Looks like we are shooting for a June 15th release date of

Aldo Buzzi – “This is My Life”

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What do you do when you reach 100 Blog Posts! For one thing you look towards the next 100 posts and how you can interest and spark creative thinking, writing and reading.

I started this website a few years back with the specific intention to promote my music, art and share interesting stories about my career in the arts and music. That’s how I got to 100 blog post’s sharing my talents for others to enjoy.

I have been working feverishly on my new album release for more than a year and i’m looking to share this labor of sound to the masses sometime in late spring, early summer. This album I have been exploring some new sounds, styles and techniques that I really like. This will be all me from beginning to end, except for one song in which my friend Kimo plays electric and acoustic guitar on. Right now i’m putting the finishing touches on the music and looking to start the album cover artwork design. I have some great idea’s (in which I think you will enjoy) for some video’s to go along with the release. I actually bought a new Hofner bass for 2 songs on the album to change up the bass sound from my old standby Fender Jazz Bass. A few of the songs I have incorporated some cool electronic midi instruments plus the small but versatile Maschina Mini MK3. This new album has many influences, some from my past similar to early Genesis and some that came right out of the early late 70’s, 80’s and 90’s Rock, New wave and Punk era’s. I played around with my vocals on many songs, although it’s still me through and through, but some nice twists and turns that will strike a fancy or two. 12 songs in all with only 2 full instrumentals, i’m excited about this release. I’m hoping to give you all a tease with a video short soon, but I can’t promise you when.

“This is My Life – I Welcome you too it”

Cover Photo by Mohammad Metri on Unsplash

     Everybody Live Free – It’s our own Liberty – Toast a Drink come with me                        It’s the future we see

               Sailing across the Ocean – Skipping onto the bay – See your arms are open               Fill me with your sway

                Everybody join in – Let the world sing out – That’s the way it must be                    Stand up and listen to me

             There’s no time to explain – The human race is insane – One voice to be heard        Yes all over the world

            Let your voices be heard – Let the world shout out – Be defiant and strong                 Be determined for all

            The revolution is Now – The revolution is How – The revolution is Here                         Stand UP and Listen Right Now!

On Spotify:   https://open.spotify.com/track/7eAs4DCOijLS9887RELZYq

To Purchase the complete album CD or for download go to:

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Cover photo by: Photo by Erik Lindgren on Unsplash
 

4:00 AM in morning as I am tossing and turning, My mind is racing like a Maserati on the open highway. Picture the landscape zooming by as the lines on the pavement become one as your speed increases.

What do you do when you can’t sleep?

You write poems, lyrics and songs.

This is a story about Sally -Do you really care?

Do you Dream when your Dead?

Does it matter when you are six feet under?

Cover Picture by
Photo by soheb zaidi on Unsplash

As I stated in my Happy New Year post – working on my 3rd album in the last 3 years in which I hope to have finished and released some time in late spring. It will be a 12 song album with some great songs (well, at least I think it will have great songs, hope you will to). I think you will find on this album a more polished and distinct sound that has developed over the past few years. I have started to think about the art work for the cover and a name for the album. I also have a bunch of idea’s for a few video’s that will co-inside with the release of the album. Started to work on the story boards for the video’s as the video’s are a lot harder for me to produce then the music itself. The visual’s have to be right and it’s difficult to get really the production I want as I have limited resources at my disposal.

So stay up to date with the progression of my new album.                                               In the meantime – keep checking in and enjoy my release from last year.

Listen to Eclectic Collaborations on Spotify

The Complete album “Eclectic Collaborations”

Ok that’s a headline and a half.

What the hell do I, Aldo Buzzi have to do with Jackson Pollack a famous Abstract Expressionist? Well, I must say not that much except I love his work and his art studio farm house on the east end of Long Island. His home happens to be about a 45 minute drive from my home. One more thing that many of you might not know, No, I am not the illegitimate son, grandson or great grandson of a fling Jackson might have had. No, I am not a long lost relative from a distant cousin from his fathers mothers side (although that might have made a interesting story). There is something on the album, Aldo Buzzi, Test Drive “RAW” that came from Jackson Pollack.

On one of my road trips to the Jackson Pollack/Lee Krasner house many years ago before the tourist barrage took the place over and now you have a hard time getting in or getting a tour of the place. My wife and I was enjoying a Saturday out and was in his back barn studio where he did most of his work. Years ago when they were renovating the studio barn there was these game board masonite tiles that covered the wood floor. During the renovation they had removed these tiles and lo and behold the wood floor exposed an unlikely master piece of Pollack that was undiscovered before. The splatter of his paintings covered the floor, and as in his paintings the floor came to life with color and motion. Taken back by the floor, I took some pictures of different area’s of the floor, that to me was like getting my own Jackson Pollack at a reasonable price, Free!!!. When I was working on the art design for the back cover of my album, I took one of those pictures and made it the back cover, background art of the album. It fit perfectly and added a nice touch to the album art.

Below is the picture and the back cover it was made into.

Enjoy the album Test Drive “RAW” on Spotify

The Complete Album – Aldo Buzzi- Test Drive “RAW”