A Picture of Paris/Albert’s Square

 

Halley's CometNow the second act is Piccadilly and the traveler turns introspective.  This dimension of the triptych reveals the emotions of the traveler unmoored from familiar places.  It is the mind of the outsider, the observer, the seeker of unknown locations.  A Picture of Paris starts innocently enough with cheap furnishings of naugahyde and “checking the couches for change given up and died.” then “candles can only light so much” as the traveler tries to assimilate. Albert’s Square presents the unique perspective of the traveler and recalls the atmosphere of Beatles and how many holes it takes to fill the hall and “Penny Lane” and reflected light and shadows. “Royal smiles for miles.”

Listen to A Picture of Paris here. Listen to Albert’s Square here.

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