And that was a true turnover for him. He started writing songs soon after he heard "Don't think twice it's allright". The very next day he bought a guitar and started fingerpicking. It was a mighty experience.
He learned from itself. After few months, the songs just came out. Many, many new songs. Through his chatartic and emotional tales of anger, passion, love, theft and bad wine, he finally rediscovered himself and formed Waterwine in early 2005.
He plays music that is something like Nick Drake after meeting Ryan Adams after late night drinking. The leading force behind this creation is Al Montana. He writes songs, sings and plays the guitar. He's a man with a vision, a vision of unique music style, which he named cathartic pop-rock. All songs are played with guitar he bought when he was studying.
The guitar cost about 40 $ and is really hard to play because it produces strange noises. http://www.myspace.com/waterwine Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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