Glenna Green

Glenna Green

Buy Broadjam Purchase Credits for Glenna Green
facebook twitter
Folk - Contemporary | Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Total Song Plays: 450   
Member Since: 2009
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

Profile    Songs    Albums    Photos    Comments    Bios    Endorsements   

Sign up for Broadjam today to follow Glenna Green, and be notified when they upload new stuff or update their news!

More Than A Hat Rack

BIT ON THE SIDE Yup, she' pissed off. When a relationship ends you are left with a list of unanswered questions. Especially if they've been...

Venus Envy

A mix of smooth jazz and diva folk ballads and cheeky swipes at the silly ways of humans.

Genre: Easy Listening: Crooners/Vocals
Release Date: 1993

More Than A Hat Rack

Jazz - Lounge

BIT ON THE SIDE Yup, she' pissed off. When a relationship ends you are left with a list of unanswered questions. Especially if they've been sneaky. IT'S NOT EASY BEIN' GREEN by Joe Raposo. Made famous by the famous frog. MORE THAN A HAT RACK Oh, those traveling salesmen and what havoc they cause in the wake of their visits. SWEET LOVING The Joyous nonsense of lovers. TO KEEP MY LOVE ALIVE by Rogers and Hart. Found on Ella Fitzgerald "songbook" album. Husbands beware. PHOEBE'S LULLABY A song for my English Bulldog, now gone but not forgotten. ALL THE KING'S HORSES A very raw song that if you don't listen to the words could be a lullaby. There are too many broken birds with sad stories that cripple their lives. This is one story. PINK PETALS Spring brings cherry blossoms and wet lawns and soggy toes and everything is good in the world again. HE NEVER SAID Her name was Gina. True story. Broke my heart and helped mend a deep wound. THE WAY YOU TAKE MY HAND What is it that makes one person mesh with our lives like they've always been there? Suddenly it's like when the sky clears after a storm. But can you trust it? I CALL HIM MY PARTNER It's a real relationship. Things get said. What matters is that you still care enough to say them. VENUS ENVY This song explores the way we women compete socially and try to forgive those who have dressed up against us. COME TO THE RIVER This was a very simple song until it got in the studio. Duncan Holt has to get a credit for his part of the arrangement. He sent me home from the studio to write something backwards for the background vocals. That turned my brain to scrambled eggs in no time. Makes doing live a bit tricky too.

Buy CD

Tracks
1.
Play Song
Add To Playlist
 
View song info
2.
Play Song
Add To Playlist
 
View song info
3.
Play Song
Add To Playlist
 
View song info
4.
Play Song
Add To Playlist
 
View song info
5.
Play Song
Add To Playlist
 
View song info
6.
Play Song
Add To Playlist
 
View song info
7.
Play Song
Add To Playlist
 
View song info