Crimes Against Humanity – Max Igan

Crimes Against Humanity – Max Igan

Crimes Against Humanity – Max Igan

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"I have spent most of my life as a traveling musician and continued to do so up until about 3 years ago. The life that is led by a traveling musician may seem strange or exotic to most people and definitely pointless and irrelevant to some, simply because a musician just doesn’t do regular stuff. They don’t work regular hours, are often only ever in any town for short time and many don’t even have regular homes for months or sometimes even years on end. A traveling musician lives more on the “outside of society” than within its confines but because of that, and because of the music, a musician is able to meet, and interact, with a great many people from all walks of life and a great many countries, cultures and classes that many other people are not. This gives them a unique perspective. If they are astute, take advantage of such situations and learn from such interaction, they are able to gain a valuable insight and understanding of many facettes of human kind and many things that remain unseen and unknown to most other people. Many people may say, “Oh what would they know, they are just a muso” but they often forget that they themselves listen to music and would gladly interact with most musicians and it is the same with people that they themselves are unable to meet. Somehow music breaks down the barriers between most cultures and classes and opens doors that would have otherwise remained closed. Plus because a musician is able to make a living from his or her art, they are able to pursue more philosophical and intellectual interests and to ponder, investigate and connect the information they have gathered in their spare time, as they have so much more of it than a person who must work regular hours at the same job. I feel very privileged to have been granted the gift of music and to have been able do many of the things I have done and meet the many people I have because of it." --Max Igan

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