Mitchell Thomas | Air Plain

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Air Plain

by Mitchell Thomas

A blend of rock, jazz, world and hip hop using raw and acoustic instruments, Mitch traveled to The Gambia in West Africa to learn the kora, a 21 string harp-lute, and then to southern Spain to learn flamenco guitar before forming his own sound.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Gonna Happen Again
4:33 $0.99
2. Adam and Eve
4:07 $0.99
3. Making Life
2:07 $0.99
4. About These Things
3:31 $0.99
5. I Don't Care
3:57 $0.99
6. Triste
4:34 $0.99
7. No More Time to Think
3:48 $0.99
8. Air Plain
3:55 $0.99
9. The World Is Cold (Bye Polar)
3:27 $0.99
10. Call My Name (Babies for Better i Deals)
3:55 $0.99
11. The Fan (Air Born)
9:49 $0.99
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Album Notes
‘Air Plain’ is what is felt, but not seen. Air allows music to vibrate, travel, and ultimately reach our ears. It’s what we breathe, and without it, we couldn’t physically exist. ‘Air Plain’ represents what we live within, and ultimately can’t live without. It’s the level where thoughts and emotions exist, where love exists. It is a plain that is lighter, more transparent, less dense, and of a finer and higher vibration than material objects. In this way, music lives in this plain, and so does the human consciousness and heart. This record represents a journey to this plain, arriving to and coming from our origin, love. The songs have their own independent meaning, but also, somewhat unintentionally, have come to serve as cooperative layers in the concept of the record.

‘Gonna Happen Again’ is followed by ‘Adam and Eve’, which begins the journey of human consciousness through our Earth plane. ‘Making Life’ shows us that sex, love, and intimacy is at the root of survival and is perhaps the closest physical act to bliss and love that we have on Earth. Arriving into 21st century culture, ‘About These Things’ addresses what we don’t talk about in both relationships and in the media, which then serves to help both artists and comedians to shed light in indirect and un-abrasive ways. ‘I Don’t Care’ then addresses the indifference that occurs as a survival mechanism in a world of over-stimulation and clockwork de-sensisitzation. The chorus of ‘Triste’ translates to ‘Sad is to live in solitude”, and in this concept it addresses individualism, stressed especially in America, which causes a feeling of isolation and separation in the world.

‘No More Time To Think’ is essentially a call of action to return home, and reminds us that we don’t have any more time to waste, and that together we must act now with love and kindness if we are to save ourselves from material and physical ruin. ‘Air Plain’ is that home. ‘The World is Cold (Bye Polar)’ is self-explanatory, and ‘Call My Name (Babies For Better i Deals)’ addresses the stifling of creativity of our babies and children in order to fall in line with society and materialism, and is calling for a better world by and for our wiser and more intelligent children. ‘The Fan (Air Born)’ is about music saving somebody’s life, and that something of a higher reality, music, helps to give birth to a new way of living amidst the harsh realities of being human.

Let’s have a revolution so that we can save our planet, education, workers, wallets, and our caring for the children and the elderly.



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