MP3 Nara Inder X - Goodbye Elizabeth Taylor
The song is a commentary on the absurd state of affairs that inflicts our Earth. The symbolic passing of Liz Taylor who played the role of Cleopatra (The African Queen) , at a time when Western forces are taking military action upon African soil.
1 MP3 Songs in this album (4:07) !
Related styles: Electronic: Electronica, Pop: Euro-Pop, Mood: Quirky
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Music is a difficult thing. To wear your heart on your sleeve - as much as that. To expose yourself completely to what the World is showing you, and then to mirror and reflect that with some sense of musical coherence - can be a very long and tortuous process of self discovery! The path has been a difficult and winding one for me - it has not been easy. To get to this point of actually releasing my own music without fear, with total integrity, with a sense honesty, and to say something that is worthwhile about our World, about each other, about the fragility of the Human condition - has not been easy. My music attempts to reflect the absurdities in life, the glaring paradoxes, and balance these out with all that is everlastingly beautiful in life. My music aims to be startling and electrifying, and unabashed in facing oneself in that mirror of life! My music is poetic and beautiful too - even though my first release "Goodbye Elizabeth Taylor" may appear kinda brutal and harsh, there is an underlying sense of the poetic as seen in lines such as "Whose Afraid of Mike Nichols" and "What if.. Elizabeth Taylor came back as the Queen of Libya" ;- my work abounds with allusion and subtle reference, metaphor and high symbolism. There will be other future releases that will show more the sensitivity of the Self. For now I give you a commentary, in the song "Goodbye Elizabeth Taylor", on the absurd state of affairs that the World faces today with the ever looming multiple crises in the Middle East, the interventionist policies of collective nations, the clash of cultures, uprisings, and the crumbling demise, decay and death of the "Golden Era" to which such icons as Elizabeth Taylor once belonged - all melt into one in this song! This song serves to indicate further what my music is about : to sing about both the terrible and beautiful illusions of life, set against the impermanence of the Immortal Soul: what if Elizabeth Taylor came back as the Queen of Libya?