Songs for Adults
Written in 1989 for Jo-Ann Jennings - a pupil and friend of mine who died in a car accident whilst serving as a police officer.
Written in 1973, this originally appeared on the 1975 Thomahawk album. This recording made in April/May 2008 features Lauren Cantle on backing vocals.
Heaven's Very Special Child
Written in the early nineties for a Down Syndrome charity. Edna Massimilla wrote the words.
Love Of A Kind
Written for the 2nd Thomahawk album - this is a recording made in 2006/7.
Written in 2001 about my mum and played at her funeral in 2004. She never heard it.
Once Again Goodbye
This song was written in 1974 and was published by Chappell Music as an entry for the Eurovision Song Contest that year.
One In A Million
Written in 1992 and re-recorded in May 2008 with a "string quartet" and Lauren, my step-daughter, on vocals.
Someone's Watching Over You
Written in 1998 for a little boy called Connor who had an accident. Originally recorded by Kids Choir 2000 to raise funds for him. Sadly, he died after a brave fight for life. This version was recorded in May 2008 with backing vocals from Lauren Cantle.
There's Nothing Wrong
A very "green" song written in 1992 for Choirwood - a children's choir I was co-directing at the time.
Written with Donna Jennings (Jo-Ann's sister see "Black Guitar") in the early nineties. This version features my vocal. Donna wrote the words.
You Wouldn't Say
Written for Donna Jennings to record in the early nineties. This version features my vocal.