Touchdown Productions has been producing quality video productions of local events since 1997, including my recent show at The Open Book. To help them celebrate 20 years of awesomeness, I will be performing a few of my original tunes at 151 Union Square in Grass Valley, CA on Saturday August, 20th as part of their celebration. The party starts at 6:30pm, come join the fun! RSVP on Facebook and let us know if you will be coming.
Here is some “footie from the sesh” recorded on May 7th at SunSound Studios with Michael Logue on the board & Mark McCartney on drums. Mark tracked on “Hammer and the Chimes,” “Whirlwind Girl,” and “Movin’ On.”Â Special thanks to Mark’s wife, Lesli Schwartz for assisting with Bridget-care! 🙂 I can’t wait to hear the new mixes! Here is a little video sample of Mark rockin’ it on “Hammer and the Chimes”:
Well I’ve heard that there’s a secret chord that David played and it pleased the Lord but you don’t really care for music, do ya? It goes like this, the fourth, the fifth, the minor fall, the major lift, baffled King composing Hallelujah… Hallelujah, Hallelujah… Well you’re faith was strong but you need proof, you saw her bathing on the roof. Her beauty and the moonlight overthrew ya…
Enjoy this video of the lyrics to “Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen.
Sing along to this free MP3 – Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen
Performed by Catherine Scholz on vocals and Michael Logue on lead guitar
Notes about this track from the artist:
Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen has been a requested favorite of listeners, so I decided to release this timeless song as a free MP3.
It was recorded at SunSound Studios by Michael Logue, who also played electric guitar on the track.
Lyrics: “May the depth and strength of our dreams lift you up and keep you safe. May the depth and strength of our hope keep you whole.” – Kate Munger, Founder of Threshold Choirs
The all-women Threshold Choirs honor the ancient tradition of singing at the bedsides of people who are struggling: some with living, some with dying. The voice, as the original human instrument, is a true and gracious vehicle for compassion and comfort. The choirs provide opportunities for women to share the sacred gifts of their voices at life’s thresholds.
When we are invited to a bedside, we visit in small groups. We invite families and caregivers to join us in song or to participate by listening. We choose songs to respond to musical taste, spiritual direction, and physical capacity. The songs may include rounds, chants, lullabies, hymns, spirituals, and choral music.
The service is our gift; there is no charge. We gratefully accept donations for our ongoing expenses.