Greg Laswell was born in Long Beach, California. He moved to San Diego in 1993 and graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University. From 1998 through the early 2000s, Laswell was frontman for the San Diego-based band Shillglen. Perhaps the biggest difference with this album", observes Greg Laswell of his new Take A Bow, "is that I'm not miserable.
Download Greg Laswell Take A Bow MP3 and thousands of other hits from the getmusic. Take a bow 'cause you played your heart out And take your time with working the rest out And try and stay out of your head I have seen you invent the damnedest things there. Oh, so what? Maybe she could not really ever see you through herself What does that change about you or her? Try and stay out of your head I have seen you invent the damnedest things there. Maybe down the road I'll see you in a blur From the speed of light you've had with her Maybe down the road I'll see you in a blur See you in a blur
Laswell's no laid-back folk-rocker plunking the same three chords over and over on a battered acoustic guitar.
On Take a Bow, Greg Laswell shifts through the ashes of a burned-out love affair with a cool, steady hand. That’s not to say that the singer/songwriter doesn’t make his heartache plain; these songs are unsparing in their analysis of romantic breakdown. But Laswell rises above his melancholy thanks to the album’s atmospheric arrangements, embroidering simple folk/pop melodies with biting electric guitars and ambient keyboards
Take a Bow Greg Laswell. This album has an average beat per minute of 113 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 74/160 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Take a Bow. 1. Take Everything. Album starts at 160BPM, ends at 120BPM (-40), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Greg Laswell. Everyone Thinks I Dodged A Bullet. I Was Going To Be an Astronaut.
Album: Take a Bow (2010). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. This is the title track from the fourth studio album by the San Diego-based singer-songwriter Greg Laswell. He told AntiMusic that the song was penned after a failed relationship. Said Laswell: "I wrote 'Take a Bow' to myself. I know, right? How ridiculous.