Tom & Suchi / The BenjaminWaters ~ SINGLES
Too Many Jawbones
It’s a DIY world around this house these days and that may or may not be a good thing? While our wonderful neighbors brought home a brand new baby boy this week, Suchi and I have been birthing a song about too much verbiage these days in the form of TOO MANY JAWBONES. You’ll see & hear what I’m talking about in the live video for the song. This process is not for the faint of heart. Feels like back in the day when we kids went out in the backyard and “created” all kinds of worlds (mainly in our heads) with a minimum of props (aka, sticks, boxes, etc). All good fun then and honestly good fun all these years later too. I sure appreciate Suchi’s due diligence & creative ability to put all the pieces together so we can share it with you. Not an easy assignment! As a visual artist, she dove deep into creating graphics and a video to give imagery to the lyrics and expression to the quirky soul of this song.
Hope you enjoy it in the spirit with which it was made….Tom & Suchi
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Monet's Daughter is a song imagined and written by Tom Benjamin inspired by “the truth and beauty that surrounds the way Claude Monet viewed the world and our place in it.” Tom conveys that his lyrics such as these flowed forth naturally “like a touch of blue on a Monet pond.” Suchi & Tom recorded an intimate voice and guitar version of Monet's Daughter at their home. Suchi put beautiful harmonies on the chorus giving the song a feel that expresses the other worldliness of Monet’s Impressionist paintings. If you want to read more about the story behind this song and the “Circle of Life” it represents, visit the TALK-STORY/Blog link.