Monday, 15 June 2009

Terry Oldfield - Zen, The Search for Enlightenment (1991)

Terry Oldfield - Zen, The Search for Enlightenment

Terry Oldfield - Zen, The Search for Enlightenment (1991)
10 MP3 | 320 kbps | Front Cover | New Age
Single CD | 123 MB | Label: Landy Star



Tracklist:
01...The Seeking.................5:08
02...Pointing to the Moon......4:59
03...Sharing the Path...............5:04
04...Duality.................................5:03
05...Inseparable Path...................5:07
06...Treading the Path.....................5:17
07...Echoes In the Void......................5:09
08...Anatta............................................5:05
09...See the Rtees! Smell the Blossom!...5:17
10...Transcending Time and Space........5:13


ABOUT TERRY
I was born to an Irish mother and an English Father in a Northern suburb of London called Palmers Green.
To break free from the conventions that society had placed upon me has been my aim ever since I was about 18 years old. Religion for me as a child was just another tedious subject at school, one that had a rather boring practical side, keeping me away from the important things like football and fishing. It was only when I came up against some of the unanswerable questions in life that my “Spiritual” quest began.
Traveling has led me to experience the great diversity of life on this planet. It was during a stay on the island of Hydra in Greece that I discovered the flute for the first time. I also travelled to Australia when I was 20 and began a relationship with the land downunder that has drawn me to live and work there .
Writing and playing music is a wonderful tool for me. It brings the whole maelstrom of thinking to a halt. I’m sure any artist would say the same, that the creative process is so rewarding in this way - That it reconnects or puts the creator in touch with himself, with that inexhaustible flow of energy and power that is always there,but only in this present moment which is eternity unfolding.
I find life more difficult and less meaningful if I can’t work. I have heard other artists say the same - not only musicians. I feel it is an energy - flow thing. I often wonder whether I would still write music if nobody ever listened.
And what of now - this ever elusive will o the wisp we call the present. Sometimes it carries me alive and kicking and other times I try to be carried but more often than not in the words of John Lennon ‘Life is what happens to me while I’m making other plans’




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