#2 today (Sub-genre)
A collaboration with the very talented multi instrumentalist Ed Drury, who plays the digeridu and percusion, while I handle the guitars, percusion and bass. Result, an awsome world track. Visit Ed at www.soundclick.com/eddrury
#3 today (Sub-genre)
This song was released in Quebec in the early 70s
#4 today (Sub-genre)
Humorous song in Russian that compares Russian wives with wives from other countries
#5 today (Sub-genre)
Track ten from the 2017 album Roughneck is also this songs title
#7 today (Sub-genre)
A Jazz Blues Ballad expressing the universal heartfelt feelings of all who are separated from loved ones as the world celebrates Happy New Years.
#8 today (Sub-genre)
A musical tribute to Lekzee Patrick, an Amazing songwriter, musician, vocalsist, performer and entertainer who has touched many lives with her Fabulous songs.
#9 today (Sub-genre)
Very rough nyckelharpa demo
#10 today (Sub-genre)
Race, Religion, Sexual Orientation, IT DOESN"T MATTER WE ARE ALL THE SAME... SPREAD THE LOVE...
#11 today (Sub-genre)
The fabled Scheherazade saves her life from execution at the hands of her husband the King by telling fantastic tales over the course of 1,001 nights. Features the voice of Uyanga Bold from EW Voices of the Empire, flute played with a WX5.
#12 today (Sub-genre)
This one is for you Mr. Revis Burchfield. We Love you and thank you for your service.
#13 today (Sub-genre)
An attempt at awe and wonder regarding the potential realizations of mid-life self-actualization, featuring vocal harmonies and various guitars and synths.
#15 today (Sub-genre)
This little jazz piece tries to imitate the typical love call of cockatiels. Play it to your birdies, they'll like it ;-)
#18 today (Sub-genre)
A Propaganda Ballad from the American Revolutionary War. Documented in the 1940's. The last words of a British redcoat who wished he'd stayed at home.
#19 today (Sub-genre)