I have a new CD
- I have released an album of my arrangements and compositions I wrote
in the past 20 years for groups other than Vox One.
Produced by Syncopation's Tsunenori Lee Abe, it is called "To Every
Thing There Is A Season," and even though it's not entirely a
cappella, I think you'll enjoy it especially if you liked my writing
on Vox One's recordings.
VO's own Tom Baskett sings "Blowin' in the Wind," Boston Jazz Voices
sing three songs "Scarborough Fair," "Black is the Colour" and the
title track, which was originally written for my now-defunct Central
Congregational Church choir. NYC's Western Wind sings "And so it
goes," "Where is love?" and "Eleanor Rigby."
You can check out 30-second clips on my CDBaby page:
Or the full version of three tracks:
The Western Wind is coming to Bentley University in Waltham on
Wednesday, December 10 for a holiday concert. While none of the songs
on the album would be performed, I have been told that they would sing
my arrangement of "Some children see Him." For more info,