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Published on Sep 4, 2010
This track tries to tell you a story through music alone. When the music started, I felt like a baby has taken birth and its playing with nature. The chirping of birds and the ''childish'' music clearly bring the picture of a small child playing. Suddenly a soul-stirring violing starts and makes you realize that play time is over. Its for some serious stuff now. You can imagine the child has grown-up and doing more serious things in life. You can hear chants denoting that the child, now a man, got married. Then you hear war-like sounds that denote that the man has joined the army and fighting a war. The music ends on a sad note denoting that the soldier died in the war. Well, that was the story that came to my mind when I listened to this music. I am sure you will imagine your own story when you listen to the track. My point basically is that, the music is so inspiring and effective that it speaks to you and make you realize that life is full of ups and downs.
Here powerfully expresses the conflict between modern civilization and mankind. Inspired by the chirping of birds and crickets, and the rustling of the wind through bamboo thickets, man first cut himself a bamboo flute, and developed music. But those pastoral times passed as life became more complex and ever more industrialized; first the train, then the plane, then the jet helped speed the process. Today, we hear the roar of rocket engines blasting off for the stars. - On the one hand we seek relief from these pressures by reaching out to divinity through chants and mantras; on the other, we distract ourselves with disco music and earthly pleasures. Yet our society will self-destruct; and after the inevitable holocaust the musician will lay down his flute, unable any longer to play, convinced in spite of himself that music is, after all,