I took a trip back in time yesterday.
I had the nerve to walk into Radio Shack and ask to buy a cassette tape player. Yeah, it made me feel old (and I eventually bought it at Walmart because it was half the price) but I am so glad I bought it.
Not only can I now get all my old original songs onto the computer (using today’s technology), but now I can get down song ideas on a recording device that will not make any demands on my song:
- I don’t have to arrange it.
- I don’t have to publish it.
- I don’t have to share it with the world.
- I don’t have to be perfect.
- It keeps it as music for me and doesn’t turn it into work.
I have had writer’s block for fourteen years; it set in after I put out my first CD, “Teach Me to Love.” Here’s hoping old technology (an old friend that helped me write over 300 songs over my life) can be a freeing thing.
“Welcome back my friend to the show that never ends!”
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