Twelfth piece recorded by The Raconteur. We still know next to nothing about the “Inimitable Masako” to which The Raconteur always refers. We aren’t sure if it was a era, a country, a city, or a person. But it is clear that he had a great reverence for the music they created, which is apt, as the ability to create music has become such a universally recognized requirement for greater intelligence.
“It is natural that a babe should suckle of its mother. For a mother is naturally gifted with the ability to provide. However, at some point, a babe’s thirst must be quenched, lest it begin to suckle more than just milk.”
The Inimitable Masako – geo.itunes.apple.com/us/album/masak…mt=1&app=music
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