The heart is always there
Hello everyone, I greet you with real gratitude and welcome the new members of this mailing list.
I am not on time for this appointment but I am writing to you with great pleasure and emotion.
While I meditate on new songs, I would like to tell you that in my past, besides music, there was a long and beautiful experience lived through scenographic installations: drawing, building, painting. This has always given me the opportunity to dream of my music even under the scenic aspect.
I'll be back to look at a photo of May 1995 with you. We were "The boys of Terminus" in TIME: concert with music by Pink Floyd. In addition to playing the rhythm guitar, I created this scenography made with the leftovers of non-colored jeans fabric that a local industry produces. I am not present in this photo because I was arranging the last things in a corner. With the spirit of a professional set designer, but without being one, I faced the idea of a possible future.
Then certain artistic stories get stuck, mine like many others, and the feeling of an unfinished artistic path remains. But as I say in the song Troppo Lento: “I instill a light that never goes out”.
Light also like you!
Today things have changed a lot and even a medium-sized concert can be solved easily scenically using a led wall connected to a computer.
I greet you for this time with the link of one of my songs: IL CUORE C'E' (You Tube) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRJyU52fNp4
hoping to be able to upload more things to Number One Music soon.
God protect you all.
A warm greeting