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  • fred wrote on June 15, 2009 report

    One day, I got a ticket to one of his concerts. The line was super long because someone had a heart attack, so they had to relocate that line where the guy had a heart attack to the other line so emergency crews could come. Then I bought some soda from a soda machine. It was the last one in the machine, so I felt lucky.
    Then, Adrian, the Argentinian pianist, came up. He didn't use any music. The song he played was so calm. It was a ballad(I think). What was even better was that it was all from his heart, where music comes from.
    You might not believe it, but there's a song in there even if you're not a musician. That song is your song, completely new, never done before, it describes your life and personallity. He amazed me how he could tap into it so easily.