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by TONY FARLEY on Jerome MAZZA
OUTLAW SON

SOMETIMES WE STRUGGLE WITH WHAT LIFE THROWS AT US BUT THEN WE SEE A LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS OR A CALM MOMENT WITHIN THE STORM A LIGHT IN THE DISTANCE MAYBE.... JEROME MAZZA BRAND NEW ALBUM NOV 23rd OUTLAW SON AND ALL OF A SUDDEN EVERYTHING IS GOOD WITH THE WORLD. THIS IS ALREADY IN MY SHOPPING BASKET AND I KNOW FOR A FACT THIS BRAND NEW OFFERING IS AWARD BOUND- EXCITED, REJUVENATED, EAGER AND IM LIKE A LITTLE KID AGAIN- CANT WAIT...
MUCH PEACE AND LOVE
T.F.
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by TONY FARLEY on Jerome MAZZA
GROUNDBREAKER

I'M MAYBE JEROME MAZZAS BIGGEST FAN.  THE COLLABORATION ON BLACK BUTTERFLY WITH STEVE OVERLAND IS BEYOND BREATHTAKING, AS IS JEROME'S NEW SINGLE "NEVERLAND".  THE ALBUM BY GROUNDBREAKER FEATURING STEVE OVERLAND INCLUDING THE SINGLE "WILL IT MAKE YOU LOVE ME" WETS THE APPETITE FOR MAYBE A FUTURE COLLABORATION BETWEEN JEROME AND STEVE.  THIS NEW MUSIC FROM BOTH CAMPS INCLUDING THE UNTOUCHABLE ROBERT SALI ON GUITAR KEEPS REAL MUSIC FOR REAL PEOPLE VERY MUCH ALIVE AND KICKING.   THANK YOU, JEROME, FOR OPENING ALL THESE NEW DOORS FOR ME.  YOU HAVE LIT UP MY LIFE AGAIN IN REAL TERMS...
MUCH PEACE AND LOVE
T.F.
XXXX

by TONY FARLEY on Jerome MAZZA
GENIUS

OH MY GOODNESS ITS LATE SEPTEMBER AND ONCE AGAIN THE GENIUS OF JEROME MAZZA HAS STOPPED ME IN MY TRACKS, IVE JUST HEARD THE BRAND NEW SINGLE NEVERLAND VIA THE PETE FRY ROCK SHOW WED 26TH SEPT.  I HAD GOOSEBUMPS AND THE HAIRS ON THE BACK OF MY NECK STANDING UP.  THIS NEW SONG YET AGAIN IS AMAAAAAAZING. IN ALL HONESTY, I EXPECTED THIS SINGLE TO BE UNIQUE AND GROUNDBREAKING BUT THIS HAS GONE FURTHER THAN THAT.  IT GIVES ME A REAL UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT THE PERFECT MELODIC ROCK SONG SHOULD SOUND LIKE.  THE MUSIC AND LYRICS IN THIS SONG GO THE EXTRA MILE IN ESTABLISHING THAT.  I THANK MY GOD FOR THIS ROCK STARS CONTRIBUTION TO MY LIFE.  HE HAS MADE MUSIC EXCITING AGAIN.....WOW.
MUCH PEACE AND LOVE
T.F.
XXX

I don't know what to say. I'm out of words. Thank you so much, Tony. So glad you like it.

by TONY FARLEY on Jerome MAZZA
NEVERLAND

DOES EVERY MELODIC ROCK MUSIC DIEHARD FAN HAVE THE SAME EXCITEMENT AND ANTICIPATION AS I DO RE THE NEW JEROME MAZZA AS YET UNTITLED CD FT THE EXPLOSIVE SINGLE NEVERLAND IM ON THE EDGE OF MY SEAT- I CANT WAIT.....
THANK-YOU
MUCH LOVE
T.F.
XXXX

by Federico Orano on Jerome MAZZA
Steve Walsh's class backed by a certain Tommy Denander!

"Black butterfly" is a compulsory record for every hard rock class lover, it would be almost useless to dwell too much on a work that sees protagonists Steve Walsh (former Kansas), authentic legend, and Tommy Denander, one of the best songwriters and guitarists of the last years.

In short, the union of two artists can only lead to something positive and, in fact, this "Black Butterfly" is really a good record, played tremendously well and composed with the class that distinguishes the two musicians. Can we talk about masterpiece then? No because, despite everything, this disc is missing a little something. There are some great songs like "The piper", which presents a great chorus, but also a remarkable instrumental session with a beautiful solo guitar by Tommy. We could talk about the stratospheric ballatona that answers the name of "Now until forever", one of the best lenses of the year (voice of Mazza). And there are other really good pieces, like the masterful melodic hard rock of "Hell or high water" and "Grace and nature", or the notable "Mercy on me", which sees the voice of Jerome Mazza, gifted singer who is given the microphone for three songs. At the same time, some less crackling moments are present here and there and this is why the album does not take flight towards absolute excellence.

In any case, this is a record to have; if you love music written with class, "Black Butterfly" is one of those works not to be missed!

by Toño Martínez Mendizábal on Jerome MAZZA
Maybe a little piece of heaven

If very recently we said that a record and an artist in particular could only be assessed in their true magnitude live, now we are going to say almost the opposite. Black Butterfly , by Steve Walsh (Kansas, Streets, Solo) is an album to listen in intimacy and put it again and again to enjoy its nuances, its quality and its variety.



Steve is accompanied, in this his fourth solo work, the guitar, keyboards and composition, nothing more and nothing less, than the great Tommy Denander (Talisman, Fergie Frederiksen, House of Lords and an endless list), the angelic Jerome Mazza (Pinnacle Point, Angelica) to the voices, the no less brilliant Steve Overland (FM) to the choirs; Brian Anthony on bass and in charge of arrangements and Peter Yttergren (Bobby Kimball, Legends of Rock), on drums and percussion. Production is by Tommy Denander and Khalil Turk. Without forgetting the fantastic artwork by Eric Philippe. Many data, necessary in this case to explain the quality of the final product. By the way, the own Steve admits to have been without much desire to record until Khalil arrived, with an unfinished subject of Denander (to which Walsh did not know),



With all these premises it is clear that, once again, we are not talking about a suitable work for lovers of fast food music. This is rather food for thought , something that deserves to be seriously considered; thing that there are people who lately do not want, but it is thus. Does that mean that it is a boring album aimed exclusively at rock intellectuals? Absolutely. It is a varied work that comes to you first with Born in Fire, a great direct cut in which Steve tries to interpret, with his lyrics based on dreams, the powerful composition of Denander. You can make deep lyrics without boring anyone, of course, and this cut is a joy. The Piper with the very personal voice and keyboards of Walsh as a base, changes the record without detracting and showing the powers of the team beyond the chorus. Grace and Nature is a deep theme, in which keyboard and choirs inspire reflection, while the quality in abundance shows again in the variation that gives way to the solo. Dear Kolinda has a personal touch. We do not know if it is addressed to the Croatian president or another person, but the music embraces the message with mastery and seriousness.



Hell or High Water , with its electronic sounds of beginning and Steve Walsh to the voice, is one of the most representative and different subjects of the album, by the way in which the stanza, well accompanied by the guitar and the voice in off, that reminds me of a subject that I will not mention, because I did not like it and this one does flow into the chorus. Tanglewood Tree does not go around the bush, although it does explore other musical forests, deep like the previous ones and in which sadness and joy are well accompanied by voices and instruments. Not Until Forever r presents an excellent Mazza that marks a composition that recalls some of the best of his recent work with Pinnacle Point. A voice like that shines even unintentionally. Composition and instruments know it and they stay there, behind, helping without disturbing. It is, without doubt, one of the topics that will most impact whoever is made with this great album. We go to Poland with Warsaw , its keyboards with effects and its omnipresent chorus. There Denander's guitar waits for us to undo the cold. Nothing but Nothinghas an oriental touch of those who like and are appearing lately in many bands. Approach the millions of potential listeners? Inspiration? Or, simply, leave a record of the present, for an uncertain future. It is different within a very varied disc. The uncertain future is also clear in Winds of War. And it is that, like it or not, is what there is and, after a certain age, we can not continue talking only about the usual. It is another of the great themes of Black Butterfly , for voices, composition and interpretation.



Billy Carbone Is Dead returns to the strength of the beginning of the album to say goodbye with a somewhat more guitarist and with the rhythmic base more present, but with the sounds and eclecticism that characterize Black Butterfly. One of the best in my opinion . Before Mercy on Me returns to the crystal clear voice of Jerome Mazza and the Overland choirs. Let us have mercy on him and his sins ask! I am not very confessional and I am not a priest, but from here I assure you that and much more. Maybe a little piece of heaven, for this great theme and this great work, that will also take us all a little while to paradise. The fact of staying there or not is your thing, because, as you know, many rockers prefer hell.



Toño Martínez Mendizábal

by Dean Carter on Jerome MAZZA
WOW

Jerome Mazza is a stellar singer, it's obvious he has taken his natural gifts and honed and crafted them...passion and emotion ebb from them. Few singers today could rank in the midst of the "Classics" of the golden era of rock (1970s - 1980s), but Jerome Mazza could, and does!

by The Real Music Observer on Jerome MAZZA
Steve Walsh and Jerome Mazza Keep the Torch Lit

A lot of folks thought Steve Walsh was through with the music business. Thankfully he was convinced to record another album by Khalil Turk, president of Escape Music. Good work Khalil! The collection begins with an absolutely scorching track called Born In Fire with dueling lead vocals from Steve Walsh and Pinnacle Point vocalist Jerome Mazza.


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by TONY FARLEY on Jerome MAZZA
SPELLBINDING

TO GET THIS ALBUM ON THE 2ND NOV IS A DELIGHT IN ITSELF, BUT THEN AS A 57 YEAR OLD GRANDAD WHO HAS BRAIN DAMAGE AND IS NOT REALLY INTERESTED IN FRILLS (AND THIS ALBUM HAS NONE) - IT IS PURE GENIUS. MELODIC BEYOND WORDS AND HITS YOU STRAIGHT BETWEEN THE EYES. I CAN REMEMBER FIRST HEARING ALBUMS SUCH AS LEFTOVERTURE AND POWER BY KANSAS, RAISED ON RADIO BY JOURNEY, FLEXIBLE BY STEVE VAI. TEMPLE OF THE DOG SELF TITLED FAHRENHEIT BY TOTO AND STRANGER IN THIS TOWN BY RICHIE SAMBORA AND I KNEW THESE WERE SPECIAL ALBUMS BUT THIS NEW STEVE WALSH ALBUM OUTSHINES ALL OF THEM. THEN, MORE BY LUCK THAN JUDGEMENT, I HEARD ABOUT PINNACLE POINT WINDS OF CHANGE AND THE AMAAAAAZING VOCALIST JEROME MAZZA AND EVERYTHING CHANGED FOR THE BETTER. .BLACK BUTTERFLY BY STEVE WALSH FEATURING JEROME ON FOUR SONGS IS WITHOUT QUESTION A SUPREME WORK OF ART.  A TIMELESS TAPESTRY OF UNCHARTED SEAS.  A GAME-CHANGER AND A TOTAL DELIGHT FOR THE MUSIC LISTENER. I THOUGHT I KNEW EVERYTHING ABOUT MELODIC ROCK, MUSIC, IN FACT. GUESS WHAT?  I KNEW NOTHING. WITH THE MORE THAN ABLE ASSISTANCE OF THE GENIUS THAT IS STEVE OVERLAND, BRIAN ANTHONY, AND TOMMY DENANDER, PETER YTTERGREN, THE VISION OF KHALIL TURK, THE SPRINKLING OF THE LEGENDARY STEVE WALSH AND THE SUBLIME VOCALS OF JEROME MAZZA, THIS IS WITHOUT A DOUBT THE BEST ALBUM I HAVE EVER EVER EVER HEARD. EVERY SINGLE SONG ON THS ALBUM STANDS UP ON ITS OWN AS A POTENTIAL FOR MELODIC ROCK SONG OF THE YEAR.  AND I DO FEEL THAT THE BACKBONE OF THIS REGENERATION OF INTEREST HAILS FROM THE DELIVERY OF PINNACLE POINT AND THE DISCOVERY OF JEROME MAZZA. GET THIS ALBUM. OPEN THE WINDOW.  LET THE BLACK BUTTERFLY FLY IN AND PLAY IT LOUD! GENIUS.
MUCH LOVE AND THANKS
TONY FARLEY
SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND.
XXXX

by TONY FARLEY on Jerome MAZZA
BLACK BUTTERFLY

WOW WOW WOW! BLACK BUTTERFLY - STEVE WALSH AND JEROME MAZZA - ASTONISHING, TIMELESS, EVOCATIVE, UNIQUE.   THIS IS WITHOUT DOUBT, WITH MY HAND ON MY HEART, THE GREATEST ALBUM I HAVE EVER HEARD AND AS MUCH AS I AM A MASSIVE STEVE WALSH FAN, THESE VOCALS FROM JEROME MAZZA ON TRACKS SUCH AS THE SOARING, SPELLBINDING AND EVOCATIVE "MERCY ON ME" BREATH NEW LIFE INTO THE MUSIC LISTENER. THIS ALBUM IS SO POWERFUL I ALMOST FEEL LIKE IVE BEEN REBORN. THIS WILL WIN AWARDS OR I'LL EAT MY HAT!  OUTSTANDING, ALMOST BEYOND WORDS, QUITE EXTRAORDINARY ON EVERY LEVEL, AND TO HAVE THE CAPACITY TO LIFT THE HUMAN SPIRIT TO SUCH A LEVEL IS A GIFT ONLY BESTOWED ON A FEW.  SUFFICE TO SAY I HAVE MY COPY AND I CAN'T STOP PLAYING IT AMAAAAAAAAAAZING.
TONY FARLEY
SOUTHAMPTON ENGLAND

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