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Great memories...

Man this brings back such great memories. To think this was done in the early eighties is very impressive because of the experiementation with the sounds and structure. Most of the music of his peers was much more mechanical and mathematical disco pop. Gazebo took his music in a very different direction in this album. When I first listened to it back in those days, I didn't really like it, but over time, I came to appreciate the melodies, lyrics and techniques he used in the album. The only complaint I have is that some songs just sort of end or sound like they get cut off or start like they are in the middle of the song.


Born: February 18, 1960 in Beirut, Lebanon

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s

Born Paul Mazzolini on February 18, 1960 in Beirut, Lebanon, to a family of an Italian diplomat and an American singer, Gazebo spent his early years globetrotting around the world with his parents. As a teenager, he played in a rock band; later he studied the classical guitar in Paris for two years and spent some time in London, where he was briefly interested in the punk scene. Upon his return to Italy in the early '80s, he recorded his first song, "Masterpiece", co-written with his friend Pier...
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Rainbow Tales, Gazebo
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Jun 01, 1987

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