Sitemap - 2019 - "Play It Like It's Music" by Trevor Exter
“I got on the 8:00 bus to come to New York, but the drum machine was on the 7:30”
"The audience doesn't care, they just want to see a gig!"
"It was in me from the beginning, but it was repressed."
"You just have to sit in a certain place."
"I was a freak. Kids like us are freaks."
“When I was young there were a lot of sixteen-year-old cellists...
"That song brought me so much joy. If I could play it, maybe I could replicate the joy.”
"Joy is kind of self illumination that allows people to see the world in better ways."
"We serve the public by digging down into something that's beyond words."
"What I lack in skill I make up for in discipline"
"I play my show and then I'm off to two other shows. I can never get enough of feeling enveloped by improvisation."
"You have to do it, like you have to do it all the time. That's the only way your thing is gonna take off."
"I don't know what I would do if I didn't play. It'd be very strange existence."
"I saw a church band, and then I saw Funkadelic. That was it."
"If you never do it, you can never say you failed at it."
Are you there, Ennio? It's me, Trevor
the cultivation of small delightful actions
Changes (a non-narrated musical post)