My home lies deep within you And I’ve got my own place in your soul Now when I look out through your eyes I’m young again, even tho’ I’m very old
Johnston has stated that, for him, the “I” in the song is God, and that songs come from the ” Spirit of Creativity ” in Everyone.
Bruce Arthur Johnston (born Benjamin Baldwin; June 27, 1942) is an American singer, musician, songwriter, and record producer best known as a member of ” The Beach Boys “
‘I Write The songs’, topped the Billboard charts in January 1976 and later won Bruce a coveted Grammy award for Song of the Year. A life of endless harmony continues …..
I tried to miss the whole car song era. My heart wasn’t into any car stuff I did. I didn’t care. But I was and still am a real surfer. I started when I was 15. It was just what the neighborhood guys did in high school. I lived next to Santa Monica, so I live up in Santa Barbara close to the beach. – Bruce Johnston
I think foreign countries really do like it when American artists sing in their language. And when you go over there and say, ‘Hi, how are you?’ in their language, they love it. It makes them feel like you’re doing it just for them. We in America take so much for granted. Natalie Cole
Music is basically melody, harmony, and rhythm. But people can do much more with music than that. It can be very descriptive in all kinds of ways, all walks of life. — Charlie Parker
They teach you there’s a ” Boundary line to Music “
there’s ” No Boundary Line to Art “. — Charlie Parker
Charlie Parker . A Songwriter, Saxophonist (1920–1955) was a legendary jazz saxophonist winning 17TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARD for BEST JAZZ PERFORMANCE BY A SOLOIST for ” First Recordings! “
In his 34 years on Earth, Charlie “Yardbird” Parker made such an impact on 20th-century music—from its composition and improvisation to its purest performance—that we’re still feeling his vibrations today.
“Night In Tunisia” Words fail, to tell a tale , Too exotic to be told ,Each night’s a deeper night , In a world, ages old
Charlie Parker Jazz Festival. In the early 1950s, Charlie Parker made his home in Alphabet City; the neighborhood hasn’t forgotten him. The block Bird lived on was renamed Charlie Parker Place in 1992, and the next year 1993 ,the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival made its debut right across the street in Tompkins Square Park.