new song > sorry babe

Well, here it is… the post I have been putting off for some time. Why? Because it marks a new venture. No – I am not necessarily going to write a song a week for another year. The truth is, this is MUCH more ambitious / intimidating… and I hesitate to say much more specifically about it now – because of the trepidation with which I will hold myself responsible. Not making sense? OK, don’t worry – you will notice that this song, “sorry babe” starts a new song table. The new project is going to be called (for now) The M Initiative. I have a bit of a vision, and plan – inspired by specific events which I will explain at a later date. Right now let’s just say “man makes his plans and God guides his path” regarding the M Initiative.
Now on another note – the song “sorry babe” was actually started years ago when my wife and I were in a very big seemingly insurmountable fight. The opening line “she went out to get the mail, never came back and I never could tell…” kind of stood in the front of my mind demanding attention. I sketched a basic idea and moved on. Last week I had a new lyric about “the last coal flicker in the firelight” come to me while I was mowing the lawn…then I started hearing harmonicas and here we are. A good friend, (thanks Jim!) loaned me his harmonica set – and I stumbled my way through learning and recording for this song. For the record this song is not completely autobiographical – but I would be remiss to say I understand the inner workings of the muse, and how we are inspired, influenced and ultimately just plain hammer and tape things together for a result…. Today my wife and I are stronger than ever – but if you would have told me that then – I would have laughed in your face. Click the arrow or download as you prefer.

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well thank you


Great, poppy, moody piece of work!


LOVE IT! This is one of my favorites of all of your songs, it really hit me up close and personal. Wow!


I appreciate you stopping in, having a listen and feeding back…




I LIKE IT! I started noting a few time marks in this piece to comment on as I favored those. Then, there became too many. Look forward to talking more and enjoying your work more. And, it sounded like you had a seasoned harmonica player next to you in your studio – – – but it was you! Wow!


…lyrics are a comin…hey Jim! Thanks…really appreciate your swinging by and feeding back! Well – on the “seasoned” harmonica bit – if you had any idea how much work (how many takes in the studio) it was to get this you might be a little less impressed… 🙂

I guess that is one thing I like about the studio wizardry…it helps me make the dreams I hear a reality…also, thank you so much for lending me your harmonica set..I should have it back to you this coming week.


Just had Paige listen to this. She heard the Drummer playing harmonica too!


sweet! hope she liked it…I still have her recording on the drive…

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New Song! hear the drum