by Anna Muscionico
(LaFormaDellaVoceStudio via Della marrana 54 - 00178 Roma via Navedano 17 - 22100 Como Italia)
Jamaica Christmas Love Song
We are a team of Italian musicians (LaFormaDellaVoce) who wrote a Jamaica-inspired Christmas song, we will be happy to let you hear it.
This year Christmas changes its colors and gets warm under the Jamaican sun!
To replace candid snow with the white Caribbean sand dragging us in a totally unexpected climate here we have Michel Orlando with the Christmas single "Jamaica Christmas Love".
This new Christmas Carol is dedicated to people who can look outside the box.
Christmas is able to recreate the same magic in every latitude and the right spirit brings with it a message of union in dissimilarity.
Jamaica Christmas Love tells us that it is possible to decorate even a palm tree with colored lights or cook coconut cakes to wish a full Christmas love in every way you prefer!
Written by Emiliano Palmieri, Luigi Colasanti and Anna Muscionico. Produced by LaFormaDellaVoceStudio.
Michel Orlando, the rising star of the Italian musical, played the role of Elvis in "Elvis the musical" by Maurizio Colombi; the role of Richard in "Kinky Boots" and Dr. Fogg in "Sweeney Todd" in the Italian versions adapted by Emiliano Palmieri. He was also Eddy Muffa in "A Bronx Tale".
This Christmas Let’s go to Jamaica! We will send a postcard to the good Santa ... hoping he can find us there too !!
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About The Author
A patriotic Jamaican who adore its culture, Wellesley has been using this medium to share what he calls 'the uniqueness of Jamaica with the world' since April 2007.
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