What if Eckhardt Tolle actually meant Nau instead of Now in his seminal publication, The Power Of Now. His writing has helped readers across the globe find the ability to be present; the ability to appreciate right now. There is nothing else other than what is currently exists right now, he explains -- the past and future rest on either side of the present.
Tolle could have meant Nau. The Power Of Nau. What does that mean though? Should we always remain aware of how talented Michael Nau is? Maybe Tolle meant that Michael Nau's music is appropriate for any setting, the present moment, which is something I can confirm having dabbled in 2019's Less Ready to Go.
This has been one of my dumber reviews, but Michael's album is seriously worth a spin. His music definitely stood out to me in 2019.