SECULAR SONGS
The Mister Joe CD entitled Welcome to My Hat  is available from
cdbaby.com  To order go to this link: Welcome to My Hat.  The CD
is also available on I-Tunes or by sending an email request to me.
                          Radio Jingles

In 1973 I wrote and produced these for the local market and barely
broke even.  On "Cash Call" I played the cash register.  On "First Instant
Printing" I sang all four voice parts and added the synthesizer.

       KDNT Radio Cash Call  LISTEN
         Denton County Enterprise  LISTEN
         Get Out and Vote  LISTEN
         First Instant Printing  LISTEN
         
LIFE IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT (2008) for children, piano and Orff instruments
- premiered by the Woodrow Wilson All Star Choir in Denton  
LISTEN
MATHEMATICAL ZOO (1998) for children, piano and woodwind quintet -
premiered at the Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas and performed at
Texas Music Educators Conference in San Antonio 2000  
LISTEN
Children's Choirs
Mister Joe Songs
Welcome to My Hat is a CD that I wrote and produced in 2003 at
Panhandle House in Denton.  Many of the song ideas came from personal
experience.  These are very good songs that have been well accepted locally
and deserve a wider audience.  Share these online - anywhere - anytime.

          1. The Hat Song  
LISTEN
          2. The Chihuahua Song  LISTEN
          3. Black Cadillac  LISTEN
          4. Dr. Phil  LISTEN
          5. Washin' Feet  LISTEN
          6. Get A Life  LISTEN
          7. Money  LISTEN
          8. Promise Me  LISTEN
          9. T-Shirt Song  
LISTEN
         10. Happiness  
LISTEN
The CD entitled The Unsinkable Mister Joe is available from
cdbaby.com  To order go to this link:  The Unsinkable Mister Joe
It is also available on I-Tunes or by sending an email request to me.
The Unsinkable Mister Joe is a CD that I wrote and produced in 2009
at Panhandle House in Denton.  The title has special significance.  If you want
to know what that is, contact me by email.  These are very good songs that
have been well accepted locally.  Share these online - anywhere - anytime.

            1. Cell Phone Song  
LISTEN
            2. North of Ordinary  LISTEN
            3. Underwear Song  LISTEN
            4. Monkey Man  LISTEN
            5. Old Man Blues  LISTEN
            6. Toot 'N' Tell  LISTEN
            7. Juxtaposition  LISTEN
            8. Do Whatever  LISTEN
            9. Lexus Jesus  LISTEN
           10. Beer Can Song  LISTEN
My training in composition has been generally classical, but it is obvious
from the songs below that I picked up some other ideas along the way.
After hearing me sing original things at the university, the students suggested
that I should do the local "open mic" downtown.  It was a great way to build
your music skills before an audience.  Before I retired all of the music therapy
were required to participate in "open mic" at the end of each semester.