Electronica and atmospheric soundtracks created to inspire and encourage awareness of ecological, environmental and humanitarian issues and to empower understanding.
By producer Glyn MacLean
(occasionally featuring vocals by Yulia MacLean.)
In order to find the right answers, we must first ask the right questions.
Perhaps if we begin to find better questions, we will find better answers.
When I consider the history of Peru, I consider the philosophical statement that the definition of insanity is to do the same thing and then to expect a different result. This is accompanied by the statement that if we always do what we have always done, we will always get what we have always got.
So we look to the past civilisations and our heritage to gain an understanding through history.
What does history teach us?
Many civilisations have exerted their will and their ideals against each other and many have used more valuable resources in the conquest of achievement than were available to sustain that civilisation.
It's an interesting thought.
Is it vanity and pride that leads human kind to use more resources than are available in the pursuit of conquest?
The most interesting question in my mind is...
"What do the people want?"
I hope that this music inspires you to consider, through the history of Peru, whether conquest is worth it any cost, if there is not enough left to be a victor of.
Enjoy the music.