“Please don’t tell me I won’t make it. That’s not going to do me any good. The promise is made to those who venture, San Francisco lift your load. I know I can be forgiven, with the broken heart of Mexico”–Brandon Flowers, Magdalena lyrics.
Musicrooms is reporting today that singer-songwriter, Brandon Flowers admits to growing up liking the same music as his mom.
Brandon’s mom used to listen to Brit punk bands and know all their ballads lyrics so she was kind of cool.
Go to MR to read the cute story. Already iTunes Ping, is changing the music distribution landscape with music stories like this. And to listen to Flowers new song, Magdalena, go here to Some Kind of Awesome for a right treat.
He’s early Bob Dylan and an early Bruce Springsteen fusion. As a poetic lyricist he’s hot.
<span><a href=”http://soundcloud.com/somekindofawesome/brandon-flowers-magdalena-radio-rip”>Brandon Flowers – “Magdalena” (Radio Rip)</a> by <a href=”http://soundcloud.com/somekindofawesome”>Some Kind of Awesome</a></span>
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 9.4.10~
“Give me one reason to stay here”–Tracey Chapman
Sometimes you have days like this, that singer song-writer Tracey Chapman sings about in this song. Thankfully, things do get better.
“But I’m too old to go chasing around, wasting my precious energy.”
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 6.23.2010~
[Image: Mount Haramon as viewed from Hasbaya --courtesy of Ramiz Dalli]
~”I’m gonna stand out here on the mountain top/Till I feel your [Rain]… And now I’ll wait for the light, I’ll wait for the sun/ Till I feel your [Rain]“–Madonna
The 80′s were years of think big, bold, colorful thoughts. You couldn’t help but grow and expand with creativity. Symbols inspiring big thoughts were everywhere. Today Google are celebrating the 80′s by turning google’s logo into the PacMan video game. Fun. Pacman is universally loved as entertainment–as light relief to pass the time, especially in India and China–so that’s a smart move to expand Microsoft’s global audience appeal with this logo. Fun sells.
And as Horiwood.Com is celebrating the life of Aunt Elvira as a Mother of Los Angeles industry and women of business development in The City of Angels revolutionary formative years of American women’s pioneering legends of modern American business, here’s 80′s pop icon, Madonna with her song, Rain.
In Celebration of a Queen’s Life: Aunt Elvira is A Mother of LA
Lyrics to Madonna ‘s Rain follow:
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 5.21.2010~