Music and Peace

I see people posting their favorite bands and music online all the time and I post a few here and there.

I’ve always been a huge fan of The Cure.

I found out about them when I was in Europe in the 80s. They were my first concert. I have nearly everything they’ve ever put out, and that includes a lot of the bootleg stuff out there. But I’ll never have it all, and that’s okay.

I love 80s rock, pop, rap, goth, etc. The music from that time is close to my heart. I grew up during it, and nearly every song will spark a memory.

In the 90s, I got into grunge and moodier darker stuff. Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, all of it! I still listen to all the genres and bands I’ve mentioned regularly.

But if be lying if I said all of those were my favorite music in the world.

No. I never post my favorite music because people I tho k people would think it’s weird.

I love the violin. The sound goes through me straight to my bones. It gives me peace.

But the one violinist that really gets to me is Eugene Drucker. I often put this album on at work and slip in my earbuds. It changes the world and the work considerably.

I listened today while I was out doing errands. I have to be careful because this will put me into a zone where I don’t have a care in the world. Everyone needs something that can put them in a place like that.

That’s it. That’s the post.


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