Coreleoni – ‘The Greatest Hits Part I’

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THE BAND:
Leo Leoni: Guitars
Ronnie Romero: Vocals
Hena Habegger: Drums
Jgor Gianola: Guitars
Mila Merker: Bass

 

 

 

 

TRACK LISTING:
1.) “Il Padrino” – The meaning of iI Padrino literally translates to The Godfather.  It also is the theme to the award-winning movie.  Out of the eleven Oscar’s it won one of those Oscars was for Best Original Movie Score.
2.) “Firedance” - Taken from the first Gotthard release titled Gotthard released in 1992.
3.) “Downtown” - Taken from the first Gotthard release titled Gotthard released in 1992.
4.) “Higher” – Taken from the second Gotthard album ‘Dial Hard’ released in 1994.
5.) “Get It While You Can” - Taken from the second Gotthard album ‘Dial Hard’ released in 1994.
6.) “In The Name” – Taken from the third Gotthard album ‘G’ released in 1996.
7.) “Let It Be” - Taken from the third Gotthard album ‘G’ released in 1996.
8.) “All I Care For” - Taken from the first Gotthard release titled Gotthard released in 1992.
9.) “Walk On Water” – This track opens with four sixteenth-notes with a rest in the middle.  During the rest there was a keyboard note.  After the second sixteenth-note the rest of the measure consisted of a keyboard and a string arrangement.  These two arrangements lead to the main intro arrangement.  The main intro arrangement consisted of a rhythm guitar arrangement over the top of a drum and bass line.  The rhythm guitar arrangement Leo wrote for the musical intro consisted of a huge musical hook.  Over the top of the main musical intro Ronnie sang one hell of a vocal accent/scream.  The vocal accent leads right into the opening lyric line of the first verse.  The band used the same rhythm arrangement for the verse as the one for the intro.  There was an echo attached at the end of the first and second lyric line.  After the first and second lyric liner there was a lyric line that was whispered.  The last three lyric lines where standard lyric lines.  After the last lyric line of the verse there was short musical rest that consisted of a snare fill along with a rhythm guitar riff to connect the musical verse with the musical chorus.  There was absolutely no doubt that the main songwriter for Gotthard also wrote this song just because of the enormous hook of the choruses.  After the second chorus there was a breakdown section that consisted of a lead vocal over the top of it.  There wasn’t a lead guitar solo however there was several lead licks underneath the last chorus and over the top of the coda.  The song ended with a single vocal line.              
10.) “Here Comes The Heat” - Taken from the second Gotthard album ‘Dial Hard’ released in 1994.
11.) “Tell No Lies” – Taken off of Gotthard’s fourth release titled ‘Open’ released in 1999.
12.) “Ride On” - Taken from the third Gotthard album ‘G’ released in 1996.

13.) “Anytime Anywhere” – Taken from Gotthard’s seventh release titled ‘Lipservice’ release in 2005.
14.) “El Traidor” (Bonus Track – CD edition only)-Bonus track on their 1997 ‘Lipservice’.
15.) “All I Care For” (bonus acoustic track)(Japanese Edition Only) Taken from the first Gotthard release titled Gotthard released in 1992.