This latest instrumental from the “Black Moon” album was composed many years ago as a birthday present for our friend Sharon Wise, a dancer. It has a Spanish feel to it, not flamenco, more classical.
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John Kirnan was just a boy when his father died. One of the few memories he has of their time together is playing catch with him. As well as being a big hockey fan, John’s father loved baseball too […]
Not much to say about this piece, the title says it all. If you’re a guitarist though, you might like to know that the guitar is tuned to Open G (D G D G B D).
Inside the shop, it feels quiet, despite the occasional thunder and constant hiss of rain, outside, in the city. Shadow shadows a lone passerby like a mostly metaphysical detective who’s there but not seen. Inside, on ladder-like shelves, under covers, book thought softly sleeps, and waits. There is a sense of something on the way, from the other side of normal. The cat’s eyes slowly open. The clock strikes three. And then….
“Why Rivers Run” is from the “Green to Gold” album. This is the first video of one of my songs.
Here’s another instrumental from “Black Moon,” the new album I’m working on. I wrote this tune for my mother about 15 years ago. For any guitarists out there, it’s in an open G tuning: D G D G B D.
I’m working on a new album. It’s called “Black Moon.” At the bottom of this post, you can download the title track. It’s a guitar instrumental.
Well, I wouldn’t call this a gem, but here’s another small stone from my odd little rock collection of musical memories that I’m calling “Lost Tracks.” Like the others, one day, we may get it all polished up […]
It was still really tricky and took quite a while but, this time, I managed to improve the sound quality. So if you downloaded “Out of the Blue” before March 3, 2014, and would like to replace your copy of “One Storm Away” with the improved version, I’ve put a download link at the bottom of this page. The album download itself, on the “Out of the Blue” post, now contains the new version of the song and a new jewel case cover.
Unlike the previous Lost Track, this one is definitely not an acoustic guitar piece. Another way it differs from “Shadows in the Woodlands” is that, rather than being quite short, it’s thirteen minutes long. A mini album, you might say. So you’re really getting your money’s worth with this one. Of course, all Lost Tracks are free, so I guess that means it ain’t worth nothin’. Forget I said that.