Monday, July 24, 2006


So the question used to ask myself in the process of musical creation is: how can this music affect in a way that causes to : go to that special place, and : allow these very special emotions : come out to play? In such a way that no matter how hard we try to deny that desire, it takes on a life of its own, compelling, vivid, real, where you’re prepared to take this stranger’s hand that leads you into the woods: yes, I want to step into this special place and explore something risky, exciting, dangerous, and to some potentially even life-changing.

And that’s really the only criterion by which it can be measured. There is really no other incentive.


theviirus said...

and i said to myself...hmm.
a "hmm..." of sly enlightenment.

h3o said...

a superb, but tantalising snippet. am in total agreement. would be delighted if you would say more about this. it's been a concern of mine for a very, very long time, and it comes as a wonderful suprise to see that it is a central concern of yours - although I had suspected *something* like it for some time.

Miss Kerry said...

sometimes you just know its the right thing to do.
so you DO IT