Released in June, 2000, "Home Town" reveals a further development of the two hand tapping and percussive style along with several compositions for the twelve string guitar. The eerily haunting "Visions" features the use of an E-Bow on the Acoustic Guitar.
Click on the song titles to hear MP3 soundclips.
Train to Trinidaddio
-- This song was written to
commemorate Trinidad's first annual Trinidaddio Blues Festival.
-- You're never too old to play hide and
seek or even sardines, all you need are some special friends.
-- Using a double tapping technique, this
song feels a little Latinish to me.
-- How can we explain what that was or
what just happened? I believe that Annie has an angel.
-- "Cujo the Rooster" made his playtime
terrorizing me down at the barnyard.
Ride the Wind
-- Imagining myself in a
hot air balloon riding with the wind.
-- A street in La Veta, Colorado
covered with memories of friends and fun.
-- Too much fun on a carnival ride.
– Colorado’s Blizzard of "97
-- For my Mom and all
those who are there when I need them.
Wazubi --(Wazubi's Blue Cup) a cozy little coffee house in downtown Trinidad, but the question remains, Who? or What is a Wazubi ??
-- For those searching for their path in life.
-- A nice lady at one of
my concerts named this song. Thanks for the help.
-- The chaos of that rush hour traffic.
-- A study of philosophy? in the
style of Leo Kottke.
--A remarkable man whose friends just call
Lullaby -- A short piece written for my children, Jeff and Kali.
-- Ask anyone at Key West about the green
flash at sunset.
(this is a very large MP3 file)
-- This song takes me away to a special
place. Close your eyes, where does it take you?
Trinidad, Colorado 81082