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Reflecting on the year's deaths
... for there are some people who are lucky enough to leave such a powerful mark on life that not even death can wipe them out. In this Year Of Death ... from [[Mention::Richard Davalos]] to [[Mention::Frank Finlay]] to [[Mention::Prince]] to my very dear friend [[Mention::Victoria Wood]] ... I struggled most of all with the death of [[Isao Tomita | TOMITA]], whose <B><I>Snowflakes are dancing</B></I> (RCA) I have listened to constantly for 40 years, especially on hard days of self-judgment. It is a recording that you can listen to repeatedly until you hear nothing else. All you need to do is to keep quiet. In a few minutes all the right answers come through and you will find that there had never been any reason, after all, to feel angry.
If you do not know this recording, I envy your first listen. Track 5 especially will stay with you for always, as the best music does ... never outside time. It might take you back to the lost years of personal honesty in music, when artists gave everything that they had and everything that they were.
20 December 2016.
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