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Marc Ceccotti
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2/15/2024 7:49:05 AM
Winter hare invokes the moon

2/12/2021 5:20:09 PM
What were you stammering in those fatal nights ?

9/26/2020 11:14:10 AM

9/26/2020 11:11:34 AM

7/13/2020 9:13:31 AM
Out of boundaries by Marc Ceccotti

11/18/2019 12:56:45 PM
The way to Ta Tsun

9/25/2019 8:33:52 AM
First Single from the new album by Marc Ceccotti

10/28/2018 6:19:43 AM
Trailer & Soundtrack !

8/12/2018 12:14:19 PM
track N° 9

7/11/2018 11:04:44 AM
"She's not like this wooo" First track of the new album !!!

11/9/2017 1:59:40 PM
"The shy girl in a wierd box" by Marc Ceccotti

8/26/2017 10:37:01 AM
Blue sidelong glance by Marc Ceccotti

5/12/2017 2:28:39 PM
3 really different tracks

4/25/2017 11:57:56 AM
New compositions here...

12/3/2016 6:11:37 AM
"Three oddity of Godzie"

11/11/2016 12:29:49 PM
Belka and Strelka

11/7/2016 8:43:24 AM
slightly "Progressive"

9/26/2016 3:58:14 AM
New track "Cheko Lake"

8/29/2016 8:25:32 AM
Song to all those we would like to still have among us.

5/28/2016 8:03:05 AM
The Owl of Minerva - Marc Ceccotti

4/14/2016 5:03:07 PM
Three crows pecked sand - Marc Ceccotti


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Marc Ceccotti

4/14/2016 5:03:07 PM

Three crows pecked sand - Marc Ceccotti
Three crows pecked sand

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4/15/2016 10:58:48 PM

Whoa, got some mean bass going on this one. Very intriguing directions with some cool percussion's intermingling with some rousing guitar licks. Very unexpected ending though. I was getting ready for a big buildup and then it was gone. Sort of left me wanting more.

Much Respect,

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Marc Ceccotti

4/16/2016 9:50:09 AM

Thank you Stoneman for your comments always respectful and enriching.

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Two Silo Complex

4/16/2016 1:09:27 PM

Marc immerses us in an auditory landscape and takes us for a journey we won’t soon forget.
The strumming bass keeps us grounded while the percussion swirls around us panning here and there in a dreamlike sensation.
The guitar seeming knows exactly when to both gently and firmly take our hand and lead us further along the way.
Just when we get comfortable in the hypnotic trance Marc wakes us up with some unconventional sounds to keep us from drifting too far into the ether realms and keep us in the present.
Somewhere between shamanic journey and neo progressive Marc strikes the perfect balance to keep us both interested but yet somewhat dazed at the same time.
I will agree with Stomenan that the ending does leave us wanting more. It beckons us to start it again to find the hidden breadcrumb we missed last time.
It invites us into the world Marc has created and tugs at us to explore further.
Well done Marc
Two Silo Complex

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Marc Ceccotti

4/16/2016 1:35:47 PM

A thousand thank you for this comment very comforting and truly full of poetry. Ken you are really an artist with multiple talents !

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The Rhythm Kings

4/17/2016 8:50:30 AM

Marc, Simply stunning! You have created a great dreamscape here. Very earthy feel. I feel some former blues influences in your solos. This would be a great Movie build up in a dramatic moment.

Best, Bruce

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Marc Ceccotti

4/17/2016 11:23:14 AM

Thank you Bruce, your nice comment made me dream for a film... would be one of my greatest joy ... many thanks !

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Shoe City Sound

4/17/2016 8:21:12 PM

With that strong, steady beat throughout, Three Crows seems to take a different direction from other tunes you've written, Marc. It sounds really great too. Still has all the unexpected and unconventional sounds that make your music so fascinating. And I love the ending - perfect!

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Marc Ceccotti

4/18/2016 6:06:23 AM

Thank you for this comment rewarding and bringing the balance :) Your support is a real gift !

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Bobby D.

4/19/2016 3:00:44 AM

To be outfront, this isn't really a style of music I enjoy that much. It meanders a lot but I do like a lot of the guitar work.

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Marc Ceccotti

4/19/2016 2:39:56 PM

Thank you Bobby !

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