Who Really Cares How The Music Sounds?
by: Nuwri Ghostleaf
Before I begin,let me make this perfectly clear, I’m not shooting for literary correctness,I write strictly from the heart and the majority of the time,straight to the point depending on the subject matter.I’m not trying to win a literary prize for I know those awards mainly go to writers who’s ambitions are New York Times Washington Post Wall Street Journal kind of honors.
With all due respect to ALL eyes that see read and hear this,no disrespect to your intelligence,I just want to have Written Verbal Conversations with you as the friend I see you as. Punctual correctness typos and the like,are not something in a natural conversation, but expressions of verbal discourse are acceptable within reasonable respect.Sincerely: Nuwri Ghostleaf
We are experiencing some of the saddest times in music history when it comes to creativity in comparison to days of old Heart felt story telling in music and artists loyalty to the arts as we know and love as music. With the older artists generationally speaking, are dying off and or retiring from the FAKE game called artists of today heavily depending on collaborations and AI music help. We have to ask the question would we be better off letting AI take over the fading industry? I mean, Who Really Cares How The Music Sounds?
I recently experienced one of the worst displays of non performances by one of today’s beloved so called artists, where he performed 2 songs and a 30 minute RANT dissing other artists and politics of the world. The sadness of it all was the expressions on the faces of the $150 + ticket buyers faces. A drop of the mic after telling the reporters they would have a field day with what’s about to happen and then the Bomb was dropped (mic) and exit stage left he was gone, show over.
I’m gonna keep this short, but look for more on the near future because the buying public deserves better. After all, if this is what the music public is willing to except, then Who Really Cares How The Music Sounds? is a real question in search of an answer.
My suggestion to real music lovers, go see ALL the old school shows you can while what’s left of the great artists that are here are still alive and well. It’s fun and besides it’s the good music YOU milliennials grew up on that ya parents had you listening to before the deliberate musical destruction led by the powers that be, who knew they would capture an audience by controlling what they heard and bought. Unknowing to them that this mental deception was taking place. Like my dear musical friend, The Silver Conductor says in his hit “Change UP” is truly what is needed in the industry we all so dearly love.
The yearning for great music like what Prince and Michael still had in store for us to enjoy, but we all know why the powers that be wanted them gone. Whatever your love of music is, find and indie artist and support him, her or them, for they are the NEW music industry.
Nuwri Ghostleaf (amazon.com)