“S.K.P… We make this music for you to use it and lose touch with the daily routine. Reality is too much, too much. Escape, Escape, Escape, Escape!”
First of all I love the usage of the jazz horn in the background. It gives a soul-ful and Bluesy backdrop with these fellas ambitious, ready-for-the-world delivery. They speak as though they’ve done this many times before and with clear distinction. In the beginning a guy is sitting at the bus stop, minding his own business when four guys come up, ful
There’s something about the rise and fall in mellow, medium tone songs that work me inside. Maybe there’s more to me than I realize from my usual description of “Optimistic”. Variety is always and will always be my favorite.
I’m digging the guitar strumming in this song with the thump of the drum at certain intervals and how it has me wondering what’s “wrong?” He sounds wayward and forlorn in his presentation. I’m anticipating in the beginning what the “new way home” could mean as he’s driving ar
Kudos to the NAACP for having won a major victory in Texas in the ongoing fight against the rep-ugh-blicans efforts to drag us backwards into the 19th century: the federal court struck down the Texas Voter ID law, stating it unfairly discriminated against “communities of color and was, therefore, in vioilation of Section 5 of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.”
Hopefully this will send a clear signal to other states that are trying t