Blake Hornsby: Teetering on the Edge of the Void
North Carolina's experimental fingerpicker Blake Hornsby's wonderful raga psych release 'Teetering on the Edge of the Void' covers Basho, Peter Walker terrain with a nice ode to his Appalachian countryside.
'This album is over a year’s work in progress for the final album in a conceptual trilogy by Blake Hornsby.
From the Himalayan Mountains to an apartment in a small mountain town to the holy city of Rishikesh to the breweries of North Carolina to the Appalachian foothills of Tennessee, this album was composed far and wide.
These songs are intended to help you reflect upon life.
These songs are intended to help you heal.
These songs are intended to provide some sort of meaningful experience,
From the intensity to the moments of bliss that emerge out of destruction.
This album is highly symbolic and is based upon the phenomenon that you are in control of your own reality.
Everything is you.
LOVE IS EVERYTHING IS LOVE'