Artist Brian Vassallo (Composer).
Title CARAVAN OF EMOTONS // [The Film Style Singles Collection]
Label Brian Vassallo MUSIC // ASCAP
Special Thanks to :
'Amethyste Spardel' 'Ehron Von Allen' & 'Amaryllis Agius'.
Something About this Compilation:
' I first got involved with these singles when i started working on my first track with the - soprano artist, 'Amethyste' five years ago, inviting her to work with her ethereal voice on a specially composed track by me " From Tears to Paradise ". And when she heard - what I was doing ,she really liked it.
Luckily it all worked out.
I am very glad to have had the pleasure to work with other artists in my career..I remember Ehron Von Allen - inviting me to select one of his songs and to come up with my own version. The song was titled " Enigma ", and it came out so mysterious!
I was also invited to compose for a short film .when Film -makers ' Ramon and Alexis Mizzi ' sent over some music and told me to make it "like this" or "like that" for their new film ,but after listening to the material, I said "let me try a different approach -and let's see how it feels with the scenes". The result was pretty emotional! The short Film 'In The End' was also awaded later on.
My latest special collaboration was with the talented singer -'Amaryllis Agius', with our song "The Heart Of The Earth".
I have used primarily synthesizers to perform my music. I spend perhaps a couple of months on each song,but what makes this hard work but ultimatley rewarding, is that i seek precision and the process of the song can change,sometimes completely, until i am finally satisfied. I tend not to rush with my compositions, but to let the following day bring to me new ideas and inspirations.
I bring forth all the single tracks together, as they deserve. Music that i have composed and produced in a soundtrack fashion.
What have been my influences?. In the past few years I would have to say the guys like - Jablonsky, Rabin , just to name a few, and then more guys like Badalamenti scores, James Horner. Jan Hammer , Zimmer and Mark Snow where my earlier influences -I was like "Wow - I like their stuff." ' ~ B.V MUSIC