It Wuz & Still Iz Late Octobra
We all seem to be given a certain amount of time to play with as human beings on this planet. The question is : How do we spend this time? This is a question I've been aware of for the last 30 years. It's a question that has governed most of my life choices (or what seems to be my choices - that's still up for debate). I decided one day in 1975, downstairs in my old house in St. James, NY, after listening to Frank Zappa's mini opera, Billy The Mountain, that the creation of music was what I wanted to do full time. Music moved me in a way like no other art. It pushed all the right buttons. If I could sustain this great feeling, life would surely be a wonderful experience. For the most part, I was right. Living in the ether where music and all art for that matter, is in constant invention/realization is a cool place to be. Time becomes meaningless and pain is certainly not an issue. Through a myriad of elaborate circumstances I have been able to sustain an existence (75% of the time) in this ether and it certainly has afforded me to realize many of my cheap musical visions. It Wuz & Still Iz Late Octobra and it's sister disc Rubber Solstice, are yet more economic musical visions from a recording artist who has no regard for the music business. That's me!; once again screaming to be heard as we are all screaming to be heard on CDbaby... Boil that dust speck, boil that dust speck, boil that dust speck indeed!
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