May 1, 2019, in Roccatederighi (Southern Tuscany)
Covering The Etruschi from Lakota (which Dario and Simone are part of ) song on rural issues…. video by Scoopic /Eberhard Niethammer. This was on day three of our German mission.
This was recorded with a smartphone which is not really suited for night shooting, but with an acceptable audio (kudos to Eli Heights for his video support), at the Polo Bar in Punta Ala, Tuscany.
In the opening Jack O’Malley mentions a version with Italian subtitles, which is available here.
…with the intro to the “Skinny Farmer” song in the final part of the video. “The Sky is everybody’s” is a poem by Gianni Rodari, which became the lyrics for a song by Bobo Rondelli. It explaines quite well some aspects of BuioMetria Partecipativa
This video was shot on Apr. 28, during a geomusical performance hosted by Associazione Comunità di Punta Ala, which we thank.
[NOTE: this video has Italian subtitles. To turn them on, click on the “CC” icon you will see when you move the mouse over the video once it is playing]
During our Easter rehearsals, while SImone and his slide guitar were tossing and turning over a huge family lunch in Montecastelli Pisano, we had the visit of a delegation from Maryland and Pennsylvania (“friends of a friend” from Torniella), in addition to some your folks from Tatti.
In the American team, it turned out that Blaise is an ex drummer (now into congas). Replacing the drum brushes with two actual painting brushes from Wolfgang’s toolkit as drum sticks, we had the first video version of Livin’ Milano. This requires some adjustments, but is good enough for a casual Easter afternoon at home, and is cool for the audience feedback, 41 days from the departure for the Politecnico di Milano + Germania mission.
The song was written by Jack O’Malley around 1991. At the time he was studying air pollution monitoring in Politecnico, and one of the considerations he heard was that, by using the then new car retrofit technologies there was the possibility of having the same level of air pollution with a larger number of cars circulating. Interestingly, you can still hear similar logic presented today in some events on sustainability. The lyrics were recently edited to reflect new things happening.
This video was shot by the Stars4all European project team during a crowdfunding workshop which they held from Nov. 30 to Dec. 1, 2018, at the Madrid, Spain,European Business School (ESCP).
After an introductory day, each participant was asked to present a crowdfunding project dealing with awareness raising and promotion of night skies.
Andrea Giacomelli, in his role as Jack O’Malley, presentede the case of a buiomusical (musica + buiometria partecipativa) tour by the Jug Band Colline Metallifere in Milano, Italy, which may be easily adapted to other destinations.
At the time we did not yet know about the tour to Germany. At this point, the video is really handy to explain you may support our end-of-May mission.
We thank the Stars4all project for providing travel support for the participation to the Madrid workshop.
Here you see Etruschi from Lakota with the elements which shortly after launched the Metalliferous HIlls Jug Band (operating in fact since October 2017).
Recorded at Tana del Bianconiglio in the Sep. 27, 2018, “Country Session” with a super-group of nine, with Klaus der Geiger from Koln, Germany, on violin as our guest star.
Recorded at”La Tana del Bianconiglio” recording studio (Montecchio di Peccioli – PI) Riprese audio : Nicola Baronti Mix e mastering : Nicola Baronti Riprese video : Chiara Alessandri