Still looking for the right gift for your friends and loved ones? Here’s some good idea to put under the Christmas tree…
1. Jack White – Lazaretto: a 70s album in the 21st century
I have to admit I was not familiar with Jack White’s discography, nor was I with the White Stripe’s, apart from the stadium anthem Seven Nation Army, of course. After listening to Mr. White’s new album Lazaretto, which is a great piece of a rock, blues and folk album that reminds me of some 70s albums I love, I will follow this artist much closer than I used to…! Continue reading “skylyro’s Top 5 Albums of 2014”
Provided that the topic I am talking about in this post is absolutely subjective and a mere provocation, I am fully conviced of the fact that there are certain things and habits that are perfectly fine when you are a kid or a teen, but leave me a little perplex when I see adults doing them: Continue reading “skylyro’s Top 5 Things Grownups Should Not Do In Public”
So far, but I guess there is nothing relevant coming out these last days of December, I have defined my preferences for this year’s music albums: compared to other previous years it looked like a pretty fruitful one, with many bands publishing new albums, such as KOL, PJ, Turin Brakes and Artic Monkeys, and major comebacks like David Bowie and Sting. Overall, I’d call it a good year these days, but in the end, wanting to take it down to the 5 best albums of 2013, there was not much competition… Continue reading “skylyro’s Top 5 Albums of 2013, so far”
And here are my Favorite Volley Goals Ever:
1. Marco Van Basten: probably the best volley ever
2. Francesco Totti: this is something that only a few players in the world can do!
3. Zinedine Zidane: with this amazing volley Real Madrid won the Champions League Final in 2002.
4. Gabriel Omar Batistuta: two volleys in the same match, obviously the first is the most beautiful one.
5. Ronaldinho: not really a volley, but I had to put it in this list…
Hello everybody! I know you couldn’t wait for this week’s top 10 and neither can I… Yet, this time it will be split into two top 5 lists, and both are going to be about football, or soccer as it is called in American English. The football season is over, all of Europe’s major leagues have assigned their title and on Saturday Barcelona has given evidence of their unparalleled superiority in the Champions League Final against Manchester United: what better reason to share some of my Favorite Goals of All Times?
1. Diego Armando Maradona (El Pibe de Oro): the greatest player ever and the master for all generations to come!
2. Lionel Messi (La Pulce): the student who may one day exceed his master…
(The two goals compared: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXzXsdZJ5AQ)
3. Roberto Baggio (Il Divin Codino): probably Italy’s best player ever!
4. Dennis Bergkamp (The Iceman): despite the nickname, pure talent and fantasy.
5. Francesco Totti (Il Pupone): an incredible career with even more incredible goals.