Please follow the link above to our BandCamp page to listen to my most recent track, ‘Mango Moon’ for free; it can also be downloaded for the small sum of 0.99EUR.
Track description: ” ‘Mango Moon’ began with a 1950s-esque chord progression on the ukulele and the desire to write a not-very-serious and far-away-from-the-cliched love song. Little by little, the track progressed to its current form. ”
Introducing the new and much-welcomed members of Saturn’s Quilt…
Ettore Ferretti: Guitar, ukulele;
Annalia Duranti: Percussion;
Federico Rossi: Double-bass, bass guitar.
My most recent work, ‘Fall in Love with Today’ (recorded on Monday the 20th of November at STS Studios, Tuscania), is now available for streaming and to download on BandCamp. Please follow the link below to listen to the track and thanks for the support.
‘Fall in Love with Today’
(‘Fall in Love with Today’ deals lyrically with the concept of appreciating and loving the present moment and how our time is a true and wonderful gift we can give to those we love. The verses metaphorically approach the notion of living in a world that is replete with distractions and ‘attachments’ – which are ultimately ephemeral and of lesser importance than peace and love. In other words, it’s pure flower-power.)
‘This Life I Borrow’
The above link will take you to our BandCamp site where you can find my two new tracks recorded on the 17th of October, 2017 at STS Recording Studio, Tuscania, Italy: ‘This Life I Borrow’ and ‘Wrapped up in Furs’ (recorded and mixed by Marco Strada).
The artwork for this project (see below) was created by Veronica Palaggi.
‘Scents are surer than sounds or sights / To make your heartstrings crack…’
On Monday, I’m heading back to the studio (STS, Tuscania, Lazio) to record a few (hopefully – if time permits) new tracks – ‘Wrapped up in Furs’, ‘You Seemed the World’ and ‘This Life I Borrow’.
For the moment, they will be all only acoustic guitar, ukulele and vocals – though we may add extra layers at a later date.
‘Angel with a Nose-ring’ Video
The above link will take you to our first video which was uploaded to YouTube on Friday. Thanks again to our friends Daniela, Elise and Elisa. Please ‘like’ the video if you enjoy it and comments are always welcomed. Thanks for the support.
‘Poetry comes from the highest happiness or the deepest sorrow.’
‘Those in power write the history, while those who suffer write the songs.’