SEEKINGBand to Join, Vocalist, Vocalist - Tenor, Vocalist - Soprano, Rhythm Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Violin, Keyboard, Piano, Vocalist - Alto, Cello, Clarinet.
I'm a composer/guitarist/pianist mainly interested in doing online collaborations. I'm open to most genres. I'm looking for vocalists, since I've just done instrumentals so far. These collaborations are meant to be low maintenance and fun.
I'm also available for one-off shows and soundtrack/composition work for b-movies, indie projects, podcasts and video games. If you're a singer looking for a songwriter/guitarist, I'd be interested in that as well.
Please contact me at my CLOUD of SOUND /salvezzuso.
(they don't let you link anymore, so you have to type it. sorry)
Thank you for listening.
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- Member since:
- Feb 27 2011
- Active within 24 hours
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Available to gig:
- 1 night a week
- Most available:
Main stuff: Radiohead, Nobuo Uematsu, Ayreon, Blackfield, Frost*, Riverside, Queen, coffee, sleep deprivation
Calmer stuff: Pete Yorn, VAST, Ours, Damien Rice, Zombies, Eels, Pilot Speed, Keane, Alan Menken, Unbelievable Truth
Less calm stuff: Mars Volta, IQ, dredg, Gong, Dream Theater, Nine Inch Nails, Triumvirat, Longwave, Placebo, Local H, deftones, Toadies
(I like odd measures and key changes)
- Acoustic Guitar:
- Bass Guitar:
- Lead Guitar:
- Rhythm Guitar:
Funeral at the Circus
Funeral at the Circus Year: 2013 Genre: Acoustic
Getting Older Track number: 2 Album: Suffering in Different Homes Genre: Jazz
Amrita Track number: 5 Album: Blocking Out the Sun Genre: Metal
Nothing to Fear (instrumental)
Nothing to Fear (instrumental)
The NewsThe News – Somewhere in space. At the distance we can’t see. At a speed we’ve yet to comprehend, something was heading our way. Fear. Panic. Chaos. TV, radio broadcasts and newspapers did their work of spreading the news. And fast. Within minutes, almost everyone had heard the news. This unexpected, impending doom immediately changed the world. There are different ways to react at a time like this. Priorities changed for most. For some, bucket lists became were being checked off sooner than later. For others, looting, rioting and stealing. Soon after, war. If it didn’t happen yet, it was bound to happen based on new ethics. Then there were those who tried to make amends with the time that they had left but it was hard for anyone to find peace in such a dark time. Couples, Families and the lonely all heard the news. The news was all anyone can talk about. The news was the only thing to talk about. The end was near. Impact was inevitable.
The CoupleThe Couple – It all started with some flirting back and forth at work and then they just clicked. Soon they were finishing each other’s sentences and helping each other in any and every situation. Even when they argued they still seemed to work things out at the end, no matter the issue. They were happy, or at least mildly content. Their nightly television program was interrupted and they heard the news. They didn’t know what to make of it. They both still had so many things that they wanted to do but with the limited time that they now had, they could only think about themselves. Extreme situations call for difficult decisions.
The FamilyThe Family – If there was ever a perfect couple, this was it. Then 3 kids came along, and they became the perfect parents. As a quintet, they were the perfect family. They worked together in good times. They worked together through the hard times. If someone needed help, the whole family would willingly be there by their side. They were joyfully dancing to a song on the radio when it suddenly stopped and a voice came on sharing the awful news. Upon hearing it, they immediately became overwhelmed with sadness and fear. But even in this darkest of times this glum family stuck together. They were scared as a team. They didn’t need long lives, they just needed each other.
The Lonely Man
The Lonely ManThe Lonely Man – “Unlucky and down in the dumps”. “Lonely and alone”. “Nothing to live for other than the air that he was breathing”. He spent some of his time playing his guitar. He spent most of his time in a dark corridor. He spent all of his time in depression. While reading a paper that someone left behind, the news came as a surprise but in this rare time the news came as relief. Thinking back at his long, unexciting life, he finally found an out. The darkest day couldn’t come soon enough.
The Darkest Day
The Darkest DayThe Darkest Day – This was it. The sun was dim. The Earth was all in gloom. Some patiently waited while others continued to try to do as much as they could before impact. At this point not only could you see the asteroid clearly, but you could tell that it was getting bigger and closer. Glass was shattering. Nerves were on end. In the final moments before impact the world was very quiet. If there was a time to reminisce, it was now. As the whole world braced for the unknown results of the impact, they let out a sigh of relief as the asteroid glides by, missing Earth. In disbelieve, some are hesitant to celebrate. Others continue their self-destruction still awaiting their demise. TV and radio finally share something new. The so called “Darkest Day” was not their last day. Everyone gets to live. But what is life? It would never be as if any of this didn’t happen. Property destroyed by greedy looters. Relationships shattered by those who wanted to be with others. Happy families now have to live with horrible heartache of what could have been. Those who wanted the asteroid to hit, now more depressed than ever. Too many lives lost, destroyed or left with trauma. Everyone thought that that would be the darkest day. Little did they know that their darkest days were yet to come.