There are many "nostalgics" in the rock music scene (but this can be applied to any art) thinking that the songs from old bands (like Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Sex Pistols, Judas Priest, Nirvana, Black Sabbath etc...) are the only best music that has ever been made, hating and rejecting everything that is new. This … Continue reading THE JIMI HENDRIX PARADOX.
I love quotes! Is amazing how in just few words a quote can express so much content. Is something that everyone can enjoy and appreciate. Is not a book that takes time to be read, is not difficult to understand (usually) and is very immediate and doesn't need of any instrument to be repeated but … Continue reading ROT OR BURN?
I discovered this poem while reading an amazing book called "A Man". a novel written by Oriana Fallaci chronicling her relationship with Alexandros Panagoulis, the attempted assassin of Greek dictator George Papadopoulos. In the book Oriana asks to Alexandros what means for him being "A Man" (intended not in a gender way but as a metaphor … Continue reading MY FAVOURITE POEM
I'm gonna share with you an anecdote that I find very interesting and I think can be related in many different situations of our lives. When I was in my twenties, while talking on how many hours a week I was practicing guitar, a friend told me a story about a famous musician, Billy Sheehan … Continue reading HOW MANY HOURS A WEEK DO YOU “PLAY”?