Serata molto gradevole e ad alta gradazione geomusicale. Grazie a Gabriele Bernabò e all’associazione Grow. Per il momento qualche video dai canali instagram degli organizzatori e una foto dell'”info point” JBCM.
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A virtual tour in the smallest print shop in Southern Tuscany, in Tatti, with Wolfgang Scheibe in between ink, carvings, and a dedicated tune. For information and ordering: www.tattistampa.com or email@example.com.
This was after an afternoon of rehearsal, just chilling out on the beach. Kudos to Paolo “Il Pilla” Brogi for the video. For information and booking: firstname.lastname@example.org or whatsapp +393317539228.
A blues debate between a resident in a rural area (e.g. Roccatederighi, Southern Tuscany), and a metropolitan area (e.g. Milan, Italy). The video has been produced in social distancing mode. Info+booking email@example.com
Making sense of the reference to crickets implies either a deep knowledge of places around Tatti, Southern Tuscany, where this video was shot, o sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
I been warped by the rain Driven by the snow I’m drunk and dirty, don’t you know And I’m still… willin’
And I was out on the road late at night I seen my pretty Alice in every headlight Alice, Dallas Alice
I’ve been from Tucson to Tucumcari Tehachapi to Tonapah Driven every kind of rig that’s ever been made Driven the back roads So I wouldn’t get weighed And if you give me weed, whites, and wine And you show me a sign I’ll be willin’… to be movin’
Well, I’ve been kicked by the wind Robbed by the sleet Had my head stoved in But I’m still on my feet And I’m still… willin’
I smuggled some smokes And folks from Mexico Baked by the sun Every time I go to Mexico And I’m still…
And I been from Tucson to Tucumcari Tehachapi to Tonapah Driven every kind of rig that’s ever been made Driven the back roads So I wouldn’t get weighed And if you give me weed, whites, and wine And you show me a sign I’ll be willin’… to be movin’
This contribution was created for the second day of our course on participatory methods for interdisciplinary protection and promotion of the night sky, held between March and April 2020 for the University of Brescia (more details here).
Inspired by a relatively famous ballad by a relatively famous Irish band, the song follows the story of this project started in 2008 in the Farma Valley, Southern Tuscany, for the protection and promotion of night sky quality, and leaves us with some outlook. Mauro T. ‘s duet with Liliana Cafiero (starring in the geojazz tune on Participatory Lithology, issued a few days ago) opens the floor to more collaborations among the entertainers active on this project, and potential new entries in the story.