Lucid Now

by Devin Haas

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05:22
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04:12
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03:28
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10:02

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Title: Lucid Now
Completed: Spring 2003
Tracks:
1. Connection (4:44)
2. Starsuite Thirteen (8:27)
3. Technobubble (5:22)
4. Assemblage Point (2:37)
5. Quickening (4:12)
6. Fairymirror (3:28)
7. Lunavida (10:02)

Connection
always looking for an answer-put together what I see- memorize between the details- map the synchronicity- hear the voices ring together- those out of synch fall away- truth that shines out like sunlight- lightning up just one way- how many people live without it- how many places fall in line- fear will rule without love- we would change without time- how many people live without it- how many faces fall in line- fear will rule without love- we would change without time- all these visions of destruction- sound like fiction to me- when everything is again one- laugh at how easily we were deceived- feel your frequency pulsate- every color flavor or sound, a beat in the endless rhythm, a seed planted in the ground- how many people live without it- how many places fall in line- fear will rule without love- we could change without time

Technobubble
"Psychedelics are illegal not because a loving government is afraid that you'll jump out of a third story window. Psychedelics are illegal because they dissolve opinion structures and culturally laid down models of behavior and information processing. They open you up to the possibility that everything you know is wrong, and governments and society spend allot of money educating you into being a loyal worker, consumer, debt-payer, and citizen." -Terrance McKenna

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released March 17, 2003

All instruments and sequences composed/ performed by Devin Haas,
Except Assemblage Point which features Eric Mendez on guitar. Recorded at Run Rabbit Studios in Long Beach California (June 2002- January 2003) All content copyright 2003 Black X Music (ASCAP)

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Devin Haas Los Angeles, California

Devin Haas has been playing sitar since 1997. He was trained in Sikh Indian classical music tradition. John Wash IV is a graduate of Cal Arts and is classically trained in Indian music and many other types of percussion. Shan Ahmadi is a Tanpura player and teacher from Tehran Iran. The performers are currently based in Long Beach California. ... more

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Track Name: Connection
Connection
always looking for an answer-put together what I see- memorize between the details- map the synchronicity- hear the voices ring together- those out of synch fall away- truth that shines out like sunlight- lightning up just one way- how many people live without it- how many places fall in line- fear will rule without love- we would change without time- how many people live without it- how many faces fall in line- fear will rule without love- we would change without time- all these visions of destruction- sound like fiction to me- when everything is again one- laugh at how easily we were deceived- feel your frequency pulsate- every color flavor or sound, a beat in the endless rhythm, a seed planted in the ground- how many people live without it- how many places fall in line- fear will rule without love- we could change without time
Track Name: Technobubble
Technobubble

"Psychedelics are illegal not because a loving government is afraid that you'll jump out of a third story window. Psychedelics are illegal because they dissolve opinion structures and culturally laid down models of behavior and information processing. They open you up to the possibility that everything you know is wrong, and governments and society spend allot of money educating you into being a loyal worker, consumer, debt-payer, and citizen." -Terrance McKenna