I decided that seeing as I am not particularly precious about the music I write, meaning I’ll probably never pay someone money to record it, or again, buy recording equipment to do it myself (well maybe, but no time soon) I thought I’d be raw & uncompromising & record songs on my phone.
I recommend turning any bass down, the thinner the better, time for treble then you’ll have no trouble enjoying what I am thinking sounds like Sun City Girls & Robbie Basho with the wisdom of Lao Tzu & St Francis of Assisi while they are having a drinking competition.

The chorus to Elephant in the room is taken from Marie Marshall’s poem Y. Thanks Marie.
Though I am not religious or spiritual I don’t know as there is a music more intense than devotional music, especially the raga. I am not a student of music, I play & experiment. I like anything unusual, unsettling, unexpected, I like curated fault & above all complex intensity. Improvisation allows me to attempt some of this.

Here is the link to Esoterrier Moon Faeces.

Posted by:danielpaulmarshall

After living in Korea for shy a decade, I find myself back in England, penalized for my turned back, awaiting a move to Exeter, where I will study an MA in English, with focus on environmental studies. These days I am reading inveterately, owing to my no longer living without the means to buy books & books & books. My reading interest lie in contemporary philosophy, ecology, ecological philosophy, object orientated ontology & speculative realism. These ideas are leaching into my poetry & essays.

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