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we are going to Holland this week

Grandfather died. I really loved the Corporal…he lived a vibrant healthy life up until his sudden death at 94 (last week). I will be posting the Wednesday Wallop (best name I have to date for the song a week) as usual. I must warn you though – with the emotions and experiences being what they

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new song > so this is love

this was a rough one….dogs barking during vox takes, lyrical uncertainties, questionable motivations, issues swarmed around….. unblinking – I forged ahead and will have to release it. Now, of course, you might say “you don’t have to release it”…I don’t, you are right, but I want to do a song a week remember? This was

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Ezekiel and idols of the heart

it has been a very fascinating journey through Ezekiel. I am in chapter 14 now, and considering the warnings God gave to Jerusalem… I also think on applications in my own life, especially idols in my heart. God would have us all put Him first, because if we don’t, we are easily led astray and

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new song > glorious day

this song is a pretty upbeat little number. May it put a smile on your face. I had the good pleasure of collaborating with Matt Leonetti, and he laid down the Hammond (much appreciated)… I have a confession to make. I don’t know what I am doing. There. I said it. I don’t know chords,

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new song > go vikings (pump this party)

this weeks song is for the Minnesota Vikings and the fans that make it all happen. I salute you all. I also want to thank Tim, Jill, Halle, Courtney, Rick and Matt for your voxels and guitar work, as well as the use of the portable digital Zoom unit, and of course my wife –

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Preparing for Ezekiel

I am getting ready to study Ezekiel, and decided to get some preparatory insight. I opted for the Ray Stedman audio stream, “Wheels, Bones and Restoration”, which is found here. Once you click there you will need to scroll down to find the above titled stream. I highly recommend this preface to anyone wanting to

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new song > cradle to the grave

Well – here is my latest song. I am calling it cradle to the grave. The main melody, which the sax plays, has been in my mind for some time. I did not really plan on doing it in a jazz style, and I am not particularly “jazz literate”, which any true jazz player will

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The Rohan Master

The Rohan Hours is a book I have had the pleasure of obtaining from my (now late) aunt Topsy. She was an ardent art enthusiast, and she gave me several art books when I helped her move to Minnesota from Boston. She gave me a wonderful gift in these books, and to share I plan

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New Song! someshine