the times, they are a changin'
r i c e p a p e r d a n c e r
Searching for the Sunrise
this changes - everything - so crisp, becoming clearer. welcoming the bigger picture.
We all deserve a home - a place we can call our own - safe and abundant. Some things ... are timeless. Certain photographs.
The one's we always return to - because looking at them -
makes us feel good.
I am astounded with what is going on right now. There are so many angry people in the world - particularly in America where entitlement is rampant and where greed prevails. That being said; there are those who know that it's time. A shift in the direction of the wind, only because of the volume of our newfound disposition - tirelessly seeking peace - restitution - a balancing of the world's psycho-spiritual budget. I pulled this track up recently, inspired by events transpiring and am compelled to contribute. Quite simply put - there is a growing consciousness globally that is moving me in a big way - only in that this would appear to be a time when changes are gaining ground and it being obvious that it's just a matter of time - before we find our home again.
Ricepaper Dancer was originally recorded in 1985 and was featured on my second A&M/Univeral Music album - Searching for the Sunrise, then on my subsequent independent album - Night Parachuting. It was the opening/closing theme for the nationally syndicated evening contemporary instrumental radio program, "Steps Ahead" from 1988-1991. I am pleased to present you with a visual to the music, assembled here at home in a few hours today, September 27th, 2015.
This is my way of saying thank-you for listening.
flute by Jody Terio
alto sax by Jon Panchyshyn