Jacob Key uses music as a vehicle for a dialogue with his inner self. He strives for 'no thought' allowing the music to come out organically. Mr. Key describes it as ...'listening to my hands.' Personal meditations like this can be relevant for others as the BIG truth of the universe is that the perceived and the perceiver are one and the same. Since we are ALL connected, the struggle for inner peace of any one person can touch us all. It resonates with familiarity. It's a universal message. One of the many wondrous qualities of music is the ability to provide access to the depths of your soul. Music can act as a bridge or a vehicle. This is the mind set of Jacob Key's music. This album, Impermanence, is the sound of Mr. Key's dialogue with his innermost self. Jacob describes the music as 'more of a conversation, than a song.' Also, this music can be enjoyed lightly. It creates a wonderful, peaceful vibration, skillfully painting the background for any type of relaxing activity. In fact, listening to Peaceful Piano while eating dinner, can aid in digestion!