Alessio Occhichone Diego Occhicone Show Notes
The interview starts at 4m00s.
Alessio Occhicone and his twin brother Diego make up
Man Down, “The Band From Montreal”. We talk about the band, language, and how language influences music, musical composition and inspiration, the meaning of songs, and Alessio’s production and distribution company, Far Eye Studios Production & Publishing. Online:
Facebook: Man Down
Instagram: @alessiomandown Podcast
ckms-community-connections-2019-11-18.mp3 (82 MiBytes, 59m56s, episode 26) Podcast Index
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Gangland — Man Down featuring Alessio Occhicone 04m00s: Talking about
Man Down 10m30s:
Fighter — Man Down 13m33s: Talking about Language
Scream — Man Down 27m00s: Talking about Composition and Inspiration
Journal — Man Down 43m16s: Talking about Meaning
Hi — Man Down 54m00s: Talking about
Far Eye Studios
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CKMS Community Connections for 18 November 2019 Photo Gallery
Diego and Alessio Occhicone playing “Journal”
Alessio Occhicone, Bob Jonkman, and Diego Occhicone after lunch
Diego and Alessio Occhicone get ready
Diego and Alessio Occhicone are Man Down
Diego Occhicone works the pedal board
Diego and Alessio Occhicone perform
Diego and Alessio Occhicone performing
Bob Jonkman interviews Alessio and Diego Occhicone
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license. Attribution to Creative Commons Attribution Only Radio Waterloo. Music selections are copyright by the respective rights holders. Photo Gallery pictures by Tony Occhicone, used by permission.