We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Horns Quotes from Jaimoe, Brandon Jenner, Bruce Springsteen, Jo Frost, Peter S. Beagle. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
Horns really make a good band. They always create excitement when it’s needed. They give the music a broader spread. It doesn’t have to be all guitars and keyboards all the time.
Sometimes we let life guide us, and other times we take life by the horns. But one thing is for sure: no matter how organized we are, or how well we plan, we can always expect the unexpected.
I had a ten-piece band when I was 21 years old, the Bruce Springsteen Band. This is just a slightly expanded version of a band I had before I ever signed a record contract. We had singers and horns.
I certainly don’t have horns growing out of head.
The horns came riding in like the rainbow masts of silver ships.
When you have 13 horns, and one is soloing, you have 12 people to play the richest, fullest chord you could ever imagine behind that solo.
Have you ever read the back of the Newman’s Diavolo pasta sauce? Dad on the front is dressed like the devil with a little beard and horns. He says that he sells his soul to the devil for the recipe. It was banned in the South. They thought it was an abomination.
I just wanted to be normal. I wanted to have a normal life. I wanted to have children. And when I was picked out of a chorus line and cast in a TV series, I got anxious, so I took the bull by the horns and went to see a psychologist. And it was the greatest move I ever made.
I stole everything I ever heard, but mostly I stole from the horns.
You just let your lower self go, and then it takes on all these aspects of the society – the city with horns blowing, the people yelling things at each other, and the all-in-all violence and chaos of the city. Put that on stage with music, and that’s what this is.
There aren’t demons flying around with horns, people are demons.
It must be said that Brighton, unlike London, makes driving seem very appealing. Instead of glowering faces and angry horns on all sides, we have the coast road in front of us and the Sussex Downs just 10 minutes behind us.
I wear my Viking helmet because the horns define how sharp my brains are. If you try to rub me the wrong way, I will stick you with both of my horns.
When we were younger, my brother and I would go out bow hunting. That got me into it. We hunted all kinds of wildlife – things with big horns normally. Deer, kudu, stuff like that.
Any fool can destroy trees. They cannot run away; and if they could, they would still be destroyed – chased and hunted down as long as fun or a dollar could be got out of their bark hides, branching horns, or magnificent bole backbones.
You slam a politician, you make out he’s the devil, with horns and hoofs. But his wife loves him, and so did all his mistresses.
I wish I could score everything for horns.
I loved being Maleficent. I was quite sad to put my staff down and put my horns away because somehow, she just lives in a different world.
Dancehall culture in Europe is very close to Jamaica. Europe and Japan have a very close link to Jamaican dancehall culture, where it’s all about sound-systems and horns and girls dancing all crazy – that happens a lot in those places.
I’m a competitive son of a gun. I don’t like losing. I want to be the best out there. I want to lead the troops. I want to kind of take the bull by the horns and be in control.
You’re born with some things inside you that will allow you to lead, but I think you have to take the bull by the horns. You have to want that leadership position, and then there are things you can do to develop that.
There’s something about ‘Strictly Come Dancing.’ Everywhere I go, people wish me good luck; cabbies toot their horns. It’s lovely. I have a theory: in straitened times, there’s nothing like a bit of unapologetic escapism.
Horns always influenced me more than voices.
For instance, if you’re playing a record with drums – horns would sound nice to enhance it so you get a record with horns and slip it in at certain times.
All the sounds on ‘Trapped in the Closet’ – the knockin’ on the door, when I grab the keys, when I walk down the stairs, the car horns – we sampled all of those things around my house.
For me to say that all novels in English written by Indians are all alike would be a bit like saying that all the cows in India look the same and have identical horns.
I love being in my forties. Just getting there and realising that you haven’t grown horns or boils on your bum, when all the time it had been this thing looming in the future, is such a relief.
I’d taken the bull by the horns by liberating myself and creating a career. It took guts – it was scary and chancy – but they discounted me as empty-headed: some little piece of fluff without any brain that happened to come along.
When I use the word ‘Satan,’ it doesn’t stand for a guy with horns. To me, that word means the powers of the unknown, the powers of darkness.
Every album is unto itself, so whatever sounds we need to come up with, like way back when, we needed horns. So we invented the Lone Wolf Horns, and we learned how to play horns.
How could you have a soccer team if all were goalkeepers? How would it be an orchestra if all were French horns?
It’s only been a couple of times in my life that I’ve really locked horns with actors. It did not hurt the films, it just hurt the moment of the filmmaking.
I take the bull by the horns and make a plan and go for it.
Do I believe in the devil? I don’t believe in a figure with horns and a tail.
And for me the only way to live life is to grab the bull by the horns and call up recording studios and set dates to go in recording studios. To try and accomplish something.