Almos two uears after the last post. No
problems, you are not reading this.
The news are:
1. New album soon available;
2. Alex are still with the Alone in Good Company Project;
3. Some colaborative work with another guitarrist is on schedulle.
4. Alex wrote some guitar rock music for a game machine.
After a huge delay we´re back. Facebook sucks
and we have many problems there with our page. They change
everything when they want and the way they want. Well, that´s not
more a problem.
The project with Renato changes to the (now) famous Alone in
Good Company Project Alex´s played the past years in many
places around the world (sorry, but we don´t have a schedule) as a
pocket show or a short version show,
Alex is at Aquilante composing new material for the project, since
he wants to extend it to a full show with special guests among his
Now he is also thinking about a live album with the new material and
some of his old songs.
Alex will produce one project with
his friend Renato Cruz. This project was a Renato's idea from some
music they were listen at Renato's store while Alex was autographing
some of his albuns. I only can tell you one word: guitars. Alex will
return to his main instruments. The guys are talking and I am
listening. Any new I'll post here.
Things are always changing. Alex is
writing music for a new project while we are waiting for some money
to release ZERO. The new album will bring some fresh ideas and will
be another twist on Alex's discography.
We are now working again to release
the ZERO. What the hell is this?
Mr Paulo Bergo are near us to record the bass on the new track and...
Well, the Electro Suite & Tributes
album is on the streets. You can click the
orange bottom at top right to see where to buy the album or
the MP3 files. We have many problems with the cover and now
everything is fine. It's a beatiful paper sleeve cover, like a mini
LP, near the dream Alex had for this album. Now it's time to movo on.
Alex is again composing at Aquilante while I'm here telling
the world about the release.
I know you're doing your best to buy
Alex's new album Electro Suite & Tributes, but a little
problem at CDBaby are delaying the project to be sold. They are also
doing their best to correct. Sorry, but we only can wait.
It's curious, but the album released
in 2009 (Electro Suite) are still not available at CD Baby.
While waiting, I'd like you to take a
look at the Hora do Rush page. Just click
I started this micro-blog years
before "tuíter" and I forgot the date, because it wasn't important. For now on here comes the date! :-)
"Competitions are for horses" said
Bela Bartok years ago, but Alex decided do give some credit to the
sci-fi museum in Swiss and send his openning track from Electronic
Suite & Tributes. Maybe...
Z E R O is still coming,
write us if you want to know more
Electronic Suite & Tributes
Since there is one big track to open an album (read bellow), Alex
decided to use it in his next one. He compiled some electronic music
and other tributes he wrote (like Moog's tribute). It's something
completed diferent from his previous albuns (as usual).
Childhood's End - A tribute
Alex was invited to join stars from electronic music in a tribute to
Arthur C.Clarke. He did a new version to the well known Strauss'
Also Sprach Zarathustra. This will be the openning track of the
Alex finished his third album at Aquilante.
You can see the news at STOA page.
Xote do Macaco
"Shock The Monkey" from Peter Gabriel got a remix from Alex.
Now known as "Xote do Macaco" the remix are the world
see the video edit by Alex.
We have some good reviews from Alex's albuns around the world.
invite you to read them clicking here.
Alex wrote a song to be include in Bob Moog's
You can hear it
or at the download option above.
O primeiro livro de Alex está disponível
para download em formato PDF incluindo todos os croquis do autor.
Você pode ler a
apresentação e os cinco primeiros capítulos
Alex around the
I found some pages
pointing to Alex's page.
Take a look clicking
is an interview Alex gave some years ago to Lanzarini (from Progressive
Rock Page) about his first album