Artist : Joan OsborneAlbum : Bring It On HomeGenre : Rock, Folk, Country Rock, BluesCountry : USATrack List1. Joan Osborne - Bring It On Home (4:06)2. Joan Osborne - Broken Wings (4:38)3. Joan Osborne - Champagne And Wine (3:41)4. Joan Osborne - Game Of Love (3:16)5. Joan Osborne - I Don't Need No Doctor (3:20)6. Joan Osborne - I Want To Be Loved (3:35)7. Joan Osborne - I'm Qualified (3:15)8. Joan Osborne - Rhymes (4:43)9. Joan Osborne - Roll Like A Big Wheel (2:50)10. Joan Osborne - Shake...Read Full Story
Error: Embedded data could not be displayed. Joan OsborneFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThis biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (March 2009)Joan OsborneOsborne performing at The Grand in Wilmington, Delaware, 2008Background informationBirth nameJoan Elizabeth...Read Full Story
It’s Sunday – again…!
I swear, at times it seems those sumbitch Sundays come round like once a week or so.
Anyway, I’m not in the mood to read or write. Read newspapers, that is. I’m still not done with Justin Cronin’s ‘The Passage’ but I have made a solemn vow I will finish him off before night falls again (and before the leapers can come and get me…)
Anyway (part deux), I still need to write my daily blog post, which is what I’m doing now, by the way; I’m not just mumbling to myself here...Read Full Story
This made it up to number 4 in the US and number 6 in the UK. Osborne was raised just outside of Louisville Kentucky. This song was actually written by Eric Bazilian, former member of the group The Hooters. It's easy to see that this song is about speculating about God and if he was one of us. The question has always been though, is this religious or blasphemous? Is it promoting God or mocking God? Is it really trying to make us wonder or is it poking fun at spiritual people. The short answer...Read Full Story
Singer Joan Osborne talks about her life in music, her new album; Bring It On Home and how she’s developed her style. From receptionist to legendary singer, Osborne keeps it real in the ever changing music industry.Filed under: Beats, Clip, Yankee Panky Tagged: album, bring it on home, cover, interview, Joan osborne, newRead Full Story
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