“The Whole Of The Moon” — The Waterboys

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There’s a great Miles Davis quote… “I don’t play what’s there. I play what’s not there.” That’s what “The Whole Of The Moon” is all about.

Miles Davis never got around to explaining what he meant…after all, he did have to keep that legendary jazz innovator mystique going somehow…but I’ve always taken it to mean he tried to bring a quality to his performance that went far beyond faithfully…

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Without words, it’s just a nice tune. Add words — now you’ve got a song. And songs can change your world. I write about some that changed mine.

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No Words, No Song

No Words, No Song

Without words, it’s just a nice tune. Add words — now you’ve got a song. And songs can change your world. I write about some that changed mine.

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