Not much need to be said does it. Xavier is back and he is back like the wind in the hair of a recently released convict, just moments ago dreaming about his release while at the same time an unknown butterfly of far away flapped its wings and started the motion that would turn into the wind that went through the hair of said convict, and perhaps gave life as air filled with oxygen breathed by Xavier while composing this very song. Life is in this song. Live Love Xavier.
I’ve been on a nothing-but-Xavier-Rudd diggeridoo-freestyle type of mode for several several minutes now, it is so intense that he can play so many instruments at the same time. Xavier Rudd is and will remain the decathlon KING, the decathlon olympic gold medalist, of contemporary pop music.
But best of all, he such a good guy aint he. He never were shoes, he smiles, he is in touch with his feelings and mine because he knows, and preaches about it, he knows we’re all connected by Gaia. That’s why he and I both believe we should stop all the fighting and make some god damn love in this bitch.
Anyways, I read this magnificent piece on him just now will bumping some diggeridoo-freestyles, and he tells the story about how he came up with the concept for his smash-hit Withe Moth (we’re still waiting on Black Moth aint we but I heard its do sometime next year when he finished his walk through spirit land in Australia, he’s on a walkabout now). Here is the song, and below it are some of the best qutotes, one love fellow feelers.
“Within the songs composing White Moth, Rudd takes you on a personal tour of his world. The title track and the song “Stargaze” come from time spent with his wife and their two children. The former remembers a night they spent sleeping under the stars, while “White Moth” recalls a particularly special moment on the day of his wife’s 30th birthday, when the family was vacationing on an island off the coast of Sri Lanka: “That day, a white moth came to our six-year-old, a beautiful white moth and stayed with him for about three hours. We thought it was the spirit of my wife’s grandmother, which is often with her. It sort of reflects that day, which was a really positive day, and my wife, who has been the backbone of this whole career of mine for years.”
Anonymous asked: When is Xaviers birthday?
Don’t know but most of his fans celebrate 25th of December as a combined feast of the birth of Jesus Christ and the exitance of Xavier Rudd.
This is Rachel Sequoia, and without a shred of doubt, she must be the astrological twin sister of Xavier Rudd. Now, let’s share the air!
Xavier, The Essence of Connectedness,
he experience the moist of December rain,
just like you and me,
His face is wet from the fluids of the Sky,
Gaias blessed shower moist us all,
that’s the Essence of humanity,
Gaia stands for Connectedness,
connectedness is embodied in fluid,
fluid brings us all moist,
that is what makes humanity a cohort,
and the Essence of connectedness is that cohort,
and Xavier, the Savior, embodies the cohort
In his own words, Xavier Rudd, the philanthropist, the traveller, the artists and the man we all feel posses a little bit of those elements that we connect;
“I’ve absorbed so much culture and energy from where I’ve traveled, and it becomes a part of me”
Do you see now. Xavier is all and all is Xavier, the Savior, the Essence of connectedness, the representer of our cohort moist from Gaias blessed rain.
According to a recent study, Xavier Rudd is roughly half as popular as Jesus Christ among the denizens of the Earth. Not very surprising, some might say, as he is often referred to as the musical Messiah - a rhythmic redeemer - of the 21st century.
“Do what you want while you’re able, find what it is you seek.”
In order to truly put things into perspective, let’s also point out that Jesus, in turn, is but a fraction as popular as renowned Canadian rock band Nickelback.
But do not despair. Much like Jesus, Socrates, da Vinci, Galileo, even Nickelback and other men before their time, Xavier’s rectitude will stand the test of time and ultimately Xave us all.
He is a legend. You might like him for the multitalented artists he is, respect him for the fact that he can sing, play the drums, blow the harmonica, blow the didgeridoo, and rock the guitar like a mad man, all during the same never ending song.
He can do it all indeed (he probably could not do it with shoes though, as that would mean him putting layers between him and mother earth). However, if we focus on the didgeridoo community, where is considered a legend, for being one of the most talented didgeridoo performers that have ever walked barefoot on the face of our beloved planet. Above is a picture of a fellow diggerido player, he’s sitting in his office, yes the outside is the office of all those that walk with the didgeridoo-soul, the ground of a square. Probably in Banff, BC, Canada. And his showing his love to Xavier by putting the classic CD “Time To Smile” right up front of the picture.
A blue sky has blessed this young didgeridoodoo artist.
Mike Rudd tells it like it is.
Xavier Rudd talks about his music and he is inspired and supported by his children, his wife and the aboriginal people.
Notice how comfortable he seems even though it’s probably his first visit in this studio. I feel like Xavier really treats the world like his living room, and that’s says it all really. Consider the fella next to you as someone you would invite and spend time with as you actually were in your living room.
Another sign of this way of life is shown about 1:40 into the video, when Xavier talks about his connectedness to the aboriginal people;
“I’m a black fella”
Furthermore, I like the part about how he named his hit single, “White Moth”, after a white moth his six year old kid found as the family wandered the wilderness around Sri Lanka.
“We stayed with it for about three hours. We decided it was the spirit of my wife’s grandmother”
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