Jazz at Rocco’s this autumn!
Sep, Oct & Nov, 2012
Popular jazz crooner Andy De Campos
Andy and pianist
Rick Maltese return to
Rocco’s Plum Tomato Trattoria
three times this fall!Enjoy Andy and his pianist’s song stylings of your favourite standards in a cozy atmosphere.
Saturday, September 15,
Saturday, October 13 and
Friday, November 16
Rocco’s is well known for it’s fine dining, but Andy says they have the best veal sandwich anywhere within a 100 km radius!
Rocco’s: 164 The Queensway, Toronto, ON M8Y 1J2
For more information about Andy De Campos, please visit: www.andydecampos.com
at 6:30 pm.
Roasted Garlic SaladMarguerita Pizza
(yes the pizza is that good you’ll still think this simple one is the best – ask for the thin crust slightly toasted)Lamb Chops
(when available)Stuffed Chicken
(my piano player likes it!)
Surrender to Your Arms singer Maia Kuze with Rick Maltese on piano cover art by Karl Schantz My lonely spirit Needs you to guide me To stand beside me But I still fear you. Will I surrender to your arms? My heart has weakened My heart has wandered My constant longing Please come and save me. I will surrender to your arms. When I let down my guard will you be there? These are the thoughts I’m saying in a prayer. Will my faith completely save my soul? Is there room for you inside my world? You are eternal. I’m only mortal. Will I learn all your ways? The gifts you’ve shown me There’s so much beauty It might just heal me To surrender to your arms. credits: released 01 August 2012 Words and Music by Rick Maltese © 2011 Sung by Maia Kuze Piano by Rick Maltese
Dear God is something I put together about 2000.
It would be great if it were done for electric guitar and orchestra.
Lessons Learned words and music by Rick Maltese © 2011 There's so much more to life than living lives apart. We all are blessed with what it takes. How do we start? To find the path to make it work, open your heart. Open your heart and once again, Open your heart these are the Lessons Learned. When justice will not show it's face, open the door. The waves don't stop when they have found their way to shore. Just pray once more and once again, just pray once more. Just pray once more, and pray again. Just pray once more. These are the lessons learned What seems like just an ember fading in the dark. In time the light will shine so bright, a fixed mark. If over time the light should fade, just save a spark Just save a spark, and once again, Just save a spark these are the lessons learned.