One must prepare a comfortable seat with several cushions and embroidered covers, from all that is found in the house, like one who prepares a canopy for a bride. For the Shabbat is a queen and a bride. This is why the masters of the Mishna used to go out on the eve of Shabbat to receive her on the road, and used to say: 'Come, O bride, come, O bride!' And one must sing and rejoice at the table in her honor ... one must receive the Lady with many lighted candles, many enjoyments, beautiful clothes, and a house embellished with many fine appointments ...
"Marco Lucchi's 3-notch outing Mater Natura continues elongating the glorious tradition of Italian ambient and contemporary/modern classical music. More profoundly, it chimes in a highly spirited and mysterious manner with the aid of lengthy chords and little yet tectonic changes within lengthy compositions. The lengthy chords are accentuated and stretched even more due to indecipherable female vowels and gravity rejecting easiness. Just coming in and going out as if a panoramic soundtrack to a picturesque documental movie about Earth and the act of Creation. It is all about where mundane and divine amalgamate into one another to become a seamless whole. At least by Marco Lucchi's side it is very possible. The release is a part of the discography of Webbed Hand."
Now THIS is the ultimate Christmas-gift..! Deep, soothing, comforting, and above all: classic Steve! This will be on repeat a lot.. Hopefully this will come as a CD/vinyl-release as well! Thanks Steve and best wishes from the heart. Berkdrums