Siamo in un paesino pugliese a metà anni '70. La vita scorre ordinaria e monotona, a parte l'obbligatorio spettacolo in costume allestito ogni anno. Carlo ha sedici anni, partecipa alla messinscena e fa parte di un complesso rock che ha grandi ambizioni. Ma tutto cambia con l'arrivo di tre ragaze del Nord, di cui tutti si innamorano alla follia. Tradimenti, passioni improvvise, ripicche.
Indie Folk band Woods have announced a new album "Love is Love". It is the band's tenth full length and the follow-up to last year’s "City Sun Eater in the River of Light". "Love Is Love" was written and recorded in the two months after the election. The title track has been shared to the album which is out on April 21 on their own label Woodsist.
Chris Simpson, the man behind the band Magna Carta has been delighting lovers of music with his live performances and albums since 1969. Over the years, he has performed in over 60 countries, sold over 8,000,000 records worldwide, and has six gold and three silver albums to his band's name…
"When magic steps into the spotlight for the first time. . . it dazzles." So read the headline in an October 1980 full page ad in Billboard, announcing the introduction of 18 year old Angela Clemmons and her first single, a brilliant version of "Out Here On My Own," a song made popular that same year by Irene Cara in the movie Fame. Clemmons' voice was indeed dazzling: a bright soprano bearing similarities to the then-hot Deniece Williams, and with a beautiful tone. And while Clemmons had a brief moment of the kind of recognition promised in the ad, she's spent most of her career using her gift to help other artists dazzle.