Press play above for "Been So Long" from Blue by
1997 Live at the Lake
Press play above for "Jumpin Jack Flash" performed live in
New York City in 1969 by the Rolling Stones. It's a gas, gas, gas
If music be the food of love - play on....
I have often framed the times, people and other aspects of my
life in music. If I know you, I probably associate you in some ways
with a type of music or at least one song. I play and
listen to music for my inspiration and
sanity. There are few greater thrills than when the hair on your arm
rises up during a moving passage and you know you have felt musical
passion. The music section of this site is large because music has always
been a large part of my life. Please begin with either the
play or listen
My latest compilation CDs
Every so often I put together a compilation CD and
send it out to like-minded (or at least open-minded) friends. Press
play below for the current incarnations at near-CD quality.
We have included music in our
travels. In Sydney we toured the Opera
House with a TV news team. In New York and London we see musical
theater. In Key West
and the Caribbean we find Jamaican music. The first picture below shows Ben,
Craig and I outside London's
Abbey Road Studios in 1998 making the
famous Beatles walk from the album cover. The second picture below
shows Ben on Bourbon Street in front of the Big Easy when we did the New
Orleans Jazz Festival in 1997. The third picture below shows Ben,
Craig and I "On Stage" at the
Experience Music Project in Seattle in 2002.
This site includes hours
of streaming music at mid quality and about 90 minutes of
concert streaming video. If you would like to
hear all of the music or see all the video from this site in one
place, press the
button above to
launch the virtual music room in a separate window.
As an alternative, many pages have their own content-specific music
and video which you can play as you navigate. Note: If you run anti "pop-up"
software that prevents opening a separate window,
click here to navigate
directly to the virtual music room. The music will require a
connection of at least 48.8K baud and the video will require at
least 100K baud. You'll need Windows Media Player
- the latest version of which seems to be more forgiving of slow connections.
You can download it for free
from Microsoft at: