Here is one version of “You Never Give Me Your Money” by the Beatles.
Here is the song I have been working on for the past few weeks, with a whole different set of instruments: And here is a template for another song, it still needs some improvisation but I think the instrumentation is nice. And here is a gallery of some of my role models, in case youContinue reading “Music”
Five of the above characters are human. Do you know which five?
And some works by Paul Klee, which always make me happy:
Here is a Beatles song I am sure you all remember:
It has been a long time since I have posted anything. But today that ends. Here is a classical song called “The Moldau” by Bedric Smetana (1824-1884): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bed%C5%99ich_Smetana
When I was just a young pup, one of my siblings brought home this album. It was the only album recorded by this group, but some of the members went on to work with some of the biggest names in music. (For those of you born after 1998, when I was a kid we hadContinue reading “The Millennium”
Here are two versions of “Fanfare for The Common Man” by Aaron Copland. I don’t think you have ever heard anything quite like it. (I know I haven’t.) And here is a version by Emerson, Lake and Palmer that I am sure you’re gonna like!
I’m fixing a holeIn the shoes that I wearTo keep the rain from my socksIf we had some I’m petting a catWho is again on my lapAnd he can’t stop himself from purringCause he’s a kitty cat Perhaps I’ll stay homeAnd not worry about the rainIt hasn’t rained for 90 days anywayBut it still might…..
Eleanor WinslowPicks up the DiceFrom the TableOf the Local CasinoWith her friend Dino Look at her gamblingThrowing her payDown the drainAnd she’s feelingNo painSome say she’s insane All the unlucky gamblersWhere do they get their doughAll the unlucky gamblersWhy not just see a show I see it every time in VegasI see it every timeContinue reading “Eleanor Winslow”