Song ‘Another Morn’ (audio & lyrics and more)

Michel Montecrossa’s Song ‘Another Morn’ from the album ‘Bob Dylan Nobel Prize Special – Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan and Himself’ album

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Bob Dylan Nobel Prize Special - Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan and Himself

Another Morn

Then another morn and another road
leading to the same goal.
My heart still was warm with her love.
And yesterday looked old.

Down the road stretched early light.
Only some hobo and the wind blowin’.
Wild dreams may vanish with the day
and sweetness may only be false.

Gather your hopes and your yearnings.
Be thankful again for all.
Put on your cloth and don’t talk,
follow the sunrays on your road.

Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

The album ‘Bob Dylan Nobel Prize Special – Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan and Himself’ is celebrating the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Literature to Bob Dylan “for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition” on 10th December 2016 in Stockholm, Sweden. The ‘Bob Dylan Nobel Prize Special – Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan and Himself’ presents the outstandingly revealing performances of 8 Bob Dylan songs, 1 Robbie Robertson song and 3 Michel Montecrossa songs all played by Michel Montecrossa and his band The Chosen Few including Bob Dylan’s legendary songs ‘A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall‘, ‘Chimes Of Freedom‘ and ‘I’ll Keep It With Mine‘ as well as Robbie Robertson’s ‘Golden Feather‘ and Michel Montecrossa’s ‘Another Morn‘.
Robbie Robertson for many years played guitar for Bob Dylan and was an important co-creator of the typical band sound that accompanied Bob Dylan’s song music on its way to international fame. Michel Montecrossa today is one of the most important voices for new interpretations of Bob Dylan songs. He by now has recorded all the official releases of Bob Dylan songs as well as unreleased songs and songs of other artists which Dylan performed during his concerts and presents every year at the famous Spirit of Woodstock Festival in Mirapuri, Italy a special day dedicated to the songs of Bob Dylan under the title ‘Michel Montecrossa’s Michel & Bob Dylan Fest’. Michel Montecrossa himself is a great 21st century New-Topical-Song writer, musician and composer who created more than 2500 songs and modern-classical symphonies and also is the author of many fiction, philosophy and poetry books as well as producer and director-actor of futuristic Cybermovies. Michel Montecrossa furthermore works as revolutionary artist presenting a continuous flow of paintings and drawings which can be seen in permanent exhibitions in Germany as well as in Italy. As an active humanitarian consciousness researcher he has founded Mirapuri, the City of Peace and Futureman in Europe, Italy as an open-ended experiment for human evolution.
The song ‘A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall’ (see here the video for this song) which is the opening song of the ‘Bob Dylan Nobel Prize Special – Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan and Himself’ was also performed as the opening of the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony. On that occasion it was sung by Patti Smith. Michel Montecrossa’s orchestral interpretation of ‘A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall’ is based on Bob Dylan’s own orchestral version of the song which he staged during the ‘Great Music Experience Festival’ 1994 in Japan.

Michel Montecrossa says about the ‘Bob Dylan Nobel Prize Special – Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan and Himself’:
“I see the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Literature 2016 to Bob Dylan as an historical cultural event which not only honors the written side of literature but also highlights the dimension of the art of song-poetry fusion which in fact is much older than written literature and in the future is ever more bound to gain a mind-staggering planetary importance for the growth of human intelligence and expansion of consciousness experience.”
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