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Coming In For A Landing

November 21st, 2010 bpnirvana

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  1. John
    November 28th, 2010 at 20:40 | #1

    I have things to say. But I will have to find the time to say them. As always David your expression hits me deeply. My creativity for better or worse has turned the corner. It’s all about music now. What you might call Nu-Metal. I’m working everyday on it. My recording studio is setup. My six guitars beg me to play all of them – each one has it’s own personality. Each one has a name. Sometimes I write the lyrics, sometimes I work on the chord progression and work on the words that fit and express it within the drums and progression. I listened to Bach’s organ composition the the other day. It hit me to the core of my soul. I hope you are well. – John

  2. David
    November 28th, 2010 at 23:19 | #2

    Hey John, thanks for your comment…it’s as food for the artist’s soul and much appreciated. I did this piece the day I made the decision to relocate to Florida. I’ve made that trip many times over the last 10 years, visiting Penny and my family members. One of the things I never grow tired of, is looking out my window as we approach the airport as we come in for a landing. A powerful, moving image of the ubiquitous Intercoastal welcomes me toward the end of every flight I take there. Glad to see you’re devoting yourself to your music. I have a feeling this is also an incubation period for your visual creativity. I wouldn’t be surprised if the next time you create a visual art piece, you discover even deeper levels and greater appreciation for your masterful images. I wish I had the ability to create music as an alternative means of self-expression..what a gift.–David

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