CRAZY AND DARING MUSIC MIX

This crazy and daring mix has made Cristian and his music well accepted not only by both the media and the public, but also by his industry colleagues.

BLESS THE BROKEN ROAD

.You live with part of every song, but I connect most with Fast Cars And Freedom. Because I was young, newly married. I just became a new dad. The story of that song was how I didn't know what was going on in life. I was a new artist and had just gotten married and just became a dad, so everything was new. It was like, "Wow, I'm an adult now! I sure want back to when it was just about fast cars.'"
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IS ´AFRO-AMERICANA ´ ILL-DEFINED?

even with the most eloquent of writers words fail and are read or heard not at all in the way they were spoken or written or intended.

ART CREATES ITS OWN SPACE

Sigrid´ ´s works were propped up against the wall or laid on desk tops but they stood up to be counted, too, and they shouted round corners. They created their own space. They made themselves seen and heard.
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Dexter and Maxine Gordon: SOPHISTICATED GIANTS

Maxne Gordon has ensured that ´the achingly painful, brutally honest voice´ of her late husband, Dexter, permeates the book´.
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OSCAR PETERSON: ´the man with four hands´.

Peterson was renowned for his remarkable speed and dexterity, meticulous and ornate technique, and dazzling, swinging style.

MY SON´S DAD´S MUSIC IS COOL AGAIN

Whether you hail from the innermost corner of one of America’s biggest metropolises or the same Appalachian foothills so eloquently described in the song, there’s just something undeniably comfortable about “Take Me Home, Country Roads.”
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MAKING DARKNESS LIGHT: The Lives And Times Of John Milton

William Blake claimed Milton was ‘of the Devil’s party without knowing it’.

LANZAROTE ENSEMBLE: sharing Mahler´s Jubilation

This was no raucus dance of jubilation, though: not a flag waving triumphalism. This was the jubilation, it seemed to me, of the satisfaction of survival and a new-found freedom to move forward. It was a jubilation that carried memories of those lost along the way.

ONE, TWO, - ONE, TWO, THREE FOUR

reminded us of how much the timple can add to contemporary, guitar-led pop music. The two that, for tonight, had become three gave us ninety minutes of catchy songs full of chorus and hooks, with brilliant guitar by Yoriell and some fantastic lead lines from the timple