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Published on May 29, 2010
As the name might imply, this was a recording I did in the vein of 'artistic expression', in that I wanted to try and put through my guitar some of the emotion and various frustrations I had been experiencing in life. To do this, I played while improvising everything. I didn't practice or write out anything; I often missed chords, notes, and even stopped the rhythm a few times. At one point, you can even hear it as if the guitar was actually laughing at me. But in life, sometimes it's not about perfection, or our concepts of it. Sometimes, it's good to be able to live through the present moment and enjoy it the best you can.
Quotations used are excerpts from J. Krishnamurti's 'Fourth Talk at Amsterdam', given in 1955. Visit the online repository for his teachings here: www.jkrishnamurti.org