guitar

 

sondheims one-step

http://espdisk.com/alansondheim/sondheimsonestep.mp3

yes, fast and jumpy the way we like it up here on the north slope
you can dance and jiggle all you want to the sondheims one-step
and what's more it's fast and sneaky but you gotta be faster
than sondheims one-step and you can jance and diggle to

(parlor guitar, maybe my best playing to date)

 

deep elogie

http://espdisk.com/alansondheim/elogie1.mp3

http://espdisk.com/alansondheim/elogie2.mp3

http://espdisk.com/alansondheim/elogie3.mp3

http://espdisk.com/alansondheim/elogie4.mp3

http://espdisk.com/alansondheim/elogie5.mp3

oud, guitar

for my closest and their passing now, and future passing, then

just listened to some of Jackson Moore's music, then thinking of the depths of floods and waters and the difficulty now of learning music over and over waiting for the waters to recede. so this might not be 'residency' material, but as David Bohm once said to me, it fits.

 

 
Syndicate content