The title says it all--take a theme and repeat it until it's time to change keys and then repeat it some more...
Credit to Tony Scalzo and the band Fastball for writing this melody, which I proceeded to significantly warp into a new tune. Notes of Delilah and Besame Mucho floating around in here as well.
A true-life story about my friend who rescued dozens and dozens of feral cats from an abandoned house in our neighborhood.
This Stratocaster kinda sounds like a chicken, doesn't it?
A "requinto" (ray-KEEN-toe) is a Spanish guitar that's about half the size of a normal classical and tuned up a fourth. I knick-named mine "Quinto" and carried it 150 miles or so on my back on our Portuguese Camino hike in 2018.
A jazzy piece that's kinda cool...
My friend Will Woltz grew up in North Carolina in the 1950's. That background, plus the extraordinary times we're living in now, inspired him to write this wonderful tune. Here is my version, which I hope you will download and recommend to everyone you know who desires a change. If you want to read the lyrics, hit the Info button.
This tune was recorded during the TRIO sessions at Kung Fu Bakery Studios in Portland.