March Edition- MP- Spring

Our Music Passion for the month of March is the word “Spring”

And my offer to you is:

You Can Never Hold Back Spring by Tom Waits

I just found this song actually by looking for songs about ‘Spring” and wow his voice just entered in my nerves and even tickled my bones, it’s really hard to describe… Too beautiful to put into words.  Anyways it really is a good song.  There is magic and beauty in it. Enjoy! :)

Tom Waits

source: Wikipedia

Thomas Alan “Tom” Waits is an American singer-songwriter, composer, and actor.
Waits has a distinctive voice, described by critic Daniel Durchholz as sounding “like it was soaked in a vat of bourbon, … Wikipedia

Spring

Spring is Here – Yeah…!

a Sisbro Studio Production

I’ve chosen to celebrate with a rumbustious late medieval – early renaissance song, “Ecco la Primavera” (Spring has come apace) by the Italian composer Francesco Landini,
performed here by the hungarian multi-instrumentalist Arany Zoltán.

Spring Has Come Apace

Spring is coming and it promises new growth among established glories blooming once more. As this month’s entry on Music Passion must include spring in either the title or lyric, I chose “Wild Is The Wind” because it serves a double purpose. The song is a soundtrack made for a life-long, passionate love affair. and serves the purpose of this posts main content quite admirably. Last month David bowie released a video (see below) from his first album in 10 years. This month the entire thing is available on Itunes and is due out in stores shortly. But that’s not all. Also opening in London on March 23rd at the Victoria and Albert Museum is the the first international retrospective of the extraordinary career of David Bowie.

Wild Is The Wind

This month the theme is spring – regardless of the fact that the lot of us in the southern hemisphere are moving in to autumn and winter ;-)

So, here’s my contribution to this month’s theme – hope you enjoy!

You Must Believe In Spring

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