About the Book
This is a collection of lyrics from the Album Limits Of Milkweed which was released by Ella Jo in 2009.
The book contains a section called The Stories Behind The Songs. It gives credit to the co-writers, Terry Bartlett and Steve Spon and an insight into the moods and issues, which influenced the song writing.
The book is semi auto-biographical as well as containing modern urban poetry which has been ultimately set to music.
This book can be enjoyed on its own or as a companion to the album
cat no DSEJ001
ean no 5 020883 339900.
The LIMITS OF MILKWEED CD can be purchased at the link below
Features & Details
- Category Poetry
5×8 in, 13×20 cm
- Publish Date Nov 18, 2009
- Tags Don't Go, Must Be A Mystery, Heartbreak Girls, Dancing In The Shade, Goodbye To The Monsoon, Jacob's Ladder, Subplane Highway, Diamond Seeds, Limits Of Milkweed, Ella Jo, Pop music, Urban Folk, Drum and Bass, Steve Spon, Terry Bartlett, Diamonds, Himalaya, Perception, Amarylis
The seasons turn and the work challenges and delights me. Music and songs and laughter. One day I will be gone. Dust. What will remain of me? my words, my music. I cast my treasures at eternity and hope something will stick. I have learned to believe in myself. Tarot. Believe me - it has a structure. If you are lost it will give you a framework without interfering with your beliefs. I want peace and evolution for mankind and to get these books published for a better retail price. Music and writing will always my passion. I advocate culture as Roerich saw it - art for the people, a colourful stimulating, inclusive world. Gentleness is a strength - as water pours a groove through stone in the passage of time. Be gentle. It is easy to forget your forefathers - those who died of TB, in famines, in wars. Life is a gift - don't waste it dreaming or scheming. Educate yourself. Be gentle and enjoy your life. One day I found myself, and I can't believe I got there. If I can, anyone can.