Peggy Finston | Dream Makers, Always

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Dream Makers, Always

by Peggy Finston

A bluesy reflection about how our dreams propel us through life.
Genre: Country: Country Blues
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My first version of Dream Makers was 2009, part of my first album "Inside Me to You." I loved the first verse, but couldn't think of a second. The song was finished with a piano instrumental.

Years passed and I made several attempts at other verses and choruses. My 71st birthday was looming. (71 definitely dwarfs 70, not just by the year, but by the change in consciousness which comes with absorbing a new "decade identity.") I'd become impatient. By now, I should know what else to say. My answers were in the beginnings of my other attempts. I just needed the proper motivation of vanishing opportunity to carry on what I started.

I’ve learned that writing music is something I must do. During this time, I’ve raised children, recovered from divorce, wrestled with chronic pain, and practiced psychiatry. My music has set my intentions, who do I want to be and become with each challenge? Like from another place, the song comes through me and "tells" me what I need to hear. Music can have that kind of power for the musician and the listener.

Songs we love can change our consciousness, like a prayer or a poem. Musicians, especially, have a tremendous potential in shaping our cultural consciousness. That potential comes with an awesome responsibility. Can we put out songs that reflect the best of ourselves to inspire both ourselves and others to live courageously? That is my intention.



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