Original music to inspire you in your spiritual life

Music has been a very important part of my life. Although I can no longer sing as I used to, I can share my music with you through the CDs I recorded over the years.

teach me to loveTeach Me to Love is my first CD, recorded back in 200o, meant to inspire you in your daily spiritual journey. One enthusiastic reviewer wrote, “First reaction – wow! Second reaction – beautiful. Third reaction – inspiring (so much so that I forgot I was power walking in 90% humidity)! . . . I heard the more advanced “now that I get it, help me to share it or learn to share it” message. Very proactive. Very walk the talk.”

Unlike Wait with Me which was acoustic in nature, Teach Me to Love is a pop album featuring upbeat songs such as “Stand Up and Be Joyful,” “Can You Teach Me” and “Come Holy Spirit” (along with some hot guitar licks from producer Ron Zabrocki).

There are songs honoring Blessed Mother Teresa (“Something Beautiful” and “Teach Me to Love,” featuring my then eleven year-old daughter Meredith on some of the lead vocals) and other songs honoring the memory of dear departed friends (“The Story in Her Eyes,” “I Will Remember You”).

Here are some sample songs from Teach Me to Love:

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Teach Me to Love (in honor of Mother Teresa)

Something Beautiful (a prayer in honor of Mother Teresa)

Stand Up and Be Joyful

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I Will Remember You

The Story in Her Eyes

I enjoyed recording this album, living out my inner Linda Ronstadt fantasy. 🙂 I hope you enjoy it too.

Click here to buy a copy on CD; it’s also available on Amazon and iTunes.

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