I let your text set the tone before I pushed "play." I prepared myself for "...something mildly primitive, perhaps not even from this planet."
And so that's what I heard, and my active imagination easily had me stepping into an alien landscape where the terrain was definitely supporting life forms--if I could only manage to recognize their unfamiliar shapes as "life."
I've decided there's something in those ancient Redwoods, transmitting some rather potent messages to you.
The ongoing saga... lol -- pleased to hear Wasada has grown
an additional appendage, so to speak.
It seems to be a trend, er, growing out of this thread that
there's something in this piece that evokes the emergence of
life forms from an unfamiliar terrain... to which I concur.
Darned interesting, and slightly unsettling, effect, I must say!
Richard, a technical note -- and I'm not sure if this would
help, hurt, or be completely irrelevant: on some of the very
low work, I wonder if a bit of fiddling with articulation might
lend a little more clarity to it... to my ear, it seems to ask