Waystations

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It’s been a while since I’ve posted. The world seems to have turned upside down in the meantime, but I continue to write songs and improvise instrumentals. Here is my latest offering, on the theme of Waystations. I like the word, as it feels like those off ramps from the main road of life, that we choose to explore and learn from.

Hope you enjoy!

Jim

Waystation One

 

Waystation Two

Waystation Three

Three For George

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My cousin George Boorman passed away suddenly on May 3rd, 2021. He was a special person, and I have a lifetime of fond memories of him. In this pandemic time, there couldn’t be an in-person memorial service, but there was a beautiful online one. When I heard of his passing, I had been composing piano pieces, and the last three were all done thinking of him. “One For George” was played at the memorial. There are two others in this group. It is my small tribute to a wonderful life, and a wonderful man, whose positivity, spirit of adventure, love of life, and generosity to everyone he met, will live on.

Here’s to you George!