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Sandro Albert: A Bard’s Journey

By Published: November 23, 2010
AAJ: Do you see yourself writing more or playing more? Or can you do both? Where do you fit in?



SA: I like doing both. I would like to improve as much as I can and keep working hard as a composer and instrumentalist.

AAJ: If you are addressing say the UN and could help change the world, what do you think you would do?

SA: I would surely spend time with some organization that worked to create a better and more balanced world for all of mankind. I also wish there was no more hunger; I guess I would repeat the lyrics of "Imagine" from John Lennon
John Lennon
John Lennon
1940 - 1980
composer/conductor
out loud over the microphone of the UN to see if they can get it.

AAJ: If you had been given the opportunity to have any three wishes, what would you ask for?

SA: No more hunger in the world. No more crime and Discrimination. More balanced music programs on radio stations all over the world.


Selected Discography

Sandro Albert, Vertical (Daywood Drive Records, 2010)

Sandro Albert, The Color of Things (215 Records, 2004)

Sandro Albert, A Beautiful Cloudy Day (Schoots Records, 2002)

Sandro Albert, Soulful People (Meridian Music, 2000)

Photo Credits

All Photos: Courtesy of Sandro Albert


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