Tonight live: ‘REBELLION OF LOVE & HOPE’ Concert by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali and their Band The Chosen Few

Tonight on stage: Michel Montecrossa together with Mirakali and their band The Chosen Few play the ‘Rebellion Of Love & Hope’ Concert in Mirapuri (at the Omnidiet Music-Hall in Mirapuri) for the Free Cinema Filmfestival 2019 presenting movie-style New-Topical-Songs, Cyberrock, Electronica-Dance songs and Orgastica-DJ instrumentals of Love and Hope.
The setlist includes great movie songs like the opening ‘Rebellion’, the cinematic ‘Vision’ as well as ‘Vision Glasses’ and the acoustic finale ‘Find Your Own Way’.

In addition to the ‘Rebellion Of Love & Hope’ Concert you can see the ‘Energy Of Art’ Exhibition of 102 Michel Montecrossa paintings and drawings in the Mirapuri New Art Gallery of the Omnidiet Resort and Business Hotel.

8th June 2019
21:00 – 23:00
in the Omnidiet Music-Hall
Via Monte Falò 8
28011 Mirapuri-Coiromonte
(Prov. di Novara), Italy
Phone: ++39-0322-999009

For the Free Cinema Filmfest 2019 Program click here

Michel Montecrossa says about the ‘Rebellion Of Love & Hope’ Concert:
“The ‘Rebellion Of Love & Hope’ Concert features all-out movie-style songs about non-conformity, triggering awareness and vision feelings as well as consciousness expanding love emotions.”

Michel Montecrossa Homepage: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

Homepage of Mirakali: www.Mirakali.net

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

Michel Montecrossa on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Montecrossa

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Sounds on Thursday 106: ‘The Golden Body #2’ by Michel Montecrossa

Continuing the Sounds on Thursday blog post series with the song ‘The Golden Body #2’ by Michel Montecrossa


 
Song Lyrics

The Golden Body #2

Tonight I am the vision,
tonight I am the light,
of the Golden Body coming
out of red-gold matter’s cave.

Tonight I am the message,
see the words of changing time,
hear the footsteps of the Highest
in the moments’ busy tramp.

And then the light grows stronger
and white-gold burns the shape
of a mighty being’s power
coming from a far-off plane.

Silver foam in the dim East,
gold in the brilliant Western sun.
Silver foam and a birth unseen,
golden red and the New World born.

Stretchin’ their bones
in a casket blue:
void still near, o Lord.
Rivers and cities mighty too.

Rotten with the human mind.
Late-hour-shows try prayin’.
Sexy girl is really a man.
College boys with the small-brains

don’t think of poems
lasting longer than
moments of attention
in that Rock’n’Roll Ocean and Dream.

Tonight I am the message,
see the words of changing time,
hear the footsteps of the Highest
in the moments’ busy tramp.

Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

Read more blog posts of the ‘Sounds On Thursday’ Series: https://michelmontecrossaliveblog.wordpress.com/tag/sounds-on-thursday/

Michel Montecrossa Homepage: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

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

Image above: Mirakali live on stage at the Spirit of Woodstock Festival in Mirapuri, Italy – this year’s Spirit of Woodstock Festival takes place from 31st July to 4th August 2019 (www.SpiritOfWoodstockFest.com)

Sounds on Thursday 105: ‘Love Hotel’ by Michel Montecrossa

Continuing the Sounds on Thursday blog post series with the song ‘Love Hotel’ by Michel Montecrossa

Song Lyrics

Love Hotel

Something between us happened,
didn’t know what it was.
Something really happened
and somehow left a scar.
But nothing is too strange
not to happen again.
So I left without a warning
just to keep the thing sane.
The morning-breeze was blowing
and the street was on my mind.
The memory of you
still was alive.

I cried out this song
just before I went
into the lonely body
of a room without an end.
I could not live experience,
I could not comprehend
anything more
than to come to an end.
Sun and dust a-burning
in my heart without a shore.
All your sweetest glory
drowned cheaply in a show.

The Love Hotel was burning
on that day of my life.
Nothing could resist
another painful night.
I gather some pieces
of a dirty worn-out cloth.
I ramble through the cities,
I keep you in my heart:
The noon was hot again,
I dreamed and felt no pain.
Moving on that road
not knowing any end.

The fragments of oblivion,
the search almost in vain,
the things that have no meaning,
the unimportant tale,
they are a mystic story
and the key without a death.
It’s strange to see the days
digging out another grave.
Stormy weather coming,
the clouds hiding the blue.
Behind the Sun is burning:
child, gather round the True.

The Love Hotel was burning
on that day of my life.
Nothing could resist
another painful night.
I gather some pieces
of a dirty worn-out cloth.
I ramble through the cities,
I keep you in my heart:
The noon was hot again,
I dreamed and felt no pain.
Moving on that road
not knowing any end.

Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

Read more blog posts of the ‘Sounds On Thursday’ Series: https://michelmontecrossaliveblog.wordpress.com/tag/sounds-on-thursday/

Michel Montecrossa Homepage: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

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

Image above: Mirakali live on stage at the Spirit of Woodstock Festival in Mirapuri, Italy – this year’s Spirit of Woodstock Festival takes place from 31st July to 4th August 2019 (www.SpiritOfWoodstockFest.com)

Photo: Michel Montecrossa live on stage

Photo: Michel Montecrossa – live on stage

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

CD & DVD ‘Lieder der Liebe und Besinnung Friedenskonzert’ 11 Michel Montecrossa New-Topical-Songs & Interview Mit Oliver Schwarz aus dem Radiokonzert bei Radio Fips

Lieder der Liebe & Besinnung Freidenskonzert

Die Michel Montecrossa ‘Lieder Der Liebe Und Besinnung Friedenskonzert’, veröffentlicht von Mira Sound Germany auf Audio-CD und als Download, präsentiert 11 seiner New-Topical-Songs und das Interview mit Oliver Schwarz aus dem Radiokonzert bei Radio Fips, Göppingen, Deutschland vom 16. Mai 2017 mit Liedern der Liebe und Besinnung, die für sich selbst sprechen. Michel Montecrossa (Gesang, Gitarre, Mundharmonika), ist einer der bedeutendsten und authentischsten deutsch-englisch sprachigen Singer/Songwriter des 21. Jahrhunderts, er wird begleitet von Mirakali (E-Gitarre). Michel Montecrossa schreibt, komponiert und präsentiert in einmaliger Hochgeschwindigkeits-Schaffensrate, die direkt vom Puls der Zeit angetrieben wird. Michel Montecrossa’s New-Topical-Songs sind erfüllt von Zielsicherheit und hautnaher Real-Spontanität. Sie singen von der Befreiung der menschlichen Lebensfähigkeit und Ausdruckskraft und von großartigen neuen Dimensionen des Verstehens. Michel Montecrossa’s New-Topical-Songs sind effektive und positive Action-Antworten. Auf der Audio-CD hört man alle 11 Songs des Radiokonzerts, einschließlich dem Interview mit Oliver Schwarz von Radio Fips. Highlights des Radiokonzerts sind New-Topical Burners wie ‘Besinnung’, ‘Meine Hände Auf Deinen Brüsten’, ‘Puls Von Europa Lied’ und ‘Über Deutschland Heute Sprechen’ und noch viel mehr.

Audio-CD & DVD des ‘Lieder Der Liebe Und Besinnung Friedenskonzert’ gibt es im Mirapuri-Shop

Buy from Mirapuri-Shop

Besinnung

Meine Hände Auf Deinen Brüsten

Puls von Europa Lied

Über Deutschland Heute Sprechen


 
Michel Montecrossa sagt über das ‘Lieder Der Liebe Und Besinnung Friedenskonzert’:
“In einer Zeit gesellschaftlicher Polarisierung, Radikalisierung, Verunsicherung und gewalttätiger Herzenskälte bringe ich als Hoffnungsträger und innere Stärkung meine ‘Lieder der Liebe und Besinnung’ gemeinsam mit Mirakali zu einem Publikum, das sich nach Wärme, Menschlichkeit und Friedenskultur sehnt.”

Mehr Infos:
Michel Montecrossa Homepage:
http://www.MichelMontecrossa.com

Michel Montecrossa’s Musik, Filme, Kunst, und mehr auf Twitter: https://twitter.com/Montecrossa und bei facebook

The Songs: (Click the song titles to read the lyrics)
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