Blue Channel, the first album of “Ganz TV”’s series, produced by Saccharose EXS (multi-ethnic netlabel of 02L > Outside Standing Level) with the collaboration of the polyhedral Shaidon Effect, is an enormous immersion in a real fever pitch through the unbridled sequence of the main successes signed by Ganz De Ville. It’s a crowd of feelings, crystallized by a contrasting nature but melted into a single, unique sound patchwork that emerges to fluctuate among all the samples extracted by over 500 popular passages of the past and the present, fluidized along with oneiric tones and the schizophrenia that only an illuminated “firestarter” can bring into essence, an outstanding mixmash that captures the mind of the listener and drags his senses to the loss of his own conscience.

The collaboration with the actor, musician and director Paul Ferrara, has been very precious. Often dubbed “The Fifth Door”, official photographer for The Doors, co-writer of the band’s “Waiting for the Sun” he was one of Jim Morrison’s closest friends.

Edited by Charlotte_A on 15 Jan 2009, 18:52

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