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My 2014 album of Christmas carols, What Child is This?, feature features traditional Christmas carols performed in modern, and some traditional, arrangements. It is available on CD at Kunaki. You can also find digital downloads at Amazon MP3, Google Play, iTunes, and other online music stores.

Song of the Month

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This month’s featured song is "It Started in a Manger", a Christmas song I originally wrote in 1982 but heavily revised in 1996, replacing the entire second verse. (See my blog entry, "Story Behind the Song: ‘It Started in a Manger'” for more on the song’s history.) This recording is from my 2006 EP of original Christmas songs, That Time of Year. It is available in popular digital music stores.

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Recent Blog Entries

  • Thoughts on the Demise of Cakewalk - In an announcement dated November 17, 2017, but which only became public knowledge earlier this week, Gibson Brands, the company that is best known as a guitar maker (e.g. they make Les Paul guitars), announced that they were, “ceasing active development and production of Cakewalk branded products.” The reason stated was, “to better align with ... Read more
  • ¡Con Gusto! - When I took Spanish in high school, we learned that the response to, “gracias,” (“thank you”) should be, “¡de nada” (an expression translated as, “you’re welcome,” but literally meaning, “from nothing”, with an intention along the lines of, “there’s nothing to be thankful about”). It makes sense, I guess. I mean, it’s kind of a ... Read more
  • The Mid-Year Break - Can you believe we’re already halfway (plus a few days) through 2017? At the start of the year, my “Looking Backward, Looking Forward” blog, in addition to reflecting a bit on the year gone by, speculated a bit on what might be in store for this year. I’d alluded to some recording projects I had ... Read more

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Updated: December 1, 2017