Yes–It’s official as of today the exciting release of my 3rd album!

And here is the first single and video off the album

Sugar Boom!

AVAILABLE ON CDBABY, SPOTIFY, ITUNES, APPLE MUSIC, AMAZON, YOUTUBE MUSIC, IHEART RADIO AND MORE!
SONGS & ALBUM CD FOR DOWNLOAD GO TO:
  HTTPS://STORE.CDBABY.COM/CD/ALDOBUZZI

Thanks to all the photographers from Unsplash Mihai Stefan, David Len, Brook Lark, Terry Vlisidis, Annie Spratt, Holger Link, Snowy Vin, Shireah Ragner, Thomas Parks, Chris Barbalis, Andrew Worley, Stephany Loreana, Jan Zhukov, Micah Hallahan, Neven Kremarek, Craventure Media, Zachariah Hagy, Yuiza September

Go onto my Facebook page link below and click on the link it will bring you right to the video on my Facebook page  – enjoy the song and the video!

https://www.facebook.com/100019096121733/videos/173320343314502/?id=100019096121733 

“Soldiers of Death” 

 This is the only instrumental on the album

Here is a link below to CDbaby to purchase the download or th CD

https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/aldobuzzi2

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=aldo+buzzi+eclectic+collaboration

Cover photo by HolKapil Dubey@kapildubey

 “In My Dreams”

In My Dreams is the #10 on the Eclectic Collaborations Album. The video In My Dreams is a bit autobiographical, written with my wife in mind. Certain lines like, “Now it’s just the two of us” is about our children that are now grown up with lives of their own and we only have each other. The chorus is my admiration for my wife and our love together, how I will be true and always love you. The dichotomy of the song is the guitar lead that I wanted Kimo to come up with in which it is similar to Chris Isaak’s, “Wicked Game” lead guitar riff, as I just loved that guitar riff. In My Dreams is a melodic love song with smooth flowing music ending with the subtle rumbling of neon waves.

Cover photo by: Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash
Thanks to the Photographers at Unsplash
Jon Tyson, Frank McKenna, Everton Uila, Kaitlyn Baket, Lorenzo Di Cristina, Sabina Ciesielska, Toa Hefliba, Rmin Khatibi, Clem Onojeghuo, Josh Rockledge, Max Hofsetter, Zoe Holling, Chinh Le Duc, WmVan T Einde, Casey Lee, Ulses Baga,           Fssac Mehegan

 “In My Dreams”

In My Dreams is the #10 on the Eclectic Collaborations Album. The video In My Dreams is a bit autobiographical, written with my wife in mind. Certain lines like, “Now it’s just the two of us” is about our children that are now grown up with lives of their own and we only have each other. The chorus is my admiration for my wife and our love together, how I will be true and always love you. The dichotomy of the song is the guitar lead that I wanted Kimo to come up with in which it is similar to Chris Isaak’s, “Wicked Game” lead guitar riff, as I just loved that guitar riff. In My Dreams is a melodic love song with smooth flowing music ending with the subtle rumbling of neon waves.

Cover photo by: Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash
Thanks to the Photographers at Unsplash
Jon Tyson, Frank McKenna, Everton Uila, Kaitlyn Baket, Lorenzo Di Cristina, Sabina Ciesielska, Toa Hefliba, Rmin Khatibi, Clem Onojeghuo, Josh Rockledge, Max Hofsetter, Zoe Holling, Chinh Le Duc, WmVan T Einde, Casey Lee, Ulses Baga,           Fssac Mehegan

On a business trip to Chicago a few years back, I had a riff that was sticking in my head from the start of my trip. I was only going to be in Chicago for about 4 days. I’ll tell you something about the windy city, there are plenty of cool blues and jazz clubs that you have to go to, to immerse yourself in the flavor of the city. I was privileged and able to go to just 2 in my 4 day stay. The first one is called B.L.U.E.S., in which is a small club with a tiny intimate stage that packs them in nightly to hear some real great players. Lot’s of local musicians play there as well as some up and coming newbies – don’t miss that club. Another club I was able to check out was Rosa’s Lounge in which , I thought was blues at it’s best. There is so many other clubs I would liked to have visited–but alas 4 days and on a business trip, I just could not do it, as they say it, “there’s always next time”. Well back to the riff in my head. As said, the whole trip and my club hopping brought me around to thinking how I can tie this riff into a song. So with the riff in my head, I wanted to get back home to my studio to see what I could work out. Wait a second – if I have a riff, what about some lyric’s? My trip to Chicago was coming to an end and I summoned up an Uber on my Iphone to take me back to the airport and home. The Uber picked me up and we proceeded to drive through town and onto the freeway towards Midway airport. Then I saw it – First one billboard than another ” Pink Monkey” it was a strip club – I fell in love!!!!!  (not only with the strip club by the name Pink Monkey)19740099808_07bae95806

Now I got my inspiration mojo to start feverishly writing. I grabbed a pen and a piece of paper from my brief case and started to Pen the lyric’s – Ohh – The Pink Monkey – as I got to the plane it struck me from where my journey started and where I would end back to. New York to Chicago (and a layover in) Baltimore to get back to New York the words just flowed out as I sat in (BWI) Baltimore Airport waiting for my flight back to New York.

Please Enjoy 

“The Pink Monkey”

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On a business trip to Chicago a few years back, I had a riff that was sticking in my head from the start of my trip. I was only going to be in Chicago for about 4 days. I’ll tell you something about the windy city, there are plenty of cool blues and jazz clubs that you have to go to, to immerse yourself in the flavor of the city. I was privileged and able to go to just 2 in my 4 day stay. The first one is called B.L.U.E.S., in which is a small club with a tiny intimate stage that packs them in nightly to hear some real great players. Lot’s of local musicians play there as well as some up and coming newbies – don’t miss that club. Another club I was able to check out was Rosa’s Lounge in which , I thought was blues at it’s best. There is so many other clubs I would liked to have visited–but alas 4 days and on a business trip, I just could not do it, as they say it, “there’s always next time”. Well back to the riff in my head. As said, the whole trip and my club hopping brought me around to thinking how I can tie this riff into a song. So with the riff in my head, I wanted to get back home to my studio to see what I could work out. Wait a second – if I have a riff, what about some lyric’s? My trip to Chicago was coming to an end and I summoned up an Uber on my Iphone to take me back to the airport and home. The Uber picked me up and we proceeded to drive through town and onto the freeway towards Midway airport. Then I saw it – First one billboard than another ” Pink Monkey” it was a strip club – I fell in love!!!!!  (not only with the strip club by the name Pink Monkey)

Now I got my inspiration mojo to start feverishly writing. I grabbed a pen and a piece of paper from my brief case and started to Pen the lyric’s – Ohh – The Pink Monkey – as I got to the plane it struck me from where my journey started and where I would end back to. New York to Chicago (and a layover in) Baltimore to get back to New York the words just flowed out as I sat in (BWI) Baltimore Airport waiting for my flight back to New York.

Please Enjoy 

“The Pink Monkey”

The latest in a series of pictures that I have been posting over the past few months, morphing into a stop motion video with a sound track I recorded to enhance the balance of the world 🌎 in my head.

Enjoy a taste of imagination

Plink is an experimental instrumental song -specifically done to be for this stop motion video I put together. It was a spur of the moment idea of art and music coming together over the course of one evening. It took me a total of about 6 hours to create without a storyboard. Just a thought in my head and a recorded soundtrack to inspire creativity. All done on an Ipad, a string of pearls on the kitchen table with a green screen background.

Please Enjoy

PLINK

Plink is a music blip in the universe created with stop motion video