The Music Inside the Music.

When I was a young boy we often visited my mother’s family home on Main Street in Baton Rouge. Actually it was my mother’s mother’s family home built in the late 1800s by the Whitakers. My great great grandfather who married a Reymond (Reymond Dry goods in BR) built this home and it is where […]

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Listening to Music in the Digital Age.

I have an iPod, an iPhone, a MacBook, and a number of PC’s. So I admit music is my business and have a recording studio (thus all the computers and devices). When digital music was in its infancy what I heard sounded cold and grainy. It was nothing like tape or vinyl. As time progressed […]

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Letter to Congressman John Conyers, Jr.

A while ago, I attended “Rethink Music”, a conference in Boston sponsored by Harvard and Berkley School of Music. In this two day event we heard panels speak about many aspects of the internet and music business and copyright law and enforcement of those laws. It was a balanced conference as the participants represented all […]

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Music Is A Gift

The way I see it, the music is a gift. Given freely. Maybe it has a cost to record it and have the time to create it, but if you are driven to create it then the creation is a gift, given freely. As the technology of the Internet has grown, I’ve longed to share […]

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Even Before I Knew

Even before I knew I was going to be a songwriter, I enjoyed listening to albums on great audio systems. Throughout my career, even before I knew I was going to be a songwriter, I enjoyed listening to albums on great audio systems. The sound of the music was just as important as the music […]

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