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When you combine all of that material together and mix it with his time in the West End in Jim Steinman’s ‘Bat Out Of Hell: The Musical’, his star turn in Rip It Up – 70s where his performance was so strong he was added to the main headline casting, you start to appreciate that the world is ready for Giovanni Spano. Now sit back and let him entertain you!
But everything that we’re kind of focusing now because we are trying to get on a better schedule release in an album every two years versus take, four or six. Obviously, shit happens, you cannot predict when people are just going to blindly get off and leave or they decided they do not want to do this anymore and change their lifestyle. It happens, so you cannot be ready for everything
There is something about the way we play together that I never had as a band before. You can hear it on this record. These guys are tight, and I gave them a lot of freedom. I told them, I love the way you play, here is how the song goes. Let play it until we find an approach. It was rather ambitious as I haven’t thought about that word, but you’re correct.
I’m more of a “live-in-the-moment” type of guy, so I’m really not looking back as I’m much as looking forward. I’m not a guitar player who can play the same thing twice the same way. That could be a good thing or a bad thing.