The recordings on this page are original material. A few are reflections on life experience, but most are just for fun!

Several were obviously influenced by my love of anything steam era railroad. Probably be a lot more of those before I’m through!

I hope you find one or two that you like!

Free to Try
A very personal metaphoric song. There is a story behind it, but it won’t be told here!
Something deeply satisfying about the successful culmination of an idea!
For Sara.
This one is pretty self explanatory!
Hot Pizza.
I believe the title says it all….
Check out the YouTube Version.
Ode to Olde Cabbage Head.
A little tune about a local work train in Manatee County during the early part of the last century.
The engine is still in existence at the Manatee County Historical Park.
Check out: YouTube: Ode to Old Cabbage Head.
Slow Freight Blues.
Tough times – great musical genre’!
Check out the YouTube Version:
Won’t let the man bring me down!
Written by Brooks Milgate.
Stolen and utilized for my own purposes!
Got to do a music video of this one!

The following recordings are works in process. They have not been professionally mastered so the volume and quality will not compare with the previous songs. I have a number of additional songs in various stages of writing and recording. I can’t really account for the sudden inspiration, but I’m enjoying it immensely!

I am working to get as many produced before the end of the year as possible. Please check back occasionally to see the progress. Let me know what you think- Good or Bad! (No- actually keep the negative comments to yourself….I’ll be fine with just the positive.)

Special thanks to Wayne DeLair of JumpDog Studios in Sarasota Florida for all the help re-recording and mastering!

Little Wooden Airplane.
Inspired by a wood biplane model that dad made me.
Young man dreams (old guy wisdom)
A little tune about the changes in life and fortunes. Gods providence.
Written from experience.
Written as a tribute to all those that were a positive influence. Those that are gone but not forgotten. Ray, Esther, Dad Miller, Harvey – we miss you but we’ll see you again!
I wrote this song in the late 70’s or early 80’s
(One of these days I’ll check when I first recorded it.)
Inspired by an acquaintance that used to brag about “workin’ the system.”
Take it for what it is….
Old Mose.
Kind of related to my fixation on railroad lore.