"I suppose by accident that the right amount of wrong is more of a testament to supernatural forces versus the common and the ordinary that so many experience. The underlying theme as far as I’m concerned is the distance (if there is any) between
the good gone bad and the unlucky turned into inexplicable goodness - both imposters! I have learned that never ever giving up matters a lot and yes, I am guilty of believing in myself when all of the odds demand that I give in. Time and time again, my muse continues to guide me mercilessly through the thick and the thin. I have been forced to challenge my limits. I’m a lucky guy and God knows I am lucky. I am very thankful indeed, still gotta-ways to go and so I'd better be on my way. The right amount of wrong is calling me ... Phil Brown"