All Good Music

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And why? What's this passion for?” For her she didn’t know her passion at the time but for me I know mine. I want to write a great song. To dig it out of the mud and to wash it off and once it looks right, put it back and do it all over again. If it comes through acceptable a third or fourth time, it can be a song that can be recorded and sung by the right person. To find the right personto sing that song that is another long story. As I have said, many years ago I wrote this song, Temptation, because I was feeling kind of Michael Jackson like. The musician not the man. My friend, DJ Mickey Bono, had the beat on his on studio equipment with no words. This was my first song I had ever written. It reminds me of many of nights at the club chasing the girls. Huh. That’s all I can say. So I will leave you with a little Temptation and hope you can keep the lights on. Thank you. View More »

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