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Cru cru GIANFRANCO GFN, what first got you into music?

-I grew up in a family that loved music, and we listened to music every day! As time went by, I got interested and started playing on my own!

What is Sunshine (And i had a dream) and why is it so heartwarming?

- When I composed it, I immersed myself in this atmosphere and everything made sense with the text.

What memorable responses have you had to your work?

The results have been positive over the years, and above all my music has grown a lot, especially through working with various musicians.

Do you consider yourself a music - nerd?

- Without a doubt, music is life! When I'm playing and composing, or when I'm in the studio, everything around me no longer exists!

What’s your favorite artist from the blue eyed soul scene?

- I'm not going to name one, because there are so many musicians and music that are simply magnificent and have made songs that live on and will live on for a very long time!

Can you tell us a soulful memory of yours?

- One among many is when we played and recorded "Bonnie & Clyde" in the studio, I experienced an "Atmosphere" with all the musicians that was very special, where you feel that everything lives the piece! And I still feel it today when I listen to it.

How do you feel the Internet has impacted the electronic music business?

- I come from a time when this internet world didn't excite, but today I think there's a lot of good, but a lot of bad, because artists aren't really respected anymore, everything has to move very fast and above all this digital world is making us lose a lot of money!

How would you describe your perfect day?

- Get up, have my coffee, practice my music, compose, head for the studio and record... End the day with the musicians over a drink and a good meal.

What’s your favorite film?

- I don't know!

Do you sing in the shower? If yes, what songs?

- Of course I can sing anything, depending on the mood.

Do you agree with the Pigeon?

- Agree on what? If it's positive, of course!


The journey of "Train Wreck Coming" begins with an intimate narration that makes it rain in torrents in this dark Texas atmosphere, and our souls beg for mercy when we hear these dark chords from the days of the cowboys and the pioneers and the saloons of the old west. Later, triumphant murmurs contrast with the sinister performance taking place behind the microphone. This cartoony single, which tells of a derailment to the sound of upbeat melodies and typical string instruments, reminds me very much of Bob Dylan's 1997 masterpiece "Time Out Of Mind".

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