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(453) The art of peripatetic homelessness

by Jeff Sampson




released May 10, 2016

Jeff Sampson is an American sound artist/vocalist/composer with a rich background in ambient and experimental music, free improvisation, and progressive rock. He has a deep affinity for emotional content, finding comfort in dense soundscapes, abstract minimalism, and complex structures.

Atmospheres, dreamscapes, nightmares, and realities.

Some words about "The art of peripatetic homelessness"

People wander for a variety of reasons. Just as not everyone can afford to have a permanent home, not everyone wishes to be anchored to one place. A wandering soul will often find beauty, peace and contentment. A nomad's life can be freeing, relaxing and brimming with self-awareness. It can also be haunting, claustrophobic and unsettling.




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