Date: Sunday, 10/Feb/13, 12:18 PM | Message # 1
|We first came to you talking about the ¨Hey Jude¨ masterpiece recomposition of Joseph Ferrante, as well as talking about another two songs of him, namely, ¨Here comes a brand new day¨ and ¨Alone again¨.
This time we want to talk about another song of Joseph Ferrante, titled ¨Toilet World¨. ¨Toilet World¨ describes the world we live in, a world that will never change because it was made to be like that. No matter how many revolutions come and go, the ¨Toilet World¨ will always be the ¨Toilet World¨, because the nature of the human animal will always be the same.
The ¨Toilet World¨, a world where the best pop musician of all time was blocked during nearly 20 long years by a heartless mafia, simply because he was a threat to many music myths.
This horrible mafia did everything they could to hide the musician from the public. A dreamy musician had to go through all this. This is the ¨Toilet World¨.
Why the ¨Toilet World?: selfishness, egoism, greed, envy, jealousy, abuse, racism, hatred, tyranny of the powerful, useless presidents, money as only value, divorces, betrayals, outlaws, non spirituality, evil, wars, disasters, unhappiness, unemployment, merciless competition, corruption, sicknesses, inhuman trends, enemies, mafias, you name it, the ¨Toilet World¨ has done it.
Joseph Ferrante gives you his description of the ¨Toilet World¨ in his song. Maybe his views are not as drastic as mine, but just the same describe this ¨Toilet World.
¨Everybody´s running fast, trying to reach the moon and stars,
there´s no need of doing that if we can share each other´s heart¨...
(Poet musicians always soften the harsh reality to make it musical. Things are quite different in a newspaper to what they are in a song)
To listen to ¨Toilet World¨ even with the option of downloading it go to:
(You can also download the other tracks we talked about before, should you want to have them. It is a free download for some time, especially for you. Every song we talk about becomes a free download on the website of Joseph Ferrante at the same time).