” I was raised on pop music. “


” I think we’re returning to more of the original vibration of music and creativity through the removal of this distortion called the music industry. That’s where we’re heading. And it’ll cut out a lot of music if people ever expected to make money. “


” When I made my way across childhood to the tinny AM radio, it was dark. Lights out. I listened intently. More intently than I ever had before. Something was speaking to my unformed-ness like a long lost friend. Something that I had never met but forgotten nonetheless. I was ‘realizing’ that music was ‘different’ from other things in life. “


” I am a musician. I didn’t know I would be so when I was young. I do know that I have always heard music in my head that I wasn’t hearing somewhere else and I ‘needed’ this music. And obedient to the laws of nature, I created into this vacuum. “


” If you ask someone if they like music, they look at you strangely. It seems to be a universal given. Like asking someone if they like breathing. It is like breathing. Or air, rather. Flowing without and within. A matrix within which our lives are set. The setting for the tableware of our beings. “


” Music is gathering. Taking our scattered thoughts and senses and coalescing us back into our core. Music is powerful. The first few chords can change us where no self-help books can. “


” Since the music industry cracked and fell apart, gasping for the cash flow it had come to expect, much re-thinking has been the order of the day. It is a fine time to be a musician. Like walking through Sodom and Gomorrah while it is still smoking, on your way to the next gig. “


” Music is all about training in harmony, training to understand and use musical energy for our greater pleasure by attuning to the natural laws of the universe. “


” I started feeling it was wrong to withhold my music for money – as strange as that might sound! “



All 9 Jane Siberry Quotes about Music in picture


I was raised on pop music.
I think we


When I made my way across childhood to the tinny AM radio, it was dark. Lights out. I listened intently. More intently than I ever had before. Something was speaking to my unformed-ness like a long lost friend. Something that I had never met but forgotten nonetheless. I was
I am a musician. I didn
If you ask someone if they like music, they look at you strangely. It seems to be a universal given. Like asking someone if they like breathing. It is like breathing. Or air, rather. Flowing without and within. A matrix within which our lives are set. The setting for the tableware of our beings.
Music is gathering. Taking our scattered thoughts and senses and coalescing us back into our core. Music is powerful. The first few chords can change us where no self-help books can.
Since the music industry cracked and fell apart, gasping for the cash flow it had come to expect, much re-thinking has been the order of the day. It is a fine time to be a musician. Like walking through Sodom and Gomorrah while it is still smoking, on your way to the next gig.
Music is all about training in harmony, training to understand and use musical energy for our greater pleasure by attuning to the natural laws of the universe.
I started feeling it was wrong to withhold my music for money - as strange as that might sound!
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