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"Kathia devoured the crow upon her left shoulder and cried for him", es un álbum conceptual de carácter acústico compuesto en su totalidad por el artista y compositor Johann Sebástian.
El álbum gira al rededor de Kathia y su contraparte masculino, quienes si bien se ven envueltos en situaciones que deben ser vividas por un ser humano, son en realidad ideales inspirando, por un lado, Kathia, todo lo que jamás se había deseado con tanta fuerza por una consciencia, por una mente, y al mismo tiempo denota la banalidad y el sin sentido de su búsqueda.
Y por otro lado la contra-parte que en la necedad característica de la raza humana, busca por todos los medios su encuentro sin importar el sufrimiento que le genere.
Inspirado en la duda existencial, clara alegoría al pensamiento Dostoievskiano.
"Kathia devoured the crow upon her left shoulder and cried for him," is a concept album of acoustic character composed entirely by the artist and composer Johann Sebastian.
The album revolves around Kathia and her male counterpart, but although they are involved in situations that should be experienced by a human being, are actually ideals, inspiring, in one hand Kathia, all that had ever desired so hard by the consciousness, by the mind, and at the same time denotes the banality and meaninglessness of their search.
On the other hand the counter-part, in the characteristic stupidity of the human race, look by all means her encounter, regardless of the suffering that this generates it
Inspired by existential doubt, clear allegory thought Dostoevsky.
With a detuned guitar. As imperfect as his guest.
Con una guitarra desafinada. Tan imperfecta como su anfitrión.
Gracias por escuchar.
Thank you for listen.
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Added on 14 Jan 2017
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