“The Spirit at the Lake” Reflections on the value of a family gathering place.
“The Blue Waltz” A day dreamer’s observations on faint raindrops and a still lake… from the family cabin dock.
“672 Days” A playfully pining young woman awaits the return of her beau.
“The Wolf Creek Waltz” A Pony Express Rider seeks the girl of his dreams at Wolf Creek… and she is.
“Family Blues – 1990” A satire on one stage of family life by a young father of four.
“In My Heart, Forever” A young father’s long-term hopes for his 3 year-old daughter, and their relationship… that all came true.
“Dad’s Hideaway Boogie” A Boogie Woogie piano spun off Freddy King’s “Hideaway” opening line… fully embellished.
“Bright Eyes” The firsthand witness of the birth of a granddaughter… commemorated for her.
“Ashokan Farewell” (Instrumental) A mandolin tribute to Jay Ungar’s 1983 fiddle song, with more various instruments… a family favorite.