MP3 Louis Cannizzaro and John Kovarek - Do You Fall in Love Often
Here is a synergy of the writings of the artist Louis Cannizzaro and the sound design of John Kovarek. The words are selected from Louis'' first three books, ''Her Beauty Touches Everything,'' ''To My Sweetheart'' and ''Full of Grace''.
25 MP3 Songs in this album (33:56) !
Related styles: SPOKEN WORD: With Music, SPOKEN WORD: Poetry
The CD ''Do you fall in love often'' is a synergy of the writings of the artist Louis Cannizzaro and the music of John Kovarek, produced by John. The words are selected from Louis'' first three books, ''Her Beauty Touches Everything,'' ''To My Sweetheart'' and ''Full of Grace''. John thanks Louis for permission to use his inspiring work and suggests you discover more of Louis'' talents at his website https://www.tradebit.com
I met Lou on the set of a TV show - I was doing sound, he was in the prop/art department. Over time, he would introduce items to the crew, like coffee mugs with "the shopping list" painted on it, or t-shirts with great phrases. We found out more about his phrases when he came around with his first book, "I love my girlfriend". Two books later, I was sitting at his book reading/signing at Book Soup on the Sunset strip. He inspired me to gather my actor and singer friends, as well as neighbors, for the audio version of his books. I had a big enough talent pool to cast everyone according to how I interpreted Lou''s poems. The music and sound effects formed around the sequence of thoughts and the mood I felt. Everyone reading his books will imagine different things. This is how I imagined it. I hope you like it. John Kovarek
"john... did i tell you that i listened to your cd last week? anyways, loved it... i never got bored, it kept my attention the whole way through (i''ve listened to it twice now)...the piece with the low bluesy voice and blues guitar was my favorite passage on the cd... it totally rocks! when the blues beat starts... it sounds so fat and gutsy like you are really in a deep, down, smokey bar in Louisiana... then the man starts talkin'' and it''s all over... wow, what a voice... he could have said anything and it would have been perfect! i like how everything was interwoven... you took so many diverse soundbytes of so
many different styles of music and effects and interlaced them in a way where you would never have thought these two different voices could occupy the same space with any purpose other than reckless abandon... and there''s a little of that too but perfectly placed. there was even a slight space of silence after a line that i really enjoyed." ema roberts
Out of all the poetry CDs with musical accompaniment out there, this is certainly one of them. Jonas Brooker, Seattle