It’s often said that the good is the enemy of the best. It’s also often said that the perfect is the enemy of the good. Both observations are true in different contexts, sort of like Proverbs 26:4-5.
In my own life, the perfect vs. good version seems more applicable. In order to finish anything, I often have to force myself to stop improving it, shrug, and say, “It’ll do, I guess.”
So, in the spirit of flawed-but-finished, I’m releasing some music into the wild today.
I’ll go into what this project is, why I’m doing it, and how I’ve done it so far…