I'm old school - I think there should be a "Title cut" on every album and that the title of that song should also be the theme of the album. Right after I finished the "Never too Late" album, I realized that writing, recording and performing those songs was my therapy. When you experience loss, you need to talk about it and many of my songs allow me to say things that I would probably never say if it was not in the context of a song. So in December of 2017 I wrote and recorded this song. I didn't know at the time that it would be the "title cut" but as work progressed on the album I realized that I was still in therapy :-).
Below are stories about my original songs from my albums "Never too Late" and "Pretty Good Therapy"
A few of the stories make reference the loss of my wife - if you want to know a little more about this story, I wrote about it in this blog post.
Here are the track listings for the two albums and links so that you can go straight to a specific song story if you wish. If you would like to get these on CD, come to a SHOW and I will give it to you for free! If you can't make it to a show, you can also get the CD from the store.
PRETTY GOOD THERAPY
- Pretty Good Therapy
- When I was a Kid
- When this scar is gone
- Old Rednecks and Hippies
- We Tried
- The Simple Life is Still the Best
- Would you let me Come Back Home
- Life is Full of Metaphors
- Better Than the Last
NEVER TOO LATE