I hope you’re all well and getting at least a little time to enjoy Spring. I just wanted to update you on a couple of exciting developments, and pass out some goodies for good measure.
First, I have just been solemnly dubbed the “San Francisco Spirituality & Personal Growth Examiner.”
This doesn’t mean I’ve become some kind of municipal government agent like a health inspector who makes sure yoga studios’ mats are clean or something like that. It means I have a new column at Examiner.com that will deal mostly with San Francisco Bay Area developments in the areas of personal growth and spirituality, but I also plan to slip in some of my own brand of woo-woo wisdom along the way.
Second, I have some new compositions in my oeuvre, as the French would say. These are in the same film soundtrack/video game genre as the work I shared with you earlier on this site. I hope you enjoy them!
I’ll post links to them below — they’re all in MIDI format, which should be listenable on practically any computer, with the minor drawback that MIDI doesn’t exactly sound like the London Symphony Orchestra. But I know you’re all creative people, and that you can just imagine that there are real instruments playing the various parts. In the Royal Albert Hall, of course.
- Dark March
- Tense Fusion
- Chasing Kelly’s Goat (disclaimer: name chosen by a friend)