Posts Tagged ‘Brian Eno’


Sunday, September 11th, 2011

I have spent the last few months mending from surgery on my left ankle and learning how to walk again. It stemmed from a “slide in tumble, slide in stumble” I had late last December and it hasn’t been easy. It has given me a deeper understanding of what life must be like for someone who is permanently disabled, but finds a way to cope in the world.

For all practical purposes, I am temporarily disabled. I learned how to adjust my routine to enjoy life and found innovative ways to work with mobility devices. However, the reality is I knew that in the back of my mind I would be walking again. I think it’s having the knowledge of being temporary versus permanent is the key difference.

Music For Film

Saturday, November 15th, 2008

Today I am feeling very old school. The doc says my voice will be just fine with “west and welaxation at wast.” Well, I don’t think so but at least the prognosis looks good. I’ve been feeling very old school. I’m listening to one of favorite Eno compositions, Music for Film. Check out what he does with rhythm on the track “M386“. It’s somewhat somber, serious and moving at the same time. It feels very familiar to me and hopefully with you as well. Enjoy and discover Eno.