#2 today (Sub-genre)
This is the title song of the instrumental CD. The music takes you on a trip where you finally get to meet the spirits in various time changes, then it brings you back in variable stages. Classical guitars with 12 string, flute and bass.
#3 today (Sub-genre)
Dedicated to my brother Ed, because I love him and he deserves a song dedication.
#4 today (Sub-genre)
Recorded live at Kaeuper Hall, Millikin University, 1989. Kirk Hanser - Classical Guitar; John Pfeifer - Composer; Matthew Scott - audio restoration
#6 today (Sub-genre)
T'is my first compostion and is my interpretation of what spring would sound like...Dedicated to Ms. Andrews, who taught me to play piano and read music. precious are you.
#7 today (Sub-genre)
I JUST WROTE IT, HANDPLAYED MANY KEYBOARD INSTRUMENT PARTS, AND SANG ALL VOCALS. TRUE STORY. I FOLLOWED A SPIDER. THE SONG IS NOT PERFECT.
#11 today (Sub-genre)
I would that this song was more politically correct (and I have thus put off posting it for many years) but it was perhaps the 2nd most popular song for Jones in his time.
#12 today (Sub-genre)
Dedicated to Jude Law (AKA Ekaternia, Coconut Blues Club), a talented musician and wonderful person, for all that you do, this one's for you. Thanks to you, my friend. Sitting out this summer night, the stars this night, so big and bright....
#13 today (Sub-genre)
A two-part piece: the first, an acoustic guitar, accompanied; the second, a piano march which develops into a synth & drums-accompanied melody.
#14 today (Sub-genre)
A tribute to my neice Chloe Wright, whose tragic death recently has broken the heart of her family, the people of Henfield, and all her numerous friends. Goodbye, Chloe, thanks for all your good fun and generousity.
#19 today (Sub-genre)