Something happens to the human brain as it ages -- perhaps more so to that of an artist who's spent a life observing. Time becomes less linear, chronology fades away, and events morph together, rendering the realm of experience more as an impressionist painting than a crisp photograph. A brush with death can further untether a soul from the mundane day-to-day constraints that -- for most of us, anyway -- obfuscate life's precious truths. Take, for instance, Neil Young's... More >>>