Oct 27, 2011

Clipper - Folk/Indie/Rock, Italy (E94)

About: Clipper, cool folk rock band from Ancona

"Clipper was born in December 2006 and is an evolution of Arroyo, folk-rock band formed in 1996. Arroyo has recorded three albums: "Freddy Malins'(2001)," In The Nick Of Time "(2002) and" Old Fishmarket Close "(2005). The debut album of Clipper is "Make My Day", recorded in 2007 and the author of most of the songs, both in Clipper and in Arroyo, is Lorenzo Romagnoli. The only difference between the two bands is the "cure" of sound recordings of Clipper, more faithful to the vision of what is extemporaneous, the story of a dream while you are living it.The trend in rock and roll, then it is essential, but captured at its source, as it comes out from the songs of Hank Williams."

1). What is the best time of the day for you to compose your music?
Early afternoon, especially on a cloudy day.

2). If you could choose, in what country and in what century would you like to live?
Scotland, undoubtedly. Century? 19th, the late 19th, paved roads, for horses!

3). What is your favourite meal?
Mussels.

4). If you were a writer, what would be the main idea of your book and what would you name it?
I don't consider myself a writer, in book terms, but I wrote a short novel, and the title is "An Irish Tale" (it's about myself in 95).

5). You had a million dollars and only 24 hours to spend it, what would your actions be?
$ 900,000 to Turkey for the homless, a house and a new motorcycle with the rest.

Listen to: Clipper -Start Breathing




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8 comments:

  1. Great song! Rock on guys!!

    Philip (Cork, Ireland).

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  2. Hi guys! Cool!!! Anna (Italy)

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  3. This song puts me in a good mood.

    Pamela (N.Y.C.)

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  4. Bravi ragazzi, per fortuna in Italia si respira ancora un pò!

    Barbara (Ancona, Italy).

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  5. Good song. I'll try and get a copy of your CD.

    Scott (Pocatello, Idaho)

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  6. Bella, suonate mai a Bologna?

    Francesco.

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  7. That sounds great, cheered me up after a bad week!
    Mandy (Bideford, UK)

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