What Part of Freedom... | Blues for the Sky

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Blues for the Sky

by What Part of Freedom...

“What part of freedom” produces songs which vary both in style and rhythm, but together with the lyrics, the selection will always attempt to entice the listener into the relevant mental and emotional landscape, and so could turn up under a variety of style headings.
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“Blues for the Sky” is What part of Freedom’s second release, after “Future World Sea” in December. Actually both songs are partly about how our internal wiring participates in the creation of our own reality - no-one’s saying that we can always help it right away if things aren’t great - but there’s a place we go when we don’t fancy risking any change, and maybe it’s best if we don’t stay there forever. You know, way past the point where your description of the surroundings is indistinguishable from the emotional package it represents. Sometimes it is just quicker and healthier to change the emotions than start packing, and the same location starts looking different. The Buddha said that there is no separation between the individual and his/her environment, so you can take your pick. This track works best in headphones, although it’s not too bad on car speakers. You could be an individual in that environment for a while.


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