The Future Of Making Music

God wants to keep people enthused for all eternity, and explained to me that artists will be able to work with viable producers whom they can connect with, and won’t be managed by the current trend of sound wizards who are primarily there to make sure they reach the audience fully.  Certainly, artists will want to connect with their fans, yet they will need to perform their own type of styles, and shouldn’t worry about the general public as much, ie the critics.  They should focus on making their music as art, just as Sir Cervantes penned Don Quixote and Van Gogh brushed the Night Cafe the best possible.

Many of our record albums will have to go, as God wants to keep the finest with us.

I’ve included a sample list of albums that get the nod from God, and it’s possible only 27.8213% will carry over to the Kingdom Of Utopiac Funny And Beautiful World.  Yet, we will have our share of hopefully 25,000 records to choose from which will be created during the next 15.12 billion years. Then, perhaps, another 2,500 albums added after 84,311 quintillion years, assuming our artists fare well coming up with more original sound.

Michael Jackson – Thriller
Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin
The Who – Tommy
Pink Floyd – The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
U2 – The Joshua Tree
Fleetwood Mac – Mr. Wonderful
Ramones – End Of The Century
R.E.M. – Reckoning
Cheap Trick – Heaven Tonight
Rollins Band – Hard Volume
David Bowie – Low
Kiss – Kiss
Elton John – A Single Man
Falco – Einzelhaft
Rush – A Farewell To Kings
Coldplay – Parachutes
Boy George – This Is What I Do
Faye Wong – Shirley Wong
Van Halen – Women And Children First
Madonna – Madonna
Green Day – Kerplunk
Men At Work – Cargo
Ravi Shankar – Three Ragas
Captain Beefheart – Trout Mask Replica
Seal – Human Being
AC/DC – Back In Black
Caetano Veloso – Estrangeiro
Bob Dylan – Blonde On Blonde
Alisa – Shabash
Deep Purple – Deep Purple In Rock
Del McCoury Band – The Mountain
Genesis – From Genesis To Revelation
Brian Eno – Here Come The Warm Jets
Sanulrim – Daytime Hourglass
Willie Nelson – Laying My Burdens Down
Nick Cave – The Good Sons

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