Too many books to decide; although I appreciate very much Julio
's novels and what I call "raw" poetry, specially by
the poet Roger Wolfe. I will get on well with you if you have ever
thought that some lines in a book were written for you. (Easy,
Sum up: Essays, poetry, novels.
Script writers deserve all my respect. By now I can't enjoy films
if I don't understand fully. That wasn't a problem with "Margot and
the wedding" (feat. Nicole Kidman, but I liked the plot) or "Funny
Games" (really necessary).
Sum up: Well-written scripts.
These days I'm listening to a French DJ called Martin Solveig
. Classy and
simple videos for his catchy songs. I have used "Boys & Girls"
to get down to work a hundred times. I'm keen on Spanish
singer-songwriters and folk, although I could hear almost
Sum up: Spanish songwriters and folk, French vague, modern
composers, tons of English songs.
[2012: Since I will never be Giuseppe Barbera
, I'm all
amazed by his piano arrangements
Liberi, liberi by Vasco Rossi
Tu vuò fa' l'americano by Renato Carosone.
Music by Madonna
Tanti auguri by Raffaella Carrà
La mia strana verità by Arisa
Enjoy the silence by Depeche Mode
E la luna bussò by Loredana Berté
Womanizer by Britney Spears
Don Raffae by Fabrizio De André
Like a virgin by Madonna
Luci-ah by Lucio Battisti
It's Oh so quiet by Bjork
Sweet Dreams by Eurythmics
Earth Song by Michael Jackson
Viva la Vida by Coldplay
by Matia Bazar
Losing my religion by R.E.M.
Personal Jesus by Depeche Mode
Dancing Queen by Abba
Kobra by Donatella Rettore
Vecchio Frack by Domenico Modugno
Sincerità by Arisa
Oggi by Arisa
Wake me up Before You Go-Go by Wham!
Se mi lasci non vale by Julio Iglesias
[2013: Astrud + Hidrogenesse]
If it's good, I like it!