I would like to join my poetry with some artwork and give a picture to my verses ... I chose one of my favorite painters, namely Maurice Autrillo. He was the son of the great painter Suzanne Valadon and He had from his life more than one bitterness so to dim the pain, like many of us, took refuge in the warmth of the bottle. To tell the truth, his addiction was caused initially by his grandmother who was frightened by seizure of his nephew and tried to calm his crisis using alcohol . This caused him serious problems all over his life. I begin today to tell his story combining it with some of his most beautiful paintings
I take this opportunity to congratulate myself with the "Pulzettian reader" Mark Shuster and his degree with honors and his thesis dedicated to me, "Ermenegildo Pulzetti und seine Geditche."
I hope that it bring you a lot of satisfaction ... I'm really honored.
I remind to all readers of South America the beautiful service on Channel 7 the next Saturday and also I post here the link of a recent interview with an Argentinian blogger interested in Italian music and culture (Soon It will be also translated into English)
The book that I present today tells about the life of one of the greatest icons of the last century, the Jamaican musician (term reductive for him) Bob Marley.
The peculiarity of this text is that rather than being a true biography is the story of the character ... mystical anecdotes, improbable stories and everything revolved around this incredible figure.
It 's interesting for the fan but also for the one who wants to learn more about what this man has represented for millions of people ...though I must premise that the truth of certain facts I don't think is verifiable.
Don't you expect a text that analyzes the personality of man but rather the story of a myth that embodies a lifetime.
A reading, however, essential for anyone who wants to get close to reggae music and its legends.