Sunday Song Selection 113: great songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

Presenting  Sunday Song Selection 113 – more brilliant songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali (songs taken from various albums)

Ways Of Change (acoustic New-Topical-Song by Michel Montecrossa)

Miss The Mississippi And You (Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers/Bob Dylan)

Peace For Our World (Electronica by Mirakali)

Sweet Kiss (Cyberrock / world music by Michel Montecrossa)

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Image above: Michel Montecrossa & Mirakali at the Spirit of Woodstock Festival in Mirapuri, Italy (www.SpiritOfWoodstockFest.com), this year the Festival takes place from 31st July to 4th August 2019.

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Cyberrock & Electronica Saturday, part 113

It’s the hundred-thirteenth Cyberrock & Electronica Saturday: enjoy this selection of songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali from various albums

Cyberhandy Baby (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: Dance-Electronica

Earthpower Trek (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: Cyberrock / World Music

Lovers Forever (by Mirakali); Genre: Cyberrock / World Music

Miss The Mississippi And You (Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers / Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan); Genre: New Country

Movie: Michel Montecrossa’s Zukunftsmusik Concert – preview with selected songs dedicated to 2012

Michel Montecrossa on facebook: www.facebook.com/michel.montecrossa

Michel Montecrossa Homepage: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

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

Mirakali’s Homepage: www.Mirakali.net

Image above: Album Cover of Michel Montecrossa ‘Future Vision’ Concert

Friday Tunes 111: Top Songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali (& Bonus Movie)

Michel & Mirakali in New York; 1

Here we go: part 111 of the Friday Tunes featuring a selection of Top Songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali taken from various albums.

I Picture Myself (by Michel Montecrossa), Genre: electro-acoustic version

Fo The Greatest Love (by Mirakali), Genre: Electronica

Let Me Be With You Tonight (by Michel Montecrossa), Genre: New Country

Dreamin’ With Tears In My Eyes (Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers), Genre: Cyberrock / Country

Movie: A Song – appealing to the conscience of the leaders of Iran, Russia, Israel and America not to lose sight of the people

Michel Montecrossa about ‘A Song’ (from his Slam Poetry Earth and Peace Musical ‘The Invisible Wall’):
“There are millions and billions of children, mothers and fathers living on planet earth. They don’t need wars to prove something and they don’t need politos who don’t know how to live properly and are badly in need of a conscience.
‘A Song’ is a passionately non-propagandistic appeal to the conscience of the leaders of Iran, Russia, Israel and America not to lose sight of the people and not to send millions and billions of children, mothers and fathers to death.
‘A Song’ sees the world as the world of the people who know how to live and not as the world of a few dangerously old politos who are out of touch with reality.”

More songs and movies: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

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

Mirakali’s Homepage: www.Mirakali.net

Image above: Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali in New York

Friday Tunes 76: Top Songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali

Here we go: part 76 of Friday Tunes featuring a selection of Top Songs by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali taken from various albums.

Eatin’ And Drinking With You (by Michel Montecrossa) Genre: CyberRock

Odin’s Daughter (by Michel Montecrossa); Genre: CyberRock / 21st Century Viking Song

The Kiss Of Cyberdreams (by Mirakali); Genre: Electronica

Miss The Mississippi And You (Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers); Genre: Country

More songs and movies: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

Movie: Sunset Ride – from Mirakali’s Movie ‘Touched by the Magic of Love’; Lyrics, music & movie by Mirakali

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

Mirakali’s Homepage: www.Mirakali.net

Image above: Michel Montecrossa in between at the Spirit of Woodstock Festival in Mirapuri (Italy), this year the Festival will take place from 25th – 29th July 2018 (www.SpiritOfWoodstockFest.com)

Sounds on Thursday 6: Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers

Album: Country Roots – Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers

Continuing the Sounds on Thursday blog post series with a song selection from Michel Montecrossa’s album ‘Country Roots’ – Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers and related artists

The Mira Sound Germany Audio-CD ‘Country Roots’ – Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Roders and related Artists features 10 Jimmie Rodgers songs including ‘My Blue Eyed Jane’, ‘Dreaming With Tears In My Eyes’ and ‘Jimmie The Kid’ as well as songs of related artists: Michel Montecrossa will be presented with the songs: ‘Lonesome’, ‘Another Lonesome Cowboy’, ‘Littel Bit Of Lovin” and ‘When I Hold You In My Arms’ and Bob Dylan with the songs ‘Dignity’ and ‘Lay Lady Lay’. In addition there are three treasures of Stan Jones, Lonnie Donegan and Robert Johnson: ‘Ghost Riders In The Sky’, ‘Does Your Chewing Gum Loose Its Flavor On The Bedpost Over Night’, and ‘Come On In My Kitchen’.

‘My Blue Eyed Jane’ – Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers

 
‘Dreamin’ With Tears In My Eyes’ – Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers

 
‘Dignity’ – Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan

 
Michel Montecrossa Homepage: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

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You can download the album from iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/bn/album/michel-montecrossa-sings-jimmie/id4616893

Michel Montecrossa’s song-collection ‘Country Roots’ is about Jimmie Rodgers the ‘Singing Brakeman and Blue Yodeler’ and ‘Father of Country Music’, as he was called later, and some of the artists who are part of the great stream of music’s mystery Jimmie set free, like Bob Dylan and his Visionary Music, Cowboy Songwriter Stan Jones, Skiffle Man Lonnie Donegan, CyberRocker Michel Montecrossa and Jimmie Rodgers’ contemporary, the Blues-Legend Robert Johnson. Michel Montecrossa presents them all in his own essential style singing from the heart of their individuality. It is the direct, unlimited realness of 10 of Jimmie Rodgers’ songs that forms the core of Michel Montecrossa’s ‘Country Roots’.

The Jimmie Rodgers songs are: ‘Jimmie The Kid’, an autobiographical song reflecting Jimmie Rodgers’ way up from water carrier to brakeman when he followed his father into the Mobile and Ohio Railway, enjoying traveling the country, hearing the music of different areas, observing the social conditions and making his way to the top. ‘Any Old Time’ is one of the many songs delivering Jimmie’s message, as Bob Dylan says “like nectar that can drill through steel”. ‘Prairie Lullaby’ in its tenderness is as charming as is the playful and joyfully dynamic ‘Pistol Packin’ Papa’ or the direct talking ‘Looking for a New Mama’. ‘Frankie and Johnny’ is a well known folk song Jimmie Rodgers too performed in his unique way. Michel Montecrossa presents it as ‘Frankie and Johnny Alive’ giving the story of loss and finding a special turn. ‘I’m Lonesome Too’, the heartbreaking ‘Dreamin’ With Tears in My Eyes’ and the yearning ‘My Blue Eyed Jane’ as well as the scary ‘Gamblin’ Bar Room Blues’ are four more masterpieces of Jimmie Rodgers’ genius and power to “get into the mystery of life and death without saying too much”, as Bob Dylan puts it. Jimmie Rodgers has been, is and will always be a force of inspiration for unnumbered musicians through his living individuality, his seriousness, his humor and his Blue Yodel Trademark because he is, as in the Warren Smith ballad, the man who “… held your hand and sang you a song.”

Songs by other artists:

The Bob Dylan song ‘Dignity’ was chosen by Michel Montecrossa as the opening track. “It reflects the quest of Jimmie Rodgers’ life”, says Michel Montecrossa, “as much as it reflects the meaning of every true life sensing and looking for the inmost reality. It is thus a fitting prologue to Jimmie’s songs. In the same way is Bob Dylan’s ‘Lay Lady Lay’ a salute to Jimmie’s art of giving the message between the lines, ‘like the smell of flowers’ as Bob says.”

‘Ghost Riders in the Sky’ the cowboy-myth by Stan Jones, the hilarious Lonnie Donegan skiffle song ‘Does Your Chewing-Gum Loose Its Flavor on the Bedpost over Night’ and the profound Robert Johnson blues ‘Come On In My Kitchen’ are included by Michel Montecrossa “as three examples of artists and songs of different times and backgrounds who share that stream of expressiveness which you can’t kill by defining it, because it will overflow every circle you draw around it.
It’s the same energy that Jimmie Rodgers knew.” The bitter-sweet ‘Lonesome’, the 12string blues ‘Another Lonesome Cowboy’, the heartfelt ‘Little Bit of Lovin” and the intense ‘When I Hold You in My Arms’ are Michel Montecrossa’s own contributions.

He says: “They are sap of the roots. They are from the place where I can easily see Jimmie Rodgers. And I see him as the root and most precious flower of country music because he embodied that rare soul-power which by its innocence brings new light. Jimmie Rodgers had that innocence and his music and personality radiate it: touching and naked.”

Due to tuberculosis his life was short, beginning in poverty but it was crowned for a few quickly fading years by an immensely creative career. Born on 8th September 1897 in Pine Springs, Mississippi as the son of a railway foreman he made his way through as brakeman with little to loose and all to win. In 1924 he turned to songwriting and performing. In 1927 his music rose to popularity and from then on he bravely fought the battle against death with one song after the other, right to the end. His body died on 26th May 1933 in a New York hotel while working on his last recording. But his soul is ever present in his music with the freshness of self-renewing life, the simple mystery.

– Michel Montecrossa & Mira Sound Gemany 2001

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Hot Tracks 44: Cyberrock & Electronica Song selection (including songs from the ‘Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2009)

This week’s Hot Tracks features a CyberRock & Dance-Electronica song selection by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali – it also includes the following 3 songs from Michel Montecrossa’s ‘Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2009’ album:’The French Girl’ by Bob Dylan, ‘Bizzness Ain’t Dead’ by Woody Guthrie and ‘Miss The Mississippi And You’ by Jimmie Rodgers

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Sunlight Dance

Eatin’ And Drinking Together With You

Dreams In The Sky (by Mirakali)

The French Girl (Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan)

Bizzness Ain’t Dead (Michel Montecrossa sings Woody Guthrie)

Miss The Mississippi And You (Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers)

 
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Mirakali Homepage: www.Mirakali.net

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Michel Montecrossa’s Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2015 on Audio-CD, DVD and as Download

Michel Montecrossa’s Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2015 is released by Mira Sound Germany on Audio-CD, DVD and as Download.
Michel Montecrossa’s Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2015 which was recorded live on Tuesday 28th July 2015 during the Spirit of Woodstock Festival in Mirapuri, begins with Michel Montecrossa’s straightforward ‘We Play The Shit We Like – We Play The Shit We Love’, followed by the Bob Dylan songs ‘Beyond Here Lies Nothin’’, ‘This Dream Of You’, ‘4th Time Around’ and Michel Montecrossa’s ‘What You Wanna Do, Do It Now’. Jimmie Rodgers, the Father of Country Music, is one of the artists covered by Bob Dylan and Michel Montecrossa therefore sings Jimmie Rodgers’ ‘I‘m Lonesome Too’. The Michel Montecrossa original ‘God Is A Girl’ leads to Bob Dylan’s ‘Silent Weekend’. Michel Montecrossa then goes on with his ‘She’s The Great Morning, The Wonderful Day’. The Bob Dylan song ‘I’m Your Teenage Prayer’ connects to Michel Montecrossa’s 21st century style ‘Teen’. The finale are the traditional ‘900 Miles From My Home’ as arranged by Bob Dylan and ‘I’m A Fool To Want You’, one of the Frank Sinatra songs which Bob Dylan also performed.

We Play The Shit We Like – We Play The Shit We Love

Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ (Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan)

This Dream Of You (Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan)

4th Time Around (Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan)

What You Wanna Do, Do It Now

The Songs (Click the song title to read the Michel Montecrossa lyrics. For the Bob Dylan lyrics go towww.BobDylan.com):

  1. We Play The Shit We Like – We Play The Shit We Love
  2. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’
  3. This Dream Of You
  4. 4th Time Around
  5. What You Wanna Do, Do It Now
  6. I’m Lonesome Too
  7. God Is A Girl
  8. Silent Weekend
  9. She’s The Great Morning, The Wonderful Day
  10. I’m Your Teenage Prayer
  11. Teen
  12. 900 Miles From My Home
  13. I‘m A Fool To Want You

More about Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan:www.Michel-BobDylan.com

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Michel Montecrossa’s Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2015 on Audio-CD, DVD and as Download

Michel Montecrossa says about his Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2015:
“My Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2015 is made of songs that have learned not to ask questions while breaking into the wonder-garden of love’s romantic relations. The songs I sing say something good about human nature even if this nature can’t get off sexually unless she knows that she is betraying the object of her desire.
They are slender songs, they are fluid, their age is difficult to guess, they are stateless satellites, some are blond and some are soft-voiced, but all are fragments of a glass-walled gift shop longing for your smile.

Such songs themselves smile without showing their teeth, highlighting a girl’s small hard breasts while smelling like:
We Play The Shit We Like – We Play The Shit We Love • Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ • This Dream Of You • 4th Time Around • What You Wanna Do, Do It Now • I‘m Lonesome Too • God Is A Girl • Silent Weekend • She’s The Great Morning, The Wonderful Day • I’m Your Teenage Prayer • Teen • 900 Miles From My Home • I’m A Fool To Want You.”

Michel Montecrossa Homepage: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

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Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers – Country Roots

Album: Country Roots – Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers

 

The Mira Sound Germany Audio-CD ‘Country Roots’ – Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Roders and related Artists features 10 Jimmie Rodgers songs including ‘My Blue Eyed Jane’, ‘Dreaming With Tears In My Eyes’ and ‘Jimmie The Kid’ as well as songs of related artists: Michel Montecrossa will be presented with the songs: ‘Lonesome’, ‘Another Lonesome Cowboy’, ‘Littel Bit Of Lovin” and ‘When I Hold You In My Arms’ and Bob Dylan with the songs ‘Dignity’ and ‘Lay Lady Lay’. In addition there are three treasures of Stan Jones, Lonnie Donegan and Robert Johnson: ‘Ghost Riders In The Sky’, ‘Does Your Chewing Gum Loose Its Flavor On The Bedpost Over Night’, and ‘Come On In My Kitchen’.

‘My Blue Eyed Jane’ – Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers

 
‘Dreamin’ With Tears In My Eyes’ – Michel Montecrossa sings Jimmie Rodgers

 
‘Dignity’ – Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan

 
Michel Montecrossa’s song-collection ‘Country Roots’ is about Jimmie Rodgers the ‘Singing Brakeman and Blue Yodeler’ and ‘Father of Country Music’, as he was called later, and some of the artists who are part of the great stream of music’s mystery Jimmie set free, like Bob Dylan and his Visionary Music, Cowboy Songwriter Stan Jones, Skiffle Man Lonnie Donegan, CyberRocker Michel Montecrossa and Jimmie Rodgers’ contemporary, the Blues-Legend Robert Johnson. Michel Montecrossa presents them all in his own essential style singing from the heart of their individuality. It is the direct, unlimited realness of 10 of Jimmie Rodgers’ songs that forms the core of Michel Montecrossa’s ‘Country Roots’.

The Jimmie Rodgers songs are: ‘Jimmie The Kid’, an autobiographical song reflecting Jimmie Rodgers’ way up from water carrier to brakeman when he followed his father into the Mobile and Ohio Railway, enjoying traveling the country, hearing the music of different areas, observing the social conditions and making his way to the top. ‘Any Old Time’ is one of the many songs delivering Jimmie’s message, as Bob Dylan says “like nectar that can drill through steel”. ‘Prairie Lullaby’ in its tenderness is as charming as is the playful and joyfully dynamic ‘Pistol Packin’ Papa’ or the direct talking ‘Looking for a New Mama’. ‘Frankie and Johnny’ is a well known folk song Jimmie Rodgers too performed in his unique way. Michel Montecrossa presents it as ‘Frankie and Johnny Alive’ giving the story of loss and finding a special turn. ‘I’m Lonesome Too’, the heartbreaking ‘Dreamin’ With Tears in My Eyes’ and the yearning ‘My Blue Eyed Jane’ as well as the scary ‘Gamblin’ Bar Room Blues’ are four more masterpieces of Jimmie Rodgers’ genius and power to “get into the mystery of life and death without saying too much”, as Bob Dylan puts it. Jimmie Rodgers has been, is and will always be a force of inspiration for unnumbered musicians through his living individuality, his seriousness, his humor and his Blue Yodel Trademark because he is, as in the Warren Smith ballad, the man who “… held your hand and sang you a song.”

Songs by other artists:

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New release: Michel Montecrossa’s ‘Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2009’

Michel Montecrossa’s Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2009

6 CD-Box with 4 Concert Audio-CDs & 2 Movie DVDs and
6 DVD-Box with 4 Concert DVDs and 2 Movie-DVDs

Michel Montecrossa's Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2009

Michel Montecrossa‘s Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2009’ released by Mira Sound Germany as Box Sets including 4 Concert Audio-CDs and 2 Movie DVDs or alternatively 4 Concert DVDs and 2 Movie DVDs, feature 66 Michel Montecrossa songs, 19 Bob Dylan songs and songs covered by Bob Dylan as well as the Movie DVDs ‘Michel Montecrossa Unplugged At The Carlton Hotel, New York, 12.2.1994’ and ‘The Resurrection Movie’, Michel Montecrossa’s great Peace & Climate Change Musical.
The song-tracks of the Michel & Bob Dylan concert include powerful topical songs by Michel Montecrossa like the title song ‘Sunlight Dance‘ and the powerful ‘Adults Are Idiots‘, ‘Eatin’ And Drinking Together With You‘ and ‘Living On A Planet‘.
The Bob Dylan songs performed by Michel Montecrossa include Bob Dylan originals as well as traditionals and songs by other artists which Bob Dylan sings in his concerts like ‘Diamond Joe‘, ‘Marchin’ To The City‘, ‘Red River Shore‘ and ‘The French Girl‘. Special highlights are Woody Guthrie’s ‘Bizzness Ain’t Dead‘ and ‘I Can See A New Day‘ by Las Rice, a singer-songwriter comrade from Bob Dylan’s early days. Another gem is ‘Miss The Mississippi And You‘, performed by Michel Montecrossa in the original Jimmie Rodgers style.
Michel Montecrossa about the Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2009: “Sunlight gives health and joy and makes us dance. Turn to the light and you will feel the one. Turn to the dark and you’ll lose your heart.”

The 2 Movie DVDs present Michel Montecrossa’s free cinema masterpieces ‘Michel Montecrossa Unplugged At The Carlton Hotel, New York, 12.2.1994’ and ‘The Resurrection Movie’.

MICHEL MONTECROSSA UNPLUGGED AT THE CARLTON HOTEL, NEW YORK, 12.2.1994
“We were in New York”, tells Michel Montecrossa, “for the shooting of sequences for the ‘Reality Rocker’ Movie-Series. It was the intense experience of a flood of inspiration and creative energy condensed into a week or so of thrillingly poetic cinema work. We all were rocker, writer, musician, actor, movie maker, director and producer in one person, constantly changing inner and outer perspectives.
In the middle of this great experience new songs poured in. Parallel to the ongoing movie-action they mirrored the immense poetic feel that welled up from within during the interludes between shooting periods.
The songs came speedy with great directness, insight, drive, tenderness, power and delicacy. They were the fluid mirror through which you could go and touch the unexpected, the centering, the well of inspiration for a new day and new intensities that flowed into the movie making.
On 12th February I played all these songs in one take just before shooting of the Reality Rocker movie continued.”

THE RESURRECTION MOVIE – MICHEL MONTECROSSA’S PEACE & CLIMATE CHANGE MUSICAL
“The Resurrection Movie”, says Michel Montecrossa, “is a continuous awareness enhancing stream of multilayered messages telling the story simultaneously in a poetic, picturesque and musical way. It is presenting a new level of my ongoing creation of Fullstream Cinema-Art.”
‘The Resurrection Movie’ tells the mythic love story of cyberrocker-astronaut Starlight and Earthpower. In a world that became one global mega city system, Starlight and Earthpower embody the unexpected and unforeseen that change everything. Into the holocaust of unending wars fought by an abysmal society, split between gangstas and rockers and led by a central processor regent (CPR), they bring the victory of humanity. An epic movie of music, love and passion for freedom. A celebration of deep-brain lovemakin’, a grail of demechanization, a revelation of soul and body overcoming terror and impotence. A surreal and ultimately real world where death-fear and libido change into love and life. A musical vérité of courage and love, profound emotions, passion and mystery. Michel Montecrossa is cyberrocker-astronaut Starlight. Mirakali is Earthpower.
‘The Resurrection Movie’: Power of Art. Power of Cinema. Power of Music. Power of Consciousness.

Disc One (Concert Audio-CD / DVD):Sunlight Dance (What Else Is There To Do?)‘, ‘Diamond Joe‘, ‘Unity Is Cool’, ‘Can’t Escape From You’, ‘Good Relations Save The Earth’, ‘Dreamin’ Of You’, ‘Powerhouse Of Consciousness’, ‘Kickin’ My Dog Around’, ‘Adults Are Idiots‘, ‘Marchin’ To The City

Disc Two (Concert Audio-CD / DVD): ‘Life Without Walls (Your Friendly Home)’, ’32-20 Blues’, ‘Courage & Love’, ‘Red River Shore‘, ‘Love Unites’, ‘Mary And The Soldier’, ‘White Cloud, Blue Sky’, ‘Duncan And Brady Song’, ‘Life For All’, ‘Girl On The Green Briar Shore’

Disc Three (Concert Audio-CD / DVD): ‘Forgiveness Heals’, ‘Miss The Mississippi And You‘, ‘Ways Of Change’, ‘Dixie’, ‘Earth Story Song’, ‘City Of Gold’, ‘World Spirit’, ‘I’m Not There’, ‘Laughin’ And Lovin’ – Anyway You Like’, ‘I Don’t Hurt Anymore’

Disc Four (Concert Audio-CD / DVD): ‘As Long As The Earth Works’, ‘One Man’s Loss’, ‘Good To Be A Child’, ‘The French Girl‘, ‘Eatin’ And Drinking Together With You‘, ‘Bizzness Ain’t Dead‘, ‘Check In – Take Off! (Be Part Of Your Own True Solution)’, ‘I Can See A New Day‘, ‘Saving Message’, ‘Living On A Planet

Disc Five (Movie DVD): ‘Foreign Land Ballad’, ‘Weeping Man On A Bench’, ‘Purple Curtain, Purple Pain’, ‘Leather Outfit Lady’, ‘Out Of Passion’, ‘Today’s Poem’, ‘Any Love Can Be’, ‘Changing Real’, ‘Wayside Line’, ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Girl’, ‘Diesel Train’, ‘I Kiss You Good-Bye’, ‘Poem Of Evening’s Last Card Game’, ‘On One Summer’s Morn”, ‘On The Grounds Of Fire’, ‘When I Think Of Your Tomorrow’, ‘Oh Lord, I’m Just A Rolling Stone’, ‘Time For Love’

Disc Six (Movie DVD): ‘Genetic Expansion’, ‘Wild In The City’, ‘Ready For A Change’, ‘Cybersaga Evolution 1&2’, ‘Infected’, ‘Cybersaga & Janet Wild’, ‘Forbidden City’, ‘Resurrection’, ‘Let’s Be Together And Care For Love’, ‘Earthrocker Callin’ You’, ‘Peace And Light Song’, ‘Check Out What You Do’, ‘Shall We Go To War Again?’, ‘Timebody Love’, ‘Her Eyes Black As Night’, ‘Cute Girl’, ‘My Limousine Is Long’, ‘Das Weite’, ‘Sweet Earth’, ‘Green Earth’, ‘Sunray Revolution’, ‘Water Is Life’, ‘This World Is My World’, ‘War Kills’, ‘Believe In Your Dream’, ‘Another World’, ‘He & She’

CD-Neuveröffentlichung: Mira Sound Germany veröffentlicht ‘Michel Montecrossa‘s ‘Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2009’ als Box-Sets mit wahlweise 4 Audio-CDS und 2 Movie-DVDs oder als Set mit 4 Konzert-DVDs und 2 Movie-DVDs.

Michel Montecrossa's Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2009

Die Tracks der Konzert-CDs & DVDs umfassen 66 Songs von Michel Montecrossa, 19 Lieder von Bob Dylan sowie eine Anzahl von Titeln anderer Interpreten, die von Bob Dylan gecovert wurden. Die 2 Movie-DVDs präsentieren Michel Montecrossa Unplugged At The Carlton Hotel, New York, 12.2.1994′ und Michel Montecrossa’s großartiges Peace & Climate Change Musical ‘The Resurrection Movie’.

Unter den ausdrucksstarken Themen-Songs von Michel Montecrossa finden sich beispielsweise das Titellied Sunlight Dance‘ die Cybermetal-Power von’Adults Are Idiots‘, sowie ‘Eatin’ And Drinking Together With You‘ and ‘Living On A Planet‘.

Michel Montecrossa präsentiert seine Neuinterpretationen von Bob Dylan Titeln wie auch Songs anderer Künstler, die Bob Dylan in seinen Konzerten singt wie z.B. Diamond Joe‘, ‘Marchin’ To The City‘, ‘Red River Shore‘ und ‘The French Girl

Besondere Highlights sind Woody Guthrie’s ‘Bizzness Ain’t Dead‘ und ‘I Can See A New Day‘, das von Las Rice stammt, einem befreundeten Singer-Songwriter aus Bob Dylan’s frühen Tagen. Eine weitere musikalische Kostbarkeit ist ‘Miss The Mississippi And You‘, das Michel Montecrossa im ursprünglichen Jimmie Rodgers Style präsentiert.

Das Track-Listing der Konzert-CDs & DVDs sowie weitere Informationen zu den beiden Movie-DVDs finden sich weiter oben in der internationalen Pressemeldung.