It’s 2003 and I’m 41 years old. My father would pass away this year so it wasn’t exactly a stellar year. However, my faith saw me through. I remember driving down to St. Michael’s Cathedral and hearing this song by the Canadian duo Appleton come on the radio. The radio program was called Lovers and Other Strangers, […]Read More Reelin’ in the Years – 2003
So it’s time once again to pick my fav song for a particular year. This time 1964. ’64 was the year of the British Invasion. Take a look at the Billboard top 100 for that year and you’ll be amazed how many Beatles tunes fill the chart. I started to get mixed up counting at […]Read More Reelin’ in the Years – 1964
Earthpages has taken a back seat the past few days as I really wanted to get this out asap. My little blurb at SoundCloud says it all: You guessed it. I was thinking of Paul McCartney and other 70s feelgood love songs a bit when mixing this. But the tune was written in the late […]Read More back in the groove
I think this is one of the last really good Elton John songs. It’s not quite as memorable, say, as “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down On Me” but as the image in the video suggests, that sun is still shining and hasn’t set yet. Digital recording was still fairly new when this cd came […]Read More Elton John’s – The One (1992)
I was in a poetry mood tonight so came up with this. Not having written verse for a while, I decided to use my old pen name from literally decades ago.Read More Love gone sour
I’ve been meaning to photograph this guy for quite a while. I picked him up for free at my local parish. People leave stuff there, sometimes interesting stuff, to take away. Sort of like an informal exchange. Nobody seemed to want this guy. So I grabbed him.Read More have a heart
Somewhere in the distant future… a bio-bot cries out through space and time… That’s the blub I used at SoundCloud to describe this tune. Known influences are Daft Punk, Jim Morrison, Bach – Mozart – Beethoven – Sibelius (those classical guys…) and all the other electronica and dance musicians I’ve heard. Lots. Too many to […]Read More TogetherForever
I was in the used bookstore yesterday and heard this groovy sounding Steve Winwood music playing in the background. As I pondered the book titles I searched my memory and, no matter how hard I tried, couldn’t locate the record I was listening to. It sounded very 70s and I thought I knew just about every Blind […]Read More Steve Winwood Back in the Highlife Again!