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You may have noticed that I am having difficulty in getting these links/posts to look the way that I want--the way that they should.
Anyway, "Hey, Momma" is a song that I wrote several years ago. It's basically a true story. Was out hiking in a state park, with a friend, and brought our guitars along. The rest is up to your own interpretation, I guess.
I haven't been able to reach my friend, Joe, for quite some time now. Really wish I could. If you're out there, Joe, send me a line.
If you haven't noticed, my favorite songs are ones with a story/meaning inside. I'm not a big fan of "bubble gum" music. I think that when we sell out to the dollar, we have a tendency to destroy the art. And, to me, music is art. The value of the art is in the eyes of the beholder.
In other words, some people like butter, some like margarine, and some like neither. I can live with that. We all don't like the same things. If we did, it would be a pretty boring world.
By the way, the link above should work--it just doesn't "look" nice!!
So, on day number two of this journey, let's talk about what I see in the future for this blog...
Posting done every day. These posts will contain, when possible, songs I have written (links?, if necessary; email contact I can send mp3's/files); my thoughts on music and life, stories about the songs and experiences in the realm of my musical travels--both current and past. Who knows what else may pop up in here.
As always, I hope you're enjoying this ride with me, and love to hear from everybody. Suggestions, of course, are always welcome; 'cause I'm still learning what I'm doing.