Brass Key, Back Door

Posted: April 6, 2015 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time, music
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Brass-Key-Back-Door-web-Mo15Brass Key, Back Door © 2013 Rod Morgan (aka Old Man Crow) illustration by Mo 2014
click on the title to watch Old Man Crow playing this song and the pic to see the details Brass-Key-Heart“bury my heart, ‘cos it’s on fire, burning up like a funeral pyre”
That’s the last song for the first edit, doing the happy dance here an hour before dawn!

Comments
  1. Carol says:

    Lovely to see and hear Old Man Crow singing this song. What a milestone this is! ((((Mo))))

    • Mo Crow says:

      having those 4 days off in a row over Easter was amazing + made a good start on cleaning the house for the real estate inspection at the end of the month with clearing out the milk crate & gaff tape wardrobe…threw out an amazing number of odd socks with holes in them, disintegrated T-shirts and undies with no elastic as well as battling with some giant dust bunnies!

  2. margaret johnson says:

    Good to see Old Mam Crow gettin in the groove! Congrats Mo, can’t get over how quickly you have rejigged your beautiful drawings! ( I know there’s still a lot of work to be done) Sounds like you had a good Easter! I have all the cleaning to do now the Grandkids have gone home. Seeya, ox

    • Mo Crow says:

      Hi Marg, thanks for the good words have been buzzing all day! just in from doing 4 of our little inner city gardens, need to have a cuppa and just bask in the afterglow for a day or two before beginning Edit round 2!

  3. Dana says:

    You have been setting a blistering pace on your scans…you must feel so glad to be done with this first round.

    • Mo Crow says:

      am feeling so excited, will do an oriental stab binding to hold these first printouts together just to get that feeling of holding it in my hands as a book!

  4. Marti says:

    What a journey, half a lifetime in song, in art, and most of all in love and how joyous and privileged I feel to have been able to watch as this all unfolds here…the first edit is done and you must feel as if you are walking on clouds and I don’t say that to diminish the tremendous hard work all around but just to say, simply, you must be flying with this sense of accomplishment.

  5. handstories says:

    Having been gone, I just poured over the last several posts, and am struck by the movement in your work- the feather quivering, swirling, vibrating motion that I feel within each of the pieces. I expect the crows to take off and circle above at any moment.

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