Originally Posted by tore
Something interesting (imo) is I feel the gloom of this album comes from an even deeper underlying sadness which is not allowed to express itself fully. It's almost like the whimsical and cryptic lyrics which interestingly juxtaposes it comes from a fear of embracing that sadness fully.
Not sure if this makes sense to anyone but myself, but that's how I feel. Considering the place Wyatt was at in his life, maybe that makes sense?
No question. Melancholy and beautiful at the same time. For me, I guess depending on my mood this album conjours up different emotions from sorrow to gratitude. It seems like a never ending search for...