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"Winning Side"--a WINNER! Great tune! Love the Stones-influenced instrumental opening--insightful lyrics--power FULL vocals up front are a nice change from so much of the rhythm driven stuff out there now. I gotta move to Canada! Sammyboy DJ at WVKR New York 
Some Things Last Forever - 2005 BNO Words & Music by Jimi Bertucci - Some Things Last Forever Jimi's poetic flair for writing love songs comes shining through in Some Things Last Forever. Anyone and everyone who has ever fallen in love will relate to this one. As one of the most requested tunes by fans attending the band's concerts. "Leonardo and Van Gogh would sacrifice I know and kings would give up thrones to be with you " WOW. Abraham's Children finally decided to add it as a regular to their live show set list. Smart move on their part. (GET IT NOW HERE >>>>>>>>)

HOT LOVE

Going down yonder
Just me and my baby
Gonna have some good hot love
In the summertime

Leave all of my troubles
Forget all my cares
Gonna' have some good hot love in the summertime

Hot love in the summertime
Hot love and I'm feelin' fine
Hot love in the summertime
I've got to get away

Don't believe in working part time
Got to use for some nickels or dimes
Just want to lay around and have some fun
Got a pretty baby
She's driving me crazy
Gonna' have some good hot love in the summertime

Hot love in the summertime
Hot love and I'm feelin' fine
Hot love in the summertime
Got to get away
Got to get away

words & music by Paul Gross

MURDER IN THE OFFICE - For years I had been working out of my house and was quite content being close to all of the amenities that I desired. As my business began expanding, the comforts of my in-house paradise was turning into a crowded store room for files, lay-outs, accounting, and whatever else was part of my growing empire. My wife, a strong supporter of my endeavors, suggested I look in town for some space; It was that time. I had turned a small business into a company that would require your typical environment, an office, maybe a secretary, and a marketing individual that could handle some of my overflow accounts. I decided I would check out the old part of the city, where character buildings were hungry for creative tenants. I was determined not to get a place that shouted "corporate". My search led me to an old, double-story, brick building in the downtown district. The next morning...( ORDERTHE AUDIO-BOOK)

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Idyllwild CA - Mary Frampton was born in San Bernardino, California, famous for Route 66. Her father owned a small newspaper called El Sol and her mother was an accommplished sculptor. photo by Mary Frampton (read more)
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Jimi was so energetic on stage. His white jumpsuit was very revealing. Very sexy! All the girls were right up front of the stage. Sally Walters - Detroit Michigan
THE MALIBU SERIES... I remember landing in Los Angeles. It was around 1:30 in the morning and what seemed like an endless tiring flight. The only person I knew in LA was my agent David Levine. I called him and got his answering machine, telling me he was in San Francisco on business and would be returning the next day. I waved down a cab and asked to be taken to a hotel near the beach. We arrived at The Palm Hotel, a non-descript place, in fact it seemed a bit seedy, but I was so tired I didn't care. I just wanted to hit a bed a get some sleep. The night clerk was nice and had a thirst for conversation. I quickly told him I was exhausted and would love to chat with him in the morning. My room appeared to be decorated by a blind person. I was so tired I would have slept in a tree. I woke up the next morning to 83 degree weather. I remember leaving Toronto, it was 9 degrees...yes, I was in California. I dressed and went downstairs to ask the clerk where was a good place to get breakfast. He pointed to a restaurant across the street. I would later find out that this was a landmark and many musicians and actors dined there regularly. I had a great and filling breakfast and decided to try and call David one more time. He answered and was very excited...(read more)
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THE FULL MONTE FILLS IN WITH AC - When it comes to disciplined musicians, Monte Horton falls into that unique category. His style is chameleon and colorful, capturing the feel as if he has lived with this music for years. There are many good players these days but what makes Mr.Horton stand out is his blend of smooth pop playing. No stranger to the scene, he has played with some of the best musicians in Canada. " I enjoy playing with Monte whenever he is available. He adds a fresh sound to some pretty old hits ", said Abraham's Children's founder, Jimi Bertucci. AC have been performing for over 35 years having put out a string of hit records in the seventies. The band is in rehearsal preparing to do some more live dates and some recording.

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Jimi attended Clinton Street Public School in Toronto, Canada

Children's Song.........

Children playing everywhere
Not a worry not a care
Chocolate ice cream on their minds
No destruction they could find
As they play they have no time
Fun and games is on their side
One will laugh and one will cry
But they really don't know why

No listening to the clock ringing in the morning
They're still dreaming their dreams away
Sunlight shining through their window
It's time they work but I mean play

As time goes oh they get older Throwing away dolls and soldiers
Understanding what to do
Now they look like me and you

No listening to the clock ringing in the morning
They're still dreaming their dreams away
Sunlight shining through their window
It's time they work but I mean play

 
 
 
 

The late Kelvin Womack. Kelvin joined the Jimi B band in the 90's and remained with him til his passing. Read more about Kelvin soon on www.jimib.com.
CRUSHING GRAPES - (cont'd from iUpdate) The family's TV room also happened to be young Robert's bedroom and it was not unusual for him to be up in the middle of the night watching movies with his mom. She stressed to him the importance of studying some of the greats, Bogart, Mitchum, Lewis and Martin. The talented boy would sometimes mimick his family members, portraying them as a dysfunctional group of characters and causing them to laugh hysterically. This of course was always done with love. In high school he joined the Speech & Debate Club where he had the opportunity to stretch his acting ability by playing multiple characters and competing with over one hundred schools in the NY state area. The accolades for young Davi confirmed his direction in the arts. Later on in his early career Robert's agent, Barry Moss, mentioned that Frank Sinatra was in town and that they were casting for "Contract On Cherry Street" at the Columbia offices, but that Sinatra was using only friends and family for the film. Robert decided to go to the casting office anyway and, to his good fortune, was told that not all the parts were cast and was asked to provide a headshot. (read more)  

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Subway 9 1997:BNOS4031 Words & Music by Jimi Bertucci Recorded at Eis Cafe Studios in Long Beach, California. I love this song. When we asked Jimi what the song was about he explained. " My uncle Nazzarano worked for the (TTC) Toronto Transit. He would tell me all these stories about the characters that would ride the trains late at night. At times he would be aware of some of those people that were indecisive about life and new that some of them would try and jump. Although his English was not that great he managed to talk many of them out of jumping." One of the lyrical lines in the song says. Fellini would be proud of this circus underground." Jimi was very familiar with riding the tube. If you missed the last train number 9 you were screwed. Features Mike Cherney on guitars, Dave Valdez on Drums, Robert Hoelting on keys and backing vocals, Jimi Bertucci bass, acoustic guitar and vocals.(order it now here) 

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1972

Backroads Productions'
Paul Gross is doing a session
with John Moran and Peter Rochon- he's currently on the chart with Abraham's Children's "Goodbye Farewell."

Avenue has temporarily closed its Los Angeles office.
But Salter said there was no truth in reports that the company's contract with Abraham's Children had expired. "They are still under
contract with Avenue. We've spent a fortune working on the group and either the record for us ir they don't record at all. It's as simple as that."

 

Through the eyes of Vincenzo

The stone house is a memory of my yesterday
On the wall hangs a picture of a soldier and one of Christ
The ship was large when I came to America
The red brick road was forever gone

I saw no colors I heard no voices of threat
This was a celebration of the new world
The sadness and joy in the faces of the new world

Through the eyes of Vincenzo
Giants lived in the sky
Through the eyes of Vincenzo
Guns were only in the movies
Through the eyes of Vincenzo
Elvis was alright

I hear the cries
The city of Angels is up in smoke
Uncle Cosmo just retired gold watch and chain
The ship was large when I came to America
The red brick road was forever gone

I was a lover I was a player of sin
Time can become the beast when your searching
Only a young heart can feel no pain

Through the eyes of Vincenzo
Giants lived in the sky
Through the eyes of Vincenzo
Guns were only in the movies
Through the eyes of Vincenzo
Elvis was alright, alright

The ship was large when I came to America
The red brick road was forever gone

I saw no colors I heard no voices of threat
This was a celebration of the new world
The sadness and joy in the faces of the new world

Through the eyes of Vincenzo
Giants lived in the sky
Through the eyes of Vincenzo
Guns were only in the movies
Through the eyes of Vincenzo
Elvis was a friend of mine

©2001 Words & Music by Jimi B James Bert Publishing/Socan

1965

It was 1965 I became alive
20.000 voices echoed the Gardens
The heroes performed
Flashes of Kodak lightning blinded our eyes
Some cried out of joy
King Edward was smiling
The trolleys would ring their bells
When they went passing by
They smiled and waved hello hello
Smoked my first in the back seat of a Vauxhall
Couldn't wait to come down
Salvatore admired his Plymouth Savoy
While stealing kisses in the park
Mustang Sally cruised the Yonge Street
If ever a demon on wheels
There was something in the air I was there
A teenage awakening
I'm sure God would agree this time with me
We were immune tomorrows would never come
We howled at the moon from our virgin box
When she touched me my senses ran wild
Cliche poetry of woman and child
And forever seemed to short time
For the brave hearts
All the signs were challenged all the time
There was something in the air I was there a teenage awakening I'm sure God would agree
There was something I was there no one cared no one saw a thing
There was something in the air I was there a teenage awakening I'm sure God would agree this time with me Words and Music by Jimi Bertucci James-Bert Publishing Socan

 

 GODDESS OF NATURE
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