It's another full moon this week, and it's time for another new song from Peter Gabriel.
Keeping up with his marketing plan to release a new track each time the moon is fully illuminated, Peter’s latest song is “Four Kinds of Horses” from his upcoming album, i/o. It features Brian Eno playing synthesizer.
Gabriel says, "One of the inspirations is the Buddhist parable of the Four Kinds of Horses, which describes different ways a student can approach their spiritual practice, but also the interesting overlap of religion and peace on the one hand and violence and terrorism on the other.”
He added,“ There was also a wonderful film by Hany Abu-Assad called Paradise Now which shows two young men who end up being trained to become terrorists, and it’s a real insight into where the head goes.”
[Source: Classic Hits Today]