In this post I would like to explore the subjects of truth, mental health, suicide, music and of course parental alienation. a I have recently been listening to Chris Cornell’s 2015 album Higher Truth. And for me, the stand out … Continue reading The Higher Truth
“It’s not time to make a change, just relax, take it easy, you’re still young, that’s your fault, there’s so much you have to know.” Continue reading Father and Son
In a previous life, I used to be a drummer. Just for the record I refer to a previous period of my life, not as in reincarnation. Because a life prior to parental alienation and/or depression can seem like a … Continue reading Under Pressure
Since Chris Cornell’s death on 18th May 2017 I have been considering whether to write about it or not. I decided to reflect on this decision for a while and consider what it was I actually wanted to express, discuss … Continue reading Say Hello to Heaven
In 1998 Pearl Jam released their fifth studio album Yield. It marked a return to the band’s earlier straightforward heavier approach to albums. The stand out track is the soaring epic Given to Fly, a song that carries underlying themes of existence … Continue reading Given to Fly
In 1992 R.E.M. released their eighth studio album Automatic for the People. Back then I was a mere 18 years of age, living and growing up in North London. During this time my friends and I would meet outside the local offy … Continue reading Everybody Hurts
I am an avid music fan. I listen to it, I read about it and I play it. I like music to surround me like a soundtrack. I find music such a powerful medium. Music comforts me, it lifts me up, … Continue reading Some Days Are Better Than Others
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