Jas Walton – Face The Facts: Words By Alan Watts
- Figure & Ground
- US - Original
- Funk + Black Grooves + Jazz
Alan Watts is one of the most important interpreters of Eastern philosophy for his time and ours. If he were alive today, he'd probably subvert social media in the same way he helped to reinvent western culture in his own time. One day, his complete audio recordings will be obligatory for anyone coming of age in the new age. His books and recordings are a treasured artifact of his pervasive effect on our times and a magnet for all those that nearly know of him and dearly need to. His words are as relevant now as they were then.
This year, Alan Watts would have turn 100. We celebrate his centennial with "Face the Facts," a four-track EP that takes the recordings of Watts’s early seminar sessions and sets them in time to original music. Alan's wit and wisdom were first broadcast on radio stations in the Bay Area in the late ’50s and soon spread across America through public talks, tape recordings, books, and on screen. On his portable tape deck, Alan’s son Mark Watts captured hundreds of hours of his father’s seminar sessions. Years later he dug up these recordings and digitally remastered select gems for the series "The Essential Alan Watts" in the mid-’90s.
|A2.||Sound Of The Rain||Jas Walton|
|B1.||Face The Facts||Jas Walton|
|B2.||What About Background?||Jas Walton|
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