Music Reminder/Heads Up

Until this week, if  you listened to Paul Sings Paul on Spotify, you heard two versions of my songs; one sung by me and one sung by my freelancer. Alas, that  set up a sometimes invidious comparison. Still, Mine are better orchestrated and sung with more heart.

Or go to the PSP page and listen for free to either the MP3s of the individual songs, or the half-hour program that presents all 10.

Will there be more? Ask my muse if you see her.

This and That

Big Round Number
We make a big deal about big round numbers ending in zero: 50th reunion, the year 2000, 50th anniversary, 100 years of age. There is a column count at the bottom; this is No. 890 since 1970.

The Moment You’ve Been Waiting For
Paul Sings Paul is now on Spotify and iTunes. Run, don’t walk (OK, go ahead and walk) to buy a copy, or get a slightly more difficult to download copy free at Paul Sings Paul.

Schindler Music News: First Lie/Last Lie

(I am dropping the “More” and just making this a standing feature)

Since this song is on three of my albums (iTunes, Spotify), I am surprised I have never mentioned it in my column. It is the story of my first date with the woman who has been my wife for 43 years. First Lie/Last Lie.

While I’m at it, I spiffed up my YouTube presence. First Lie/Last Lie and All The Laughter are there as singles, and there is now a playlist of all my love songs

Right Column Redux: Schindler Jingle/Dream of a Lifetime

The column to the right on this blog contains permanent content, most of which has appeared at one time or another in the main body. I’ve decided to include a reminder.

Schindler Jingle/Dream of a Lifetime

Normally I don’t say much about these links, but since this one is just a recording…

I was jealous of my friends who had their names sung by the Johnny Mann singers because they were disc jockeys. Turns out you can have PAM sing your name, for a price. So I ordered one.

Sometimes in the car, I just play it on loop.

How often does someone have two dreams in a lifetime come true? My other dream was to get the music from Sam Patch, The Greatest Story Ever Told So Far, remixed with serious instrumentation and an overture added.