With improvisation, I just do it. It might be a total failure but then you just throw the dice again.
We go to the movies to forget about time, to be in a dream state. And it's entertainment, distraction, from the fact that everything is kind of crumbling in front of our eyes.
It's the way life is, I suppose. Whatever happens, you deal with it.
If the music in a groove fits with what you're playing, then play it; if not, then you can play it backwards. If that doesn't work, you try it at a different speed. If it really doesn't work you just break it. The whole ritual to put a record on a turntable just to listen to it, I don't do that too often.
When you take something apart, you get a great sense of what it took to originally put it together.