Horses On The Range


  • The song is about feeling captive in a world where wars and conflicts rule supreme. It promises peace and harmony if everyone could just learn to live side by side. >>
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    John - Auburn, WA
  • Timmy Curran is known internationally for his trademark big-airsurfing maneuvers. His style is all his own, and in 2004 he wasranked 6th in the world on the CT Tour. Surfing was Timmy's first passion, but he has been dabbling in music since the age of 16, when he began writing his own songs. He was too nervous to ever perform his songs for anyone until about 10 years later, when, he says, he found the answer to his prayers: to be able to sing a song without embarrassing himself or his friends. With positive feedback and support from his wife and brothers, he began writing songs in earnest. The bathroom was his recording studio at the time. His friend Josh Landen, who was putting together a surf documentary entitled Flow (about Al Merrick, one of the best-known surfboard shapers in the world), heard Timmy's mini-disc/bathroom recording of his original song "Horses On The Range," and requested permission to use it in his film. Timmy was ecstatic.


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