost... but still... I would like to ask, cause I\'m very interested in this.
Wow... I have to thank Photon for asking this. And thanks to Vince and Travis for answering. I love these Studio and recording facts. It\'s great to learn each and every time something new about your recording\'s of, probably two of the biggest soundtracks you\'ve worked one Vince.