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Freebies! New music from Jason Harrod

Homeslice Jason Harrod, an absolutely lovely fellow whom I am blessed to count among my dearest friends, posted a new song on his Web site.

“When I Came Down Off the Mountain” is the name of the tune.

Have a listen HERE.

Jason is touring. Here are his upcoming gigs, INCLUDING A SHOW TONITE IN CUDDEBACKVILLE, NY.

Don’t miss him if you have the chance to catch him live. He’s a wonder.

10/1/2010

Benefit for Neversink Valley Area Museum

D&H Canal Park Visitor Center

58 Hoag Road

Cuddebackville, NY

7:30 p.m.

845.754.8870


10/16/2010

Twenty Cottage House Concert Series

Sharon, MA

7:30 p.m.

for reservations and more info, email: srdill@me.com

10/17/2010

Club Passim

47 Palmer Street

Harvard Square

Cambridge, MA

8:00 p.m.

with Dan Cloutier

617.492.7679

10/22/2010

Moonlight on the Mountain

585 Shades Crest Road

Birmingham, AL

8 p.m.

for details and reservations email: keith@moonlightonthemtn.com

10/23/2010

Terra Cotta House Concert Series

Montgomery, AL

8:00 p.m.

for details and reservations, email: katie1rose@yahoo.com

10/30/2010

Oktoberfest

at the Browns

Knoxville, TN

7:00 pm

for details and reservations email greg@birdwellbrown.com

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11:11 – Lion Song

I have these two friends.
Brian and Jason.
They’re both among my desert island tribe. You know, like desert-island disks but with people. They are part of my sacred thread. I am so grateful for their friendship.
These men are such beautiful souls and such magnificent artists.
Back in the day, when they used to play together as “Harrod & Funck” they wrote a gorgeous song called “Lion Song.” Long been one of my favorites.
My new friend Mallory (see post below) was playing their song in her car when she picked me up to take me from the Comfort Inn to campus earlier this week.
I’d forgotten … how beautiful.
So I thought I’d post it here. In case you’d forgotten, too. Or never knew.

Lion Song

These two lions that I know,
As beautiful as they are strong,
Sleeping in each other’s arms.

When the thunder rocks your bones,
And the night is cold and long,
Their jungle keeps you warm.

When you go out on your boat,
And the wind is whipping you,
And you feel the water rising,

See the line of blue on blue.
It’s given as a gift to you.
And keep your eyes on that horizon.

When you go out on your horse,
And you hit a tangled course,
Feel the pressure underneath.

See the green rush by your head.
You will break out, you will.
‘Neath you run some fleeter feet.

‘Cause what have we not been given?
And what have we not been shown?

These two lions that I know,
As beautiful as they are strong,
Sleeping in each other’s arms.

So when the thunder rocks your bones,
And the night is cold and long,
Their jungle kept me.

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