Welcome to September! I hope you all are enjoying some refreshing cool and lovely fall flowers and leaves. In northern Arizona, I call this season "Monsoon Spring", because if we get good rain during the monsoon, the flowers in the forest are amazing! Scroll down for some pictures!
NEW PROJECT, NEW SONG!
For September, as promised, I am featuring a song by my brother William Taylor, which he has graciously allowed me to include on the project, songs I wrote going through the decline and death of our parents. I left last month's new song, Texarkana Trains up as well. Bill's song is called Release, and is sung by Bill and my dear sister-in-law Jaye.
This song was written for our mom, and boy does it capture her! Even the "musical comedy" style reflects her love for this genre and the way she would sing songs from "My Fair Lady" and "Carousel", two of her favorites. This one also reflects her amazingly cheerful spirit, but it also brings me to tears as I listen.
Take a look at the lyric too...it is so well done. Also, feel free to download either one for free, or for Bill's track, put in a donation price if you are so inclined. I will pass it on to him!