Friday, January 25, 2008

Why free jazz?

True art is about emotions. True music is about emotions. Few musical genres have the power to unleash all emotional reactions, and free jazz is certainly one of the richest.

Happy
Festive
Contented
Relaxed
Calm
Satisfied
Serene
Comfortable
Peaceful
Joyous
Ecstatic
Enthusiastic
Inspired
Glad
Pleased
Grateful
Cheerful
Excited
Cheery
Lighthearted
Buoyant
Carefree
Surprised
Optimistic
Spirited
Vivacious
Brisk
Sparkling
Merry
Generous
Hilarious
Exhilarated
Jolly
Playful
Elated
Jubilant
Thrilled
Restful
Silly
Giddy
Eager
Keen
Earnest
Ardent
Avid
Anxious
Proud
Excited
Desirous
Sad
Sorrowful
Unhappy
Depressed
Melancholy
Gloomy
Somber
Dismal
Heavy-hearted
Quiet
Mournful
Dreadful
Dreary
Flat
Blah
Dull
In the dumps
Sullen
Moody
Sulky
Out of Sorts
Low
Discontented
Discouraged
Disappointed
Concerned
Sympathetic
Resolve
Choked up
Embarrassed
Shameful
Ashamed
Useless
Worthless
Ill at ease
Weepy
Vacant
Hurt
Injured
Isolated
Offended
Distressed
Pained
Suffering
Afflicted
Worried
Crushed
Heartbroken
Cold
Upset
Lonely
Desperate
Tortured
Pathetic
Angry
Compassionate
Resentful
Irritated
Enraged
Furious
Annoyed
Inflamed
Provoked
Sullen
Indignant
Irate
Wrathful
Cross
Sulky
Bitter
Frustrated
Grumpy
Boiling
Fuming
Stubborn
Belligerent
Confused
Awkward
Bewildered
Fearless
Encouraged
Courageous
Confident
Secure
Reassured
Hardy
Proud
Impulsive
Concerned
Fascinated
Engrossed
Intrigued
Absorbed
Excited
Doubtful
Unbelieving
Skeptical
Distrustful
Suspicious
Dubious
Uncertain
Questioning

So, that's quite a lot to express.

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