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Another New Year (At the End of the World)

The 2013 relaunch of my new song video series kicks off with this seasonally-appropriate (although a little belated) ode to making the most of the new years' you have.  Finished on January 16 and recorded the same day in our…
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Bluegrass Sunday

Written for, and recorded at, one of the bluegrass services held a few times each summer in a little church in the tiny town of Belvidere, Vermont.  The "Larry" of the chorus is Larry Brown, who made Emma (left), Grace…
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When I See the Lights Again

Finished on December 11 and recorded live at an open mike in Lincoln, MA on December 12, this song is for all the parents of grown children looking forward to gathering their families together for the holidays.  Kenny Selcer (who…
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Scary People

Written for Halloween 2011, although it didn't quite get recorded in time.  Featuring daughters Emma and Grace on some great harmonies and a bunch of scary video clips recorded by Grace and me.

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You Can't Lose (If You Don't Play)


The new song video series returns from an August hiatus with this country-ish tale of lost love.  Maybe not my most profound work, but a pretty melody and a fun song to sing.

 
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Everybody's Saying (You Can't Do That)

An anthem of sorts for all the great part-time songwriters and performers I've met the past couple of years who put great work out there every chance they get without any expectation of "making it."

 

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Looking Through My Father's Eyes

A song for Father's Day, written and recorded on June 19, 2011, in appreciation of my own father and all those who help us see the wonder of the world more clearly.

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Wiggle of a Walk

My first real children's song, inspired by and featuring my six-year-old son Matthew, the original wiggle-walker!


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As Much Yours as Mine

A sweet, sort of country-ish song of mom-appreciation finished and recorded in my back yard on Mother's Day, 2011.  Thanks, Mom!

 

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On the Rise

Written the day before Easter 2011 and intended to capture something of the spirit of that holiday, this piano ballad celebrates those who are finding a way to rise above challenges in their lives.

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Springtime in the Green Mountains

A simple, pretty folk song about the arrival of spring in Vermont.  Finished and recorded on April 13, 2011 with a slight artistic effect added to the video.

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I'm Serious

This unusually rhythmic (for me) song presents a tongue-in-cheek response to something I've often had said about me.  My son Matthew steals the show in the video, which was recorded in our front room and front yard on April 2-3…