Never pass up a chance to sit down or relieve yourself.
-old Apache saying
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Neal Schon has a release out called, "So U." There is a variety of music on it, but one cut in particular really stands out to me called "Exotica." For some reason, they made a video from the tune, but the band speaks randomly throughout it. You can see that they put some video effects to the tune, but they have not released an "official" non-speaking version. I do NOT understand this!
Regardless, you can get a feel for it. And crank it up.
I did find an uncut version, although it's just one of those "fan-made" videos and doesn't have the special effects. This tune makes me imagine the never-ending saga of humanity.
Terry Gross: "So when you left Mexico and were faced with a different part of the Catholic Church, did you consider going back or were you just done?"
Jorge Ramos (b. 1958): "No, I was done. I was done...once I started going to college, and once I realized that nobody really knows if there's afterlife, that there's really no explanation, no religious explanation on why children die, why children have cancer, why all the cruelty in wars happen, why all these terrible things that I've seen as a journalist. Once you realize that there's no religious explanation, then I really had no choice but to leave Catholic Church and I became an agnostic.