Out in the music world – Getting some reviews back on my new album releaseMany are from other countries -in which is super cool!

Independent Music Playlists *Unted Kingdom*(Song reviewed – Quiet Please) Hey, this is a cool track, reminds me of the B52s and Devo a little. The style is super warm and catchy in the melodies. . A great song, definitely one to get you moving.

ESCUTAI *Brazil*(song reviewed- She’s So Tall) Hello Aldo Thanks for sending us a track. It’s a fun one and lyrics are easy to sing-along too. We liked the production, it feels very classic-rock sometimes and that’s definitely the best part in this whole song.

Rock Zone *Italy*(song reviewed- She’s So Tall) This song has a classic 70’s sound

The Sound Lab *Unted Kingdom* (song reviewed- She’s So Tall) A good track that has sounds of both rock punk and a little bit ska too.

Aire alternativo Aire Latino 88.5 FM *Spain* (song reviewed- She’s So Tall) It is true that the song still needs some mixing work, however, it compensates very well for the shortcomings in that aspect with the harmonic, melodic and rhythmic structure. It is very catchy and makes you want to dance.

Unis Son *Unted Kingdom* (song reviewed- Quiet Please)Thank you for sending me ‘Quiet Please’ – I think it’s a cool one that will fit well in our playlist on SoundCloud Exploration Lane

Psychedelic Junkyard *Unted States* (song reviewed- She’s So Tall) Great energy in this track make it a cool listen

FelipeCurator on Playlist Push (song reviewed- She’s So Tall) Hello! First, congratulate you. Everything is great. The voice is amazing. The rhythm is balanced. Both elements (voice and rhythm) sound and sound perfect. I congratulate you and I recommend that you continue working like this

Rock A Palo *Argentina* (song reviewed- Quiet Please) Very interesting song, love those sounds, and the mix is wonderful. I can really see the kind of artist you are. You know how to complete your production to a hundred percent. So it was a pleasure to listen your music.

Yes-Memorial day means -it’s almost summer!

What better way to spend a lazy summer day than listening to a new song by me, Aldo Buzzi!

That’s right, I have a new single coming out on the first day of summer called, “LAZY SUMMER”.

Remember when you where a kid those summer days that seemed to last forever? The sun shining on your face, the smell of flowers everywhere, a warm gentle breeze, remember those days and those feelings, sounds and smells of a lazy summer day.

On June 20th 2021

Sit back, get a cool drink with your baby by your side, kick back and listen to

“LAZY SUMMER”!

Header photo by: Photo by Ankhesenamun on Unsplash – Flag Photo by Dan Parlante on Unsplash

Yup–took about 2 months to come, I purchased a Platform Output studio desk. I really needed the room as my old desk was too small and cluttered all the time. On my old desk, I did not have a slider to hold my keyboard and my roland drum machine and the MASCHINE Mikro. I was always having to stuff around when I wanted to use the keyboard (in which is basically all the time!). I’m still getting used to the set up and it will take me a few more week to set things up the way I will feel comfortable with and everything has it’s place.

I was introduced to Jimi back when I was working at Max’s Kansas City in New York City. My friend John Kessler was running the sound and production and ask me to work with him at the club. I became a kind of a fixture working most of the time on the off nights and filling in on the weekends. John was doing some work with Jimi or Zhivag’s (thats what I called him) playing with his band and doing some sound recordings. He was always up beat and fun always fooling around. Below is a picture of some of the people in his band -Jimi next to Lisa (the blond girl) and John in the far upper right hand of the photo, Vinnie the drummer right below Lisa. For the life of me I can’t remember the other people’s names.

I remember at that time he was mainly playing a Gibson Thunderbird guitar and would switch over to acoustic guitar. I got the picture below from the Facebook post Lisa posted. That’s the Gibson Firebird! In those days we all needed money so we did odd jobs on the side between gigs or working at the clubs- we had a Job in East Williston for this office to build out some new walls to separate the office space. Jimi would come all the way out from the city by train -thank god the train let off in the East Williston train station in which the office that we were working at literally was behind the train station. He would come bopping in smoking a cigarette and would do pretty much do nothing throughout the day. At one point we had to spackle and sand the walls down and we were all wearing face masks, at the end of the day Jimi was covered in spackle dust from head to toe except for the ring around his mouth and nose, time to go-Jimi just jump on the first train back to the city dust and all, what a sight!

The last gig I remember doing with him and his band was at My Fathers Place in Roslyn. We put on a big production with great stage lighting and Fog Machines. Pretty much that was the last I saw of him as in life people move on. Happen to be googling on the web and typed in his name and found that he had passed back in 2018. I figured to put down a few memories about Jimi as he was a talented good dude and it was a time stamp in my life, Great Memories!

Enjoy Fire with Fire by Jimi Zhivago

RIP Jimi Zhivago