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Salt
  • Artist: John R. Williamson
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479319556
  • Item #: SRD931955
  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 5/30/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Salt on CD

Here is some information about salt: let me preface this by saying that i think it is much more interesting for art to have a life of it's own than for the artist to be forced to pontificate on that which he has brought about. Furthermore, if i have any talent (and there are certainly no guarantees in that department) as a lyricist, it is certainly much greater than my talent as an interpreter or analyst. In other words, please take my words with a grain of salt and let your own clever mind take you further into this glorious improbable mess. 'salt' by John R. Williamson produced by daniel sinclair McCoy a crescent vale artifact in less than 60 minutes salt songs -- notes by the author: Houston when i was in high school, one of my friends was from Texas and he used to tell me about the intense racism which existed in Texas schools. He explained that there were factions of kids all against one another. So this song is about a group of people who have many things, but do not have love. It's enough this is about small things which make us content when we do not want for anything. Pan pacific this is about the complexity and depths of my love for ikuko. Just another truckstop this is about the crime of reductionism. More than the day before this is about love which grows through reality and time. The ayes have it this song is about trying to have a balanced life and to love someone in spite of the pressures of society. Potato the shape and face of the potato is like a misshapen world. This song is about ugliness of the world today. Smile this is a spiritual song, but it could also be a love song. A song for the body there are multiple bodies here. The protagonist and his lover, but also Christ's body and the body of the church. It celebrates the complete metaphysical reality of humanity and divinity which is certainly beyond our comprehension. Hold on to your hat this song is about righteousness and temptation on the journey of life. Too much nothing on our minds this is about the finite nature of human understanding. And the paradox of wisdom which comes either too late or to the 'holy innocents'--children. The sun without the shade this is about the developing of friendships and the 'coincidences' that bring us together and how particular truths about life are revealed by our friends. Sage has 2 meanings and both are intended herein. Raise me like a purple tuesday this is about the small things in life which show us something greater. How the unexpected lead us to greater understanding. Trapper dick this song is about the ego and the not so wonderful aspects of the sex drive as personified in a keatsian poet. Planning various topics, but again talking about grace in the form of a lover and hoping to have a good future. Spitfire a 'nonsensical' song about being one who leads others to the mysteries of life and the truths which are beyond the imagination of finite understanding. Snapdragon surprise This song is about being awakened to the reality of God and celebrating that in a relationship with another person. Everything to you this is about changes in life and struggles with being too self-conscious. Tasteless temptations this is about being discontent at a time when everyone else seems content. It is also about being unprepared and unsure of what is happening in life.