Blues Harp Magic

Recording technology and economics have a peculiar way of influencing the progress of music.  I remember when the folks at Apple first opened their iTunes store, and started selling individual songs for 99 cents each.  Some people bemoaned the death of the long-playing album, saying sales would suffer if people could pick and choose only... Continue Reading →

Devilishly Good Stuff

The 1961 blues record King of the Delta Blues Singers by Robert Johnson is a legendary recording that was released at just the right time.  Johnson had been dead for over twenty years by the time this LP was put out, but it became one of the most influential recordings for some of the biggest... Continue Reading →

My Will Is Strong

Willpower.  The greatest creative force known to humankind.  The sheer force of will that fuels the effort to bring into existence something, where once there was nothing.  The willpower to bring a vision into reality.  Drive, commitment, resolve and tenacity are the things that overcome obstacles, bridge long distances, and make the seemingly impossible, possible.... Continue Reading →

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