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DolceVita11 March 2012 at 3:37pmPosts: 2330 (0 today)Status: offline
Hi, human and artistic message of Peter's Music and songs are always very important.
The human society is always subject to change: social, cultural, historical, economic , technological and so on. . .
Does this will produce a different way to perceive the artistic message of Peter?
Or , maybe, Peter will "speak", trought His Music, also to future generations?
What do you think about?. . .
(sorry for english errors, thanks).
DolceVita13 March 2012 at 8:24amPosts: 2330 (0 today)Status: offline
No one?. .. . ok, i try to answer. . .to myself
I find an answer in lyrics of "Intruder", because Peter says:
"Intruder's happy in the dark
Intruder come and leave his mark".
I think a true Artist like Gabriel always leaves an indelible mark which open all doors of our souls and our minds.
This is not a material mark, but it's a fluid that vibrates. . . like a string of a violin that you flick to receive a sound. (no matter what time you leave)
GRAZIE PETER .. . !!
14 March 2012 at 8:06amPosts: ( today)Status:
I have nothing to add except that as I first began to listen to Peters music when it became rhythm based, the earlier stuff only resonated with me in retrospect. It is only now that I feel I am beginning to appreciate it in its entirety. And yes, thank you Peter....