Around the summer of 2010 in St. Augustine I started to wake up at 6 or 7 am in order to have some time alone. I'd make coffee and then I'd mess around on my acoustic for a couple of hours, either on standard tuning or open C. It became a sort of cathartic ritual. I enjoyed the soothing effect of the lower C droning against my belly and chest. I cherish the memory of playing these pieces because they offered respite in a hostile world and taught me that music can be a conduit for inner peace and resistance when things aren't going so well.
released April 5, 2015
Emilio Santoro: Acoustic Guitar
Chris Bowcutt: Acoustic Guitar in "You Are In Forever"
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