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Award-winning drummer Marcello Pellitteri releases emotionally shattering new album
(Published: April 29, 2016)

Award-winning drummer Marcello Pellitteri dedicated his new album Acceptance to the memory of his beloved daughter, Veronica Pellitteri.

There are powerful feelings being conveyed in this stunning record, fueled by tragic loss and the inner strength of moving on. Surrounded by other highly talented New York-based musicians as well as the Orchestra Giovanile Mediterranea, Pellitteri has recorded one of the year's most strikingly beautiful releases.

The highlight of the album is "Silent Song," which acts as both a spiritual reunion between father and daughter as well as a final goodbye. The late Veronica Pellitteri's intensely chilling and emotional vocals, accompanied by a string orchestra and hypnotizing blues guitar, produces an incredibly compelling track that can be deeply felt by its listeners.

"Last Autumn Sun" is about farewells and new beginnings. The theme of the song is represented beautifully through its mesmerizing melody. Letting go can be very hard but it is inevitable, which is what this alluring piece is communicating. The orchestra also provides lushly evocative music that heightens its feelings of emptiness.

Virtuoso playing is emphasized in "Rock House," delivering a very energetic performance through its funky and heavy rhythms. Played with raw passion and an electrifying vibe, it quickly commands attention from its listeners; it's a scintillating showcase of instrumental skills.

The album itself seems like it has its own language that can be felt and understood by anyone who will listen to it. Acceptance is entertaining, sentimental, and touching all rolled into one package.

More Information: http://www.marpelmusic.com/#polaris

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