Trying to get back to normal...
Since Friday evening I haven't really been in the mood to listen to Musicwhich is, well, unbelievable. I've always thought that no matter the situation, there would be some song I could put on to make things better.
Like so many others I've been glued to Facebook, Twitter and the television in order to receive (and pass along) information regarding the earthquake, tsunami and most recently the nuclear reactor situation. I've even done a couple of TV interviews (via Skype) for a local station in my hometown of Detroit. The past 55 hours have been anything but normal.
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About an hour ago I was just chatting with a few Twitter friends about how I need to get back to normal.
How, I need to get back to Music.
Shortly after that, my man Fathom 9 blessed me with some goodness. I've mentioned before that I have no idea when this guy sleeps as he's always making Music. His latest collection of 13 instrumentals we're all created in the last 24 hours. Yes, the last 24 hours.
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Posted in Music Post Date 05/14/2017