Watch now (2 mins) | Then music showed up Just as I was to put brush to paper, a car drove by playing Al Green’s “How can you mend a broken heart.” I am a huge Al Green fan, and that song is beautiful and heartbreaking. I hadn’t yet decided to draw a flower but I think hearing that song pushed me there, brought a flower to the surface.
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Al Green is great inspiration! Love and happiness to you and yours.
There’s a video of Rev. Green singing Funny How Time Slips Away in duet with Lyle Lovett in a studio session where they are playing loose and happy. In addition to enjoying them doing Willie Nelson proud, I now find it easy to imagine you sitting in a corner there doing your capture in a few lines thing.
Watching you draw is a lot like listening to music. Such a pleasure.
I really enjoyed watching that. Brought my first smile of the day. Thank you
Is there a video we can watch of you and Yo Yo Ma performing together? Would love to see that!
Ann D, Seattle
I mostly listen to music while driving. I have a USB with a few thousand tunes on it jammed into the slot and a number of physical CDs that are usually newer acquisitions. Mostly it is relaxing and occasionally a tune will implant itself as an earworm for the next day or so.