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Yellow Petals

Label: Third Freedom Music
Released: 2014
Track listing: Demise; Live For Tomorrow, Forgot Today; Shotgun House; Orange; Inkleined; Where Does The Wind Blow; Silver; Companion; Yellow Petals.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jon Di Fiore: Yellow Petals

Read "Yellow Petals" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

The attraction of a flower is more than its appearance at first sight. Each petal in a flower represents a nuance that adds to the fascination of the flower as a whole and so it is with drummer Jon Di Fiore's album Petals. Every composition on the album is penned by DI Fiore ...

Patience

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012
Track listing: Dis'Ability; Epistrophy; Tomorrow Will Be A Better Day; Nine the Less; Blue Atlantic; Just More Time; Stranded in Times Square; Amontillado.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jon DiFiore: Patience

Read "Patience" reviewed by Daniel Lehner

Patience is typically defined as the capacity to tolerate delay without getting upset. This works quite well as a debut album title for New Jersey-born drummer Jon Di Fiore. Patience makes an excellent case for being unhurried, the same way a person might wait to speak to say something worthwhile. Di Fiore's compositions, fleshed out by ...


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