On this well-crafted and performed album, Broza wastes no time creating an acoustic roots number in "Time of Trains (I Will Wait for You)," which comes off as a more tranquil John Hiatt. Tension is another key component in the record, as the slow-building "A Night in Wyoming" starts off acoustically but moves to electric guitar.
לויה מצוירת A Painted Postcard by David Broza, released 01 January 1996 היינו גלויה שציירנו בנוף קיץ מוכר ואהוב שחפים וגם אנחנו נתרנו נסנו לעוף על החול שמלתך הסרתי כפתור תלשתי מחוט "הנה הצדף", צעקתי והים הצמלא לגאות ערומים ורטובים דבקנו גל מלוח את שנינו לחך דיג שראה אותנו עצר הביט וחייך. Israeli superstar David Broza has been considered one of the most dynamic and vibrant performers in the singer/songwriter world. His charismatic and energetic performances have brought to worldwide audiences, a fusion of the three different countries in which he was raised: Israel, Spain, and England.
David Broza - A Painted Postcard. Album: Stone Doors, 1994.
David Broza – Painted Postcards. Label: Rounder Records – 11661-3199-2. Format: CD. Country: Spain. 5. What Will You Do. 6. Chileno Boys.
Things Will Be Better: The Best of David Broza. 17 tracks · 18 April 2006. 11 tracks · 1 January 1993.
David Broza (Hebrew: דויד ברוזה; born September 4, 1955) is an Israeli singer-songwriter. His music mixes modern pop with Spanish music. David Broza was born in Haifa, Israel. His father was an Israeli–British businessman. He grew up in England and Spain, attending Runnymede College, in Madrid. Broza's grandfather, Wellesley Aron, co-founded the Arab-Israeli peace settlement Neve Shalom – Wāħat as-Salām (The Oasis of Peace) and the Habonim youth movement.
Studio album by David Broza. Painted Postcard appears in the following lists: Music Genre: Folk.