The Ryszard Kramarski Project ‎– Music Inspired By The Little Prince

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Somewhere In The Universe
1 Android B-612 4:13
2 The Little Prince 5:12
3 The Rose With Four Thorns 6:33
4 Galaxy Freaks 6:35
Somewhere On The Earth
5 Snake From The Desert 4:58
6 Fox's Secret 6:57
7 In The Garden 4:07
8 Five Hundred Million Little Bells 7:43

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antoshkins09

antoshkins09

August 23, 2017
Ryszard Kramarski keyboards and acoustic guitars.
Marcin Kruczek - guitars
Grzegorz Fieber - drums and percussion
Paweł Pyzik - bass
Karolina Leszko - vocals

For many years I've been trying to record and release my first solo album but every time it ended up with recording the next album of Millenium. I never regretted it and I think these were the right decisions.But now after a few months' work in the studio, I am pleased to present you my first solo album for all fans of art rock, called: The Ryszard Kramarski Project - music inspired by The Little Prince.To make this album I invited the following musicians:

Guitars - Marcin Kruczek (Moonrise, Nemesis, Hipgnosis)Drums and percussion instruments - Grzegorz Fieber (Loonypark, Padre)Bass - Paweł Pyzik (Another Pink Floyd)Vocals - wonderfully done by Karolina Leszko, already working with Millenium before.
Me - (Ryszard Kramarski ) obviously played on keyboards and acoustic guitars.

The album will be released in March and will be a typical, classical, progressive, melodic concept album inspired by the wonderful book by Antoine de Saint-Exupery - "The Little Prince" You will not hear on this album crazy fast tracks.complicated broken time signatures and progmetal guitar riffs. You'll hear the melodious vocals, vocalizations and guitar solos keyboards and orchestral movie atmosphere. This music should appeal to fans of artists like Camel, The Alan Parsons Project, Pink Floyd and Marillion. (Ryszard Kramarski)