photograph from New Year retreat walk – credit Ha
Release of my first album More The Love That’s Given/ Foxx’s Frequency January Playlists/ Sharings through the year (this month depression) and Oak Tree Film/Contemplations on whiteness.
Many thanks to friends who came to mark the release of More The love That’s Given in December – it was a lovely evening with many friends and many instruments, many stories; it felt good.
The album (and acoustic version) is on now Spotify, a stream of the full album is also available here on Youtube thanks to Canadian music angel Mr Foxx’s Frequency 🙂 and the album has it’s own page here – with stories of the songs and…
an invitation to share…
Started last year I would like to continue to invite stories of the songs to collect together here. My wish is to do one a month through this year starting with ‘depression’ the theme of the album’s opening song Be Still.
If you feel you can share please send me a note through the contact page and we can see together how best to do it. It would appear here with your name or anonymously.
January playlists and a live video from aforementioned Foxx’s Frequency featuring a couple of songs from the album, Lay Down and There’s A Place alongside many other songwriters from around the world. Click through to find many songs I have been touched by in the last few weeks – and Oak Tree.
and lastly I’ll be returning to All Saints Community Church in January to begin recording new songs.
I have 4 which I plan to do first:
Listen To Women/Young Colours/This Skin and Oh Friends.
3 are written and one, This Skin, is being written. This is about whiteness, having white skin and the history tied into that and how that’s playing out in the world now – my reading into this subject has been the below books and podcasts – I wonder if others have also been reading and if so would like to share?
In many ways a concerning start to 2020; may you find peace and loving strength in your own ways as we begin the new year