Liza Wallace – Brazilian Harp music

Friends!! Liza Wallace is releasing her album today on Bandcamp! It’s amazing and unique for a harpist to play Brazilian music like choro and forró on the harp. She really created her own sound. I had the honor of producing it, choosing the songs and musicians and helping her get it done. I chose someContinue reading “Liza Wallace – Brazilian Harp music”

My Hermeto Pascoal story

I was remembering that time I played with Hermeto Pascoal in Brasília in 2012. We talked backstage about the tunes I wanted to play. When I got to the stage, Hermeto says, “Let’s play one of your songs”. There’s a full house in Teatro Nacional Villa Lobos. I say, “You mean, let’s play one ofContinue reading “My Hermeto Pascoal story”

Selling England by the Pound

Hi friends, Listening to Selling England by the Pound by Genesis tonight. Music from 1973. Check it out. Mellotrons and prog synths, acoustic and rock guitars, flutes and frenetic drumming grooves by Phil Collins. It’s an all around masterpiece in n my opinion. Peter Gabriel is an incredibly expressive singer and master of the drama.Continue reading “Selling England by the Pound”

Checking in

Hi friends! Checking in. I’ve been experimenting with a Keto diet since Monday. Life without carbs. Fighting my food cravings is like quitting an addiction. Tough stuff, but it works! Our three kids started on-line schooling this week. It’s been hectic, but today went a little smoother. If you are in the same boat, youContinue reading “Checking in”

The Lamb lies down on Broadway – a funny story about Rael

I was listening to the Lamb Lies down on Broadway by Genesis today. The lyrics are very poetic. Peter Gabriel era…1974. Anyway, there’s a passage in the song that says: Suspension cracked on unmade roadThe Trucker’s eyes read overloadAnd out on the subwayRael imperial aerosol kidExits into daylightSpray gun hidAnd the lamb lies down onContinue reading “The Lamb lies down on Broadway – a funny story about Rael”