Looking Back

I haven’t been posting much, my friends. I’m sorry for that. The Siren’s Odyssey – my first novel and my five little choir projects (including a music book series) have been taking up all my creative time.

My friend just put this on and I watched it for the first time. Dad wrote the last verse and turned the chorus around. Weeping at the wonder of time passed and loss and love. Enjoy Dean St Concert a lifetime ago with Antonio Forcione, Paul Robinson and Jonny Gee. 

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