excellent March 16, 2009
Written by apleasantsymmetry
this is beautiful . is there a whole album associated with this track?
this sounds just a little bit like fripp and sylvian yet different .
a very touching piece .
i’ll buy the album if it exists .
It's not Crimson October 15, 2007
Written by spleevy
...nor do I think it should be. A little too ’polished’ for my taste with lyrics a bit too obvious. Still, it’s a pleasant listen.
Moving September 6, 2007
Written by InCRIMinator
This is a beautiful piece of work. I hope that we see some of this on the new Crim.
a precious holding August 30, 2007
Written by pcpaki
This invites me to feel more & more openly, as then the fruit is so sweetly peculiar and stamped with the personalities of qualities that move on and on, and away from us. Better that we paused to experience them as they were available and embrace-able, before becoming wisp-ties to memory. I feel his "letting go" here, as this entire musical moment resonates as cathartic and forward-moving. This is a beautiful space.
review August 27, 2007
Written by CaptainFisheye
A beautiful piece August 24, 2007
Written by sonnenberg
The song makes those moments live for us, and bring their influence into our lives as well. I’ll share this:
Rising to his hospital food,
my father praised the larded tray
with hoots and moans.
He tenderly eyed the fragrant peach,
his, grown in glory.
For days he’d slept, walking
the grey gardens of the nearly dead
then wakened: ravenous,
giddy with reprieve.
I held my sorrow like a winter acorn,
knowing yet that he was dying.
He, ravished, knew just this:
“I am alive.”
Thats IT! August 24, 2007
Written by Severance
This was like a flash back to 70s Crim to me with an eye towards the future that is now. (if that makes any sense). Wouldn’t it be nice to find Jakko’s vox and words included in the new and upcoming Crim? Bringing back the soft and spacey on wings anew? Songs that mean something and attach themselves to the courses of our lives and times for to play over and on. Were those truly the nights that wounded time?... Are they gone now, or is this perhaps the long awaited reply to an old crimheads long awaited request ?
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