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Thanks for popping by. No need to take your shoes off. Grab a coffee and leave a note if you have the time... Take care, and come back soon - Al
posted on Sun April 13, 2008
Al, I just listened to Falling Apart, and it's now my favorite by you.
Excellent work, and my wife likes it too.
posted on Wed March 19, 2008
Lovely Beatlish harmonies here, and your usual inventive, slick production. And I can empathise with the sentiment ... !
Very best wishes,
posted on Wed February 20, 2008
Hello there Al.
Don't you write any more?
We've had some mixed weather here lately, ranging from hot and sunny over 30 degrees Cel. to cold and raining, as it is today. You must be heading for better temps now that Winter is nearly over for you.
My kids are well. My son is in his last year of primary school. My daughter is doing her 2nd year at high school.
I haven't been writing anything lately. A bit like you, stacks of other and higher priorities. I work three days a week at a terrific primary school. The children are enthusiastic and I love teaching Art. Every piece is a winner. They surprise me every time.
I know this is idle chatter, but I haven't spoken to you for so long. I hope you're not neglecting your song writing. I keep looking to see if there is anything new.
Good wishes to you and your family.
posted on Fri January 11, 2008
Are you still around?
posted on Wed January 2, 2008
Happy new year, I hope you are enjoying 2008.
Keep in touch
JOHN PAUL IMMORDINO
posted on Fri December 28, 2007
Did you have a Happy Christmas?
Lots of belated cheers to you and your family.
Have a great New Year. 2008!!!!!!
posted on Sun December 9, 2007
Well, it's lovely to see/hear you're still being creative. I was afraid you'd traded in your life long interest for a job in the real world. It's great to see you can work both in to your apparent, busy schedule.
Congrats on prioritising your time and fitting in family, job and your beloved music.
Hope to hear more...very soon
posted on Fri November 30, 2007
Wondering if you're still around? I know you said that you didn't have time any more for writing, but I truly didn't think you could give up on it when it is so ingrained inside of you. Is it possible for you to make time? Can you give it a go? Are you still playing your music? What on earth are you doing instead? I know....family comes first (at least you have your priorities right!) ....then, "real work"....surely you have a moment for yourself?
My children are hanging out for the Christmas holidays, which are only three weeks away. (They return to school, end of Jan) Jamie has just had a hand operation and can't work. He needs a break anyway, but what a way to get one.
It's a bit early to send you Christmas cheer so here's the regular and true felt greeting.
All the best to you and your family
With warm regards,
posted on Fri October 26, 2007
How's the song coming along Al?
posted on Wed October 3, 2007
I've left you a message in my "message" section.
posted on Fri August 24, 2007
I hope you don't mean that you will be giving up writing altogether. It would be a sad day for the Arts if you were to withdraw from its circle. I realise the necessity of attending to family and, of course, a real job, but maybe with some organisation you may be able to devote some time to your passion over the week.
I wish you all the best with whatever you decide to do. I am here if you want to keep in touch.
posted on Mon July 30, 2007
I thought you'd gone on holidays since you haven't written for close to two months.
I really like your new song. I'm amazed at your vocal range. Hope everything is well at home and if you did go away during your Summer, that a good time was had by all.
We've had some rain here and some bitterly cold mornings, but having passed the Winter solstice, our days are slowly getting longer.
My daughter is a typical new teenager and my son is still playing his sports (adding tennis to the list)
My husband is working hard and is thinking of taking some time off to go up the mountains to do some snow boarding. (Not for me though!) We've had a heap of snow in the mountains this season. Stacks of Victorians are taking the opportunity to ski.
Sorry I haven't spoken about music. I'm just having some fun in amateur musicals at the moment. (Rehearsing for Kiss Me Kate...minor part)
All the best, whatever you're doing.
Keep up the marvellous song composing.
posted on Wed July 4, 2007
I've listened to some of your songs and I really don't know what to say.
Very creative music and lyrics and a presentation of a variety of styles and ideas. A professional production and impressing number of songs.
I come back to your page. Maybe I get the right words to say. Right now I'm just surprised and in a state of positive chock.
posted on Tue July 3, 2007
Gosh, how time flies. I can't believe that it was almost a month ago that I wrote!
I listened to your latest song. We had the story about the abduction in our newspapers. I cringe when I hear of things like that. I start to become over protective of my own children.
Nothing much to say really, just popped in for a visit.
Hope you and your family are well.
posted on Fri June 8, 2007
3 new songs uploaded.
Best one is Maybe Love.....Well Maybe not...What do you think?
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