Wednesday, October 1, Halie Loren:
I'm back from my travels to Japan and Hawaii now--and there is SO much to blog about! First, I will go into better detail re: Too short of a time makes for too short of a blog.
Not that short can't be sweet, but details can be nice, too sorry for the few repeated details from the previous blog So, I'll start from the beginning, again. Although I can't capture all the magic of the moments, I have included a few photos of some of the places we visited and wonderfully friendly people we met and worked with while in Japan.
There are also more photos featured on my Facebook page. But the best way to see it is, of course, in person! I encourage any of you who can to visit if you ever get the chance to do so. Then came a It was my first time meeting Sumio-san, though I had spoken with him many a time from across the Pacific, and felt that we already knew each other.
We were then shuttled from Narita airport to Tokyo proper, which is about an hour and a half's drive with traffic. Let the day begin--fabulous in all ways, even in the middle of a record-breaking heat wave that was happening while we were there. First glimpse of Japan from the plane--yay!
It was quite funny to arrive at the radio station, luggage in tow, to do a radio appearance straight from the airport--certainly a memorable experience! I'm so glad that we were able to make it to the station in time, though. It was great chatting with Guy and the other InterFM staffers.
They were exceptionally friendly and made us feel very much at home right away. Thanks to everyone there for your kindness. Perryman posted a blog about the studio visit on his website, which you can find here it is in Japanese: And with such comfortable beds But no lounging for these travelers yet.
We wanted to see Tokyo!A Whiter Shade of Pale Halie Loren • They Oughta Write a Song. 7. Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) Julie London • The End Of The World. 8. Listen to MEN vs WOMEN!
Different strokes/Different folks! now. In she concurrently recorded and independently released two albums, They Oughta Write a Song and Many Times, Many Ways: A Holiday Collection.
The former featured three original songs by Halie as well as ten other jazz and popular standards. — Halie Loren. Her music conveys the wonders of the invisible world: wounded defiance, Her sophomore album, They Oughta Write a Song (), brought to light her life-long love of jazz standards, and.
Fly Me to the Moon, a bonus track, spent three weeks at No. 1 on the iTunes Japan jazz chart. It was among the. From the Album "They Oughta Write a Song" Written by: Gary Brooker/Keith Reid_ Cromwell Music Inc.
/ Obo Essex Music Inc. Fly Me to the Moon - Halie Loren at the Cotton Club Tokyo See more. by halieloren.
A Thousand Years - Christina Perri Lyrics. This song makes me think of Jesus. He loves us more than a thousand years. A .
Which got me thinking about subtext, which got me thinking about kids and how often when they write, regardless of the topic, it will just end up being what they are thinking about at the time.
좋은 자료에는 "좋아요!" / 광고, 불량 자료는 "별로에요"를 눌러주세요! 비회원도 가능!