Sunday Song Selection 52: great songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

Welcome to the fifty-second Sunday Song Selection presenting more great Songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali (songs taken from various albums)

Good Relations Save The Earth (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: CyberRock

True Politics #2 (by Michel Montecrossa); CyberRock / World Music

Fight For Your Love (by Mirakali); Genre: CyberRock

Future Love Dance (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: electro-acoustic version


 
Movie: Vikingmystery – movie and song ‘Vikingwedding’ by Mirakali

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Image above: Mirakali live on stage

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Music & Art Mix 22 – Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

PART 22 of the MUSIC & ART MIX series featuring songs, paintings, movies and photos by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

Michel Montecrossa’s CyberRock song ‘Joy & Future #2’

Mirakali’s Electronica Song ‘Morning In Your Eyes’

Michel Montecrossa’s painting ‘Seed In The Wind’

Photo by Mirakali – Light In The Wood

More songs and movies: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

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Song & Lyrics Spotlight: ‘Das Neue Männerbild’ by Michel Montecrossa

Song & Lyrics Spotlight: read the lyrics & listen to the song ‘Das Neue Männerbild’ by Michel Montecrossa

Michel Montecrossa Homepage: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

Das Neue Männerbild

Das Neue Männerbild
neuer Verlässlichkeit,
statt neuer Kaputtheit
als Obdachlosen Gespenst
an der Seite des
Victoria-Secret-Modells
ist Offen-Sein für Neues
und Veränderung zum Besten.

Die letzte Bastion
der freien Welt
im Zeitalter von
Polarisation und Populismus ist:
Gewohnheiten verändern,
jeden Gedanken leuchten lassen
an der Tür der Zelle –
ausbruchsbereit, gefährlich.

Das Neue Männerbild
neuer Offenheit
ist Millionen Leben reich,
sinnlich, unbesiegbar.
Ein Meteor ist es
mit jedem Atom erstrahlend
in herrlichem Glanz
des klaren und brausenden Lebens.

Kompromisslos suchend
wie ein Gefangener um Mitternacht,
der auf den Ausbruch lauert,
will das Neue Männerbild
die Kurve des Feuerlebens
höher brennen lassen,
um, durchglüht von Erfüllung,
unverzärtelt zu leben,
grenzenlose Selbsterschaffungskraft.

Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

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Image above: Michel Montecrossa live on stage

Music & Art Mix 21 – Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

PART 21 of the MUSIC & ART MIX series featuring songs, paintings, movies and photos by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

Michel Montecrossa’s CyberRock song ‘Peace For All’

Mirakali’s Electronica Song ‘Careless Like A Child’

Michel Montecrossa’s painting ‘Blue Car’

Description: ’Blue Car’, Mirapuri, 1988, acryl on canvas, 32,5×38 cm

Photo by Mirakali – Branch & Sky 2

More songs and movies: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

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Hot Tracks 101: Top Songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

Presenting this week the 101st blog post of the ‘Hot Tracks’ series with a selection of songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali.

Love For A Whole World (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: Electronica

Erotic Devotion (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: Electronica/Dance

Heavenly Experience (by Mirakali); Genre: Electronica

Flaming Hearts (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: CyberRock

Vikingfest (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: 21st Century Viking Song / CyberRock


 
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Download Michel Montecrossa’s albums on iTunes – choose from this selection:

https://michelmontecrossaliveblog.wordpress.com/michel-montecrossas-albums-on-itunes/

Image above: Mirakali live on stage at the Spirit of Woodstock Festival in Mirapuri, Italy – next year’s Festival takes playce from 25th – 29th July 2018 (www.SpiritOfWoodstockFest.com)

Music Worlds Monday 50 – Top Songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

Mirakali on Keyboard - Spirit of Woodstock Festival 2009

Welcome to Music Worlds Monday 50 – enjoy the start of this week with 4 great Songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

See more posts of the ‘Music Worlds Monday’ series of this blog: https://michelmontecrossaliveblog.wordpress.com/tag/music-worlds-monday/

Love Unites (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: CyberRock

Earthpower Trek; (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: CyberRock

For The Greatest Love (by Mirakali); Genre: Electronica

Sacred Island (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: CyberRock


 
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Image above: Michel Montecrossa & Mirakali live at the Spirit of Woodstock Festival in Mirapuri, Italy – next year’s Festival takes playce from 25th – 29th July 2018 (www.SpiritOfWoodstockFest.com)

Sunday Song Selection 51: great songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

Michel Montecrossa - SOW 2007 smiling

Welcome to the fifty-first Sunday Song Selection presenting more great Songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali (songs taken from various albums)

Cybershamana (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: CyberRock

Girly Hip Hip (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: Hip-Hop/CyberRock

Sehnsucht Der Liebe (by Mirakali); Genre: CyberRock

As If In Another World (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: CyberRock

Movie: Strong Love, Strong Life – movie and song by Mirakali

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Michel Montecrossa Homepage: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

Mirakali’s Homepage: www.Mirakali.net

Explore Michel Montecrossa’s art, music, movies, quotes and more on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Montecrossa

Image above: Mirakali & Michel Montecrossa live on stage during the Spirit of Woodstock Festival in Mirapuri, Italy – next year the Festival will take place from 25th – 29th July 2018 (www.SpiritOfWoodstockFest.com)

Music & Art Mix 20 – Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

PART 20 of the MUSIC & ART MIX series featuring songs, paintings, movies and photos by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

Michel Montecrossa’s CyberSchlager & Dance-Electronica Song ‘Schmusen & Lachen – Huggin’ & Kissin”

Mirakali’s Electronica Song ‘Love, Stars & Children’

Michel Montecrossa’s drawing ‘Can’t Believe It’

Description: ‘Can’t Believe It’, Mirapuri, 11th April 2014 ink, pencil, wax crayon on paper, 44 x 31,3 cm

Michel Montecrossa on his drawing ’Can’t Believe It’:
’Can’t Believe It’ is a deeply musical and poetic chalk and ink drawing of the beauty of life free from fear and danger. It is the image of the height of truth beyond death and decay, the victory of the reality-building dream and its magic of living love. It is the ultimate life-giving female principle coming with the unfathomable immediacy of a girl effortlessly replacing the smallness of logic with the splendors of soul and wonder. The melody of lines and delicate color felicity tells in one endless look all that thought can never fully measure. The strong fairy wood harbors the depth-conscious secrets in its green violet shades, echoed in the nearby lake of oblivion with its cryptic turquoise wave forms caressed by a bright-colored passing breeze touching the girl’s smooth face and weaving its whispering throng of sensual sweetness into the flow of her blond hair. The girl’s blue gaze looks at you and at the same time has a strong synaptic deep-brain connection to the intense purity of the city behind her. Embedded in a cosmic environment the whole scenery is simultaneously seen from within and from without as if seen with the eye of the supra natural planet above the mountain silhouette. The eye of the girl and the planet in fact become one in the vision of the eye of the observer through the immaculate play of the drawing’s color hues which majestically is centered in the white futuristic expanses fusing the girl with the totality of the scene into the four-dimensional status of ’Can’t Believe It’.

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Photo by Mirakali – Winter Blue

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Hot Tracks 100: Top Songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

This week is the 100th blog post of the ‘Hot Tracks’ series. To celebrate this with you I put together a selection of very rare songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali, among them Michel Montecrossa’s version of the Elvis Presley song ‘The Wonder Of You’.

We Play The Shit We Like – We Play The Shit We Love (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: Dance-Electronica

Come Back For More (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: CyberRock

Way To The Well (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: CyberRock

Vikingwedding (by Mirakali); Genre: 21st Century Viking Song

Dreams In The Sky (by Mirakali); Genre: Electronica

Flaming Hearts (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: CyberRock

The Wonder Of You (Michel Montecrossa sings Elvis Presley – The King); Genre: CyberRock


 
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More songs and movies: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

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Download Michel Montecrossa’s albums on iTunes – choose from this selection:

https://michelmontecrossaliveblog.wordpress.com/michel-montecrossas-albums-on-itunes/

Image above: Michel Montecrossa

Michel Montecrossa’s movies: the 21st Century Overground Musical ‘Living The Experience’

Cyberrocker Michel Montecrossa’s 21st Century Overground Musical ‘Living The Experience’

‘Living The Experience’ is Cyberrocker Michel Montecrossa’s fascinating 21st Century Overground Musical.

It is the stunning Free Cinema expression of Non-Conformity, Creative Abundance and Joy.

‘Living The Experience’ is the musical story of the triumph of Love and Beauty over dehumanizing massimprisonment in illusions and unconsiousness.

Listen to Michel Montecrossa’s CyberRock song ‘Weatherman’ from the movie ‘Living The Experience’


 
Starring:
Mirakali, Michel Montecrossa, many Souls at Cannes, Peking, Munich and Mirapuri
Special Guests:
Mirachandra, Fred Holt, Alma Arkansas, Rita Mayer, Siegfried Bärenholz, Clint Eastwood, Nina Montana, Padma, one Astronaut, Navaprema, Birds, one Rocket
Camera:
Michel Montecrossa, Amanda Draupadi, Rosalinde von Falkenstein, Wilhelm Kaiser
Script:
Michel Montecrossa based on vedic hymns translated by Sri Aurobindo and words of Mira Alfassa – The Mother from her Entretiens 1956
Editing and Special Effects:
Michel Montecrossa, Johannes Blaubart, Michael Oslow
Music:
Michel Montecrossa and the Mira Sound Orchestra
The following songs and instrumentals are presented in the Film:
Weatherman, Crumbling, Wait A Minute, Bygone Times, Better Do Not Remember, So Cold, Great Men, Next Turn, Out Of It, Please, As I’m Rolling Past A Tiny House, We Are Free, Glaubst Du Wirklich, Kommt Wieder Ihr Menschen, Die Ahnung Der Zeiten, Le Chemin Perfait (Instr.), Natural Queen , Meditation (Instr.)
Final Mix:
Mike Man

Living The Experience

Michel Montecrossa about ‘Living The Experience’:
“‘Living The Experience’ is visualized as a 21st century Space-Age-Viking-Style-Saga. It is an Overground Musical, meaning the futuristic way of expressing the same meaning as did the mystic chants of the Heroic Age.
The title-sequence leads into a wide virgin snowfield. The heroes of the movie, the artist and his muse, playfully cross the untouched snow, symbolizing the ancient Utgard, the homeland of the Old Gods or Icegods, the archetypal powers of the Subconscious.
The artist and the muse are coming from the Soulworld or Asgard, moving towards the horizon, symbolizing the ancient Midgard, the Middle Region, where the human beings live.
The entire sequence is the image of the meaning of ‘Living The Experience’, namely to discover the timeless Threads of Destiny, the Norns, hidden in the depths of the Subconscious, and by the art of life to weave them into a living and everchanging image of time and space which grows into the house for the immortal Soul.
This is the destiny of the artist which he can only fulfill with the help of his muse, the Creatress of dreams and their magic.
The scene is the prevision of the essence and inner centre of the coming unfoldment of the story, an orphic story of Change of Consciousness of which the artist sings in his opening songs ‘Weatherman’, ‘Crumbling’ and ‘Wait A Minute’.

Now comes the main title scene which represents the entry gate to the human world. This scene is created as a Silent-Movie-Style-Action gradually reversing the audience-situation of watching into a new dimension of being watched, mocked at and photographed by photonic beings from the movie.
Thus the spectator enters the world of ‘Living The Experience’ together with the artist searching for his muse hidden somewhere in the mysterious net of World-Energies, the Walgrind, of ancient times.

The opening sequence leads to the ‘Prologue’ showing the muse wondering through a world of imaginations, symbols, illusory appearances and soulless memories in search of the artist who alone can give new life and meaning to these disconnected fragments of Creative Imagination.
As if coming from the other shore of reality she hears the yearning and the anguish of the artist in the song ‘Bygone Times’. She follows the sound of the haunting tune through the images of dreams, searching for the portals to reality, to find there the artist.

PART I & II:
The artist is looking for his muse in the many conflicting desires and illusions of the human beings to which they surrender in order to avoid living through their true identity, but he cannot find her in this Endzeit scenarios, the Ragnarök of the ancients, the Apocalypse.
More and more the bizarre francy of this possessive world tries to entangle the artist, but he sticks to his search and turns to nature and her strength to clear his mind.
He tells of his quest through the songs: ‘Better Do Not Remember’, ‘So Cold’, ‘Great Men’, ‘Next Turn’, ‘Out Of It’, ‘Please’.
Finally the maddening impact of no directions is exhausted when the artist understands that it is only love that can attract the muse and he suddenly is with her for the first time as a naked beauty and sings of this experience in the song ‘As I’m Rolling Past A Tiny House’.
He understands the experience to be the Primary Inspiration given by her to see all with the eyes of love and thereby to gain Wisdom, Wide Compassion and Generosity.
As a result he begins to see behind all fleeting frontal appearances the Eternal Presence of Consciousness, Love and Joy. He sees the images of life and the world like letters of a Poem of Revelation, represented in the movie through words from Vedic Hymns superimposed on the flow of scenes.
Throughout this change of perception and understanding the artist reflects the experience in his songs: ‘We Are Free’, ‘Glaubst Du Wirklich? (Do You Really Believe?)’, ‘Kommt Wieder Ihr Menschen (Come Again All Ye Men)’ and ‘Die Ahnung Der Zeiten (The Hunch Of Ages)’.

PART III:
Now comes the reversal of consciousness, the New World following the Ragnarök, where the inner creates the outer, where the apparent is seen from the essential, where the relative exists through the infinite, and it is now that the artist finds the muse.
A transformation takes place, a soul-fusion of artist with muse leading to the borderless embodiment of Love, expressed in ‘Living The Experience’ through a symphony of scenes and orchestral music and the profound flair of Insight, Harmony and Beauty: a Cosmic Building created by sound and light, the Walhallaof the ancients, the City of God of the future where Soul and Nature, Spirit and Matter are one.
The artist here does not sing with words but with pure sound of the union with his muse. And the secret of this finding is echoed in the chantlike message of the french mystic Mira Alfassa ‘Le Chemin Perfait – The Perfect Way’, which is also the title of the symphonic parts of ‘Living The Experience’.

PART IV & ENDTITLES:
Finally the circle of ‘Living The Experience’ is completed in the birth of a new child, the revelation of the ever renewed Mystery of Life, which is also the mystery of the muse of which the artist tells with his song ‘Natural Queen’.
This song leads into the Timeless Centre of the circle expressed through the endtitle sequence: the Sea of Eternity and its Music which is always perfect by being the Experience of Consciousness and Joy in Love and Beauty.”

Image above: still from the movie ‘Living The Experience’