Jason Molina: 1974 - 2013
Singer-songwriter Jason Molina died on March 16, 2013 of natural causes. Molina, who struggled with alcohol addiction throughout his life, was 39.
The Ohio musician first earned critical acclaim while recording under the name Songs: Ohia in 1996 and later in 2003 while performing with the Magnolia Electric Co. Some of Molina’s most praised albums include the self-titled Songs: Ohia (1997), Didn’t It Rain (2002), What Comes After The Blues (2005) and 2009′s Josephine. In November 2009, he released the collaborative album Molina and Johnson with Centro-matic’s Will Johnson.
im in the mood to make a start
to find a cure for a wounded heart
i know its here i know its near
to see your face my hope is clear
cant explain what i truly feel
tried to understand but i know you will
it seemed impossible but what i am is real
its hard to keep, its hard to deal
i know its hard, hard to see
when your far, too far from me
ive been praying someday will be
that a time will come…
for you and me
so can you buy some time for me
good conversations over a cup of coffee
for i dont know how will i ever be
to be too close to you is hard for me
Finally got the chance to take a vid of this street musician who played songs on each households for alms. This guy’s an idol, he’s got a great voice.. Unfortunately I forgot to ask his name. only told him that I will jam next time he plays on front of the house again.
God I Missed tumbling!