Song of the Month
This month’s featured song is "Can’t Make Love With Your Memory", a pop song I wrote with Ray Ducharme and Vic Michener back in 1996. This is a brand new (Summer 2015) recording of the song.
- Multiple Recordings Updated - Several songs have been updated with October 2015 mixes from my forthcoming (2016) pop album, In and Out of Love Again. These include "Lust", "One Good Reason", "That Kiss", and "What Do You Want to Know".
- New Recording of “Can’t Make Love With Your Memory” - A clip from a new recording of "Can't Make Love With your Memory" has been posted on its lyrics page.
- Website Now Mobile-Friendly - This website got a major overhaul for its July 2015 update, making it mobile-friendly using responsive design and adding a number of features. For more on the history of this site's design see the "Evolution of a Website" blog entry.
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Recent Blog Entries
- Three-Month Progress Report - Exactly three months ago, I announced my intention to produce a pop album, with the working title In and Out of Love Again, for release sometime during the first half of 2016. I also promised to provide occasional updates on the progress of the album, which I’ve done a couple of times since then in ... Read more
- Thirty-Four Years of “Lust” - Somewhere around thirty-four years ago, back in 1981, I was attending college in the small town of Potsdam, New York at what was then called Clarkson College of Technology (now Clarkson University). I’d become very interested in a young woman I’d met via the college’s theatre club, and I’d thought we had a plan to ... Read more
- Story Behind the Song: “Just a Little Kiss” - This month I thought I’d introduce a second track planned for my forthcoming pop-flavored album (working title In and Out of Love Again) and tell the story of how this particular song came into being. The song’s title is "Just a Little Kiss", and I’ll let you have a listen before getting to the story: ... Read more
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Updated: November 1, 2015