Free as in freedom
All the music of John Option has been produced using only free software where “free” stand for freedom (see list of the software used by John Option). Free software is software that gives the user four freedoms: the freedom to use it without any limitation, the freedom to study how the software works through access to the source code, the freedom to change the software to suit their needs and the freedom to redistribute copies of the software without limitations and without violating the law. The music of John Option provides to those who download it the same freedoms. Anyone can download, listen to and play the songs of John Option without any restrictions. The recording tracks, from which the songs were produced by John Option, are freely accessible and you can use them to produce your own songs. Users may redistribute the music of John Option, individual tracks and remix any of the songs themselves, in absolute freedom. That’s why John Option is Approved for Free Cultural Works.
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And do you know where lies the difference?... It's in the monkey's perspective. While this song, has a monkey as the subject, a banana can be seen as a subject of monkey. I really like bananas... besides tasty, they are also an important source of potassium.... and, since I also like a lot of this song, I suppose that there's only one possible conclusion to take: there's also a peculiar similarity between the song and me. Yes!... There's a monkey inside of both. And, as it seems, they both love monkeying around. Bad monkeys... good music, though.
All of the sudden, I wouldn't relate this musical exercise with Italy, but... what the heck... life lasts only for two days, and this one already counts. Loved that initial vinyl noise detail, 'cause it really creates a good introduction to the consequent musical environment. A very nice track with a clear sound where both the vocals and instruments, even though interacting perfectly, can be easily identified. The only defect I fond, is the one related to all the good things... it lasts shortly. However, and unlike life, you can always play it again.