4 Destinies is the third album from Italian keyboardist Alex Carpani. Its clear from this album that he has a great love for old school prog and "Rock Progressivo Italiano". This is a concept album that consists of 4 epic length pieces. Carpani's keyboard work shifts from the delicacy of Tony Banks to the pyrotechnics of Keith Emerson. This is very much a symphonic rock album - plenty of Mellotron and Hammond organ through out. Carpani handles vocals along with Joe Zal. I'm not sure who is singing which parts but one of these guys reminds me a bit of Bernardo Lanzetti. The lyrics shift between Italian and English. Carpani has assembled an interesing band that includes The Watch guitarist Ettore Salati and drummer Alessandro Di Caprio of Ubi Maior. A higher profile guest is ex-VDGG saxophonist supreme David Jackson. Highly recommended."4 Destinies is a progressive rock concept album composed by Alex Carpani and based on 4 eventual destinies that a man can find on the path of his life. Four destinies that irradiate, moving from the same point, in four different directions of life...Musically speaking, this album represent a further step ahead in Carpani’s music production with more space for lyrics and vocals and less virtuoustic passages, with more atmospheric and contemporary rock moments compare to the previous works, even if Carpani’s symphonic songwriting is well recognizable, as well as his keyboards complex textures.The project involved all members of ACB: Ettore Salati on guitars, GB Giorgi on bass, Alessandro Di Caprio on drums and Joe Sal on additional vocals, plus David Jackson as special guest, and has been produced by Cristiano Roversi (Moongarden, John Wetton Band, Submarine Silence, CCLR). The album has been released by british label Festival Music, part of F2 Music Ltd."