This is the “cool jazz” song of the album, featuring a guest appearance on alto sax. The song’s about what it feels like to be a photographer trying to catch everyday life in the streets without being noticed. Being transparent. I tend to think that you can often get more interesting photos when people are not posing. It’s called 41, because color films are processed in a C41 bath.
In the form, I wanted to use words that you can sum up in one letter. Here are the words (I’m writing them with the letters instead of the correct spelling):
“A T in a park, an A-class driving his W on a sunny day. There was a beautiful light, I had my M1 with me, C41 is always looking magnificient”.