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Perhaps the new and improved sound of Without a Home will turn the tide with the local masses. The songs are great and the production is spot-on. Perhaps this could be the one that makes it all worthwhile. Or maybe not.
"This could be the last record," he says. "And if I went back to work, I would quit music altogether. I would never pick up a guitar and write songs again."
Yet moments later, Altobelli's mood lifts and he talks of beginning work on a new record.
"I am going into the studio soon to record a couple of songs," he says, "but I do not want to say that I am making a record because the thought of making a record makes me ill right now."