Vincenzo Pandolfi | So Much To Learn

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So Much To Learn

by Vincenzo Pandolfi

Soulful blend of soft rock and easy listening with an Italian touch. Simple but at times profound lyrics. Heartfelt songs straight from the artist's soul.
Genre: Easy Listening: Soft Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. If I Could Play the Guitar
5:15 album only
2. Don't Touch My Hair
3:45 album only
3. A Field of Green
4:40 album only
4. So Much to Learn
3:58 album only
5. Try Not to Judge Me
3:05 album only
6. Quando Dico Ti Amo
4:10 album only
7. Con Gli Occhi Di Un Bambino
3:17 album only
8. Love
3:26 album only
9. Destiny
3:32 album only
10. Life
3:52 album only
11. Lucky Country
4:32 album only
12. Look Around
3:07 album only


Album Notes
Born in Italy, was a student at the Conservatorio Vivaldi in Alessandria (Piemonte), for three years.

Played keyboards in various bands from the age of 14 in italy including:
I Pentagoni, Jim Malaga e i grintos, Don Miko e gli Oscars
Quel Pazzo Mondo .

With QPM He also backed the duo Computers, that issued between 1969 and 1971 three singles for Numero Uno, among which an italian version of David Bowie's Space Oddity entitled "Ragazzo solo, ragazza sola"

With Quel Pazzo Mondo he participated in television shows in Italy and Germany.

He met his Australian born wife Elaine in Italy in 1971 and moved to Australia in 1974.

After a prolonged absence from music he has begun song writing again. His style is unusual, so not for everyone.

What people have said about some of the songs in this album:

If I could play the Guitar:
(Made the short list at the ASA (Australia)27th Songwriting contest)

Very lush and attractive string arrangement creates an enchanting mood to bring the listener into the song. The singer brings an interesting historic quality to his approach to singing (Elizabethan England maybe?).

Play that guitar. Set the mood. Strum the strings of the guitar. Take the listener from here to there. Your vocals are different. Almost Operatic. A beautiful voice. Tell a story. Illuminate life. Fade out to silence. And repeat when necessary- to bring happiness from the silence of time.

This took me to a street corner in Italy. You could hear every heart string in the melody and the guitar, I love the atmosphere this creates. I would certainly drop a coin, but this song is anything but beggarly

A field of green:

slow and feeling begining. John lennon sound. Smooth synth and the piano is well done. also well produced

A beautiful song from beginning to end. Great vocals, guitar and organ. Powerful, moving lyrics, very well expressed by the singer.

Look Around:

Of course its very 60s influenced-but the reason i love 60s music so much isn't specifically 'cos of the 'sound',but because the songs were so much more richly imaginative,evocative and generous-spirited then,like this..The delightful key change from the verse, the sense of freedom and unselfconscious in the writing and voice-the genuinelly joyful chorus that invites you inwardly to singalong. How rare are those qualities nowadays?
(Steve Ison)

The song Life received honorable mention from 'We Are Listening'



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Corrado Rossi

Beautiful emotions in music
I always liked Vincenzo's music... his simple but direct and heartfelt way of singing and playing gives the listener special emotions of relax and serenity.
Every song is a story that surely worth a listen.
Really enjoyed this great CD!