Excellent! I got to extend availability of Naiad Theme on iTunes, Amazon & many more digital stores for another year thanks to Sherry Sherrard-Jackson and Cliff Francoeur! Below find a convenient player widget to use for prelistening and sharing. Thanks so much, guys!
Upon my asking, these old analog photos emerged from the vault of my home folks’ personal nostalgia collectibles: Pictures from the first ever public gig I played with the first band I played in. We called ourselves ‘Icarus’, which is the name of an ancient Latin myth figure, who builds himself wings to fly. Upon drawing too near to the sun, his wings made in part of wax melt from the heat and he fatally falls to the ground. Errrm… what were we thinking when picking that name…?
This is totally awesome! The principles governing music explained from a scientific point of view and experience. Wow!
Here’s a quick note to let you know that I’ve decided to keep MC# around on iTunes and other digital stores. I have updated my music page accordingly, where you can conveniently follow the links to the respective stores for digital download.
Thanks for your continued support, folks!
Must be the scorpio in me that drives me to get to the bottom of things as far as possible. So as large parts of the world’s population get ready to reassure themselves of a narrative of hope, I’d like to pay my respects to that phenomenon by coming from a much different angle, albeit arriving at similar conclusions as articulated in the Gospel (short for “good spell”). I just treated myself to this fine interview with one of the most brilliant researchers of our time, Dr. Stuart Hameroff, whose research results offer a plausible ‘vehicel’ for the accuracy of the Gospel coming from a strictly scientific angle and employing nothing but hard evidence which his lifelong and recent work has provided (next to the results of adjacent or related research).
There still isn’t any die-hard ‘proof’ for the truth of the Gospel and its message of hope. BUT – there is more and more evidence even in the realm of researchers firmly based in materialism that we are indeed “the light of this world”. Personally, the Gospel scares me more than it provides comfort. I don’t exactly know why and how that is, but that’s how I’ve been feeling about it pretty much from the beginning. Nonetheless, to all of you out there, who like to question everything like I do and rely on their own thinking instead of that of others, treating yourself to this very fascinating interview with Prof. em. Dr. Stuart Hameroff might add a new aspect to the message of hope coming from the Easter Ascension narrative. If nothing else, I think it’s very inspiring reading. Enjoy!
I am deliberating to discontinue having my individual tracks availble on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and other popular digital stores and upload an EP instead (five tracks so far, they’ll go for 4,99 on iTunes as far as I know – I can’t set the price, they do). The other option is to let availability of my music expire on iTunes, Amazon & others and rely on Google Play and bandcamp instead.
Pls. check the below options for answers, which will be completely anonymous. If you got a minute to spare, I’d appreciate you helping me out on making this decision Thanks for your support!
As a mini reward, here’s one of the tracks we’re talking about: