So, it always seems like I've just posted something, but the weeks get away from me. There have been a few little musical projects that I've stopped and started during May, but none have reached a state suitable for posting. For now they go into the massive folder of half-done projects that I'll sort through in a couple of months on an evening when the muses are particularly distant.
Tonight I've got another new song to post. Everyone gets overwhelmed and confused from time to time, and while it's not a good feeling to wallow in, it is humbling. It's a pleasing thought to imagine a life with a clear path always in front of me, but I think the reality would be disappointing. This song was an attempt to convert those thoughts to ones and zeros, suitable for storage and transmission.
It really is amazing that we manage to live as long as we do. A vast number of mechanical, chemical, electrical, and thermal conditions must be preserved to keep our bodies ticking. And a significant chunk of our time is taken up by things that our bodies tell us we need to do to continue the process. But then, what are we to do with the time and energy that remains? Good things, right? But that's quite hard for us to figure out on our own. So many of the initial conditions that help determine the ultimate effects of our actions are unknown to us.
So, here's the song that resulted from that soup of thought. The annoying distorted glissing with delay in the background is slide guitar. What? You haven't tried that before? Well, you've got to eat it all if you want dessert. And that's final.
Enormity by are.kay.more
There are rougher edges on this one than I typically like to leave, but I'd hate to have a month go by with only one post. Maybe I'll apply fixes later and upload an improved version in the future.