My first music purchase. A 45 rpm, single.
So many great Beatles tunes, but this may be my favorite. What is yours?
Let’s imagine this world together.
Just a great song to crank up.
Zeppelin carried me through high school and college. I saw them live in April 1977 with my good friend Travis Wayne.
I just love Elvis Costello.
Another great song.
This is just good music. Thanks Jeff Truchan.
I agree with Rolling Stone magazine, this is the greatest song of all time
Can you believe Chris married me? And better yet, she stayed with me for life. I really like the a cappella version of this song. I saw Joe Jackson in concert at least three times.
Great beat. Great lyrics. And I love David Byrne’s voice.
Enya was played often while I wrote my dissertation.
This song reminds me of a great ski trip I had with a young Kelly and Ally. We listened to this CD a lot on this trip. The songs still remind me of these girls.
Mallory danced so beautifully to this song. Just hearing it will always make me smile.
This guy is jazz at its best and this is one of his best.
Chris and I love these guys. Very creative. Very international. We saw them twice at Red Rocks.
My gift to you. This is such a great song. If you love it, check out the YouTube version to see Puddles in action.
My aspirational philosophy.
More philosophy of life. I am pretty good at this one.
More philosophy of life.
There are so many great versions of this song but It think I love Sarah Vaughan’s version best.
I was born on April 11, 1960 the first of three boys born to Pat and Roseanne Cannon. I used to say, "I was born in Liverpool and then at age four I moved to Greece." This may sound exotic until you realize both are towns in upstate New York. Here are some other timeline highlights:
Birth announced - April 11, 1960
Family Christmas photo
With brothers, Pat and Mike
College education - with Packy and Barnie
I met a girl...
We got married...
First child - Kelly
Ally - Soccer
A year in Madrid, Spain
Mallory - soccer
Girls grow up...
A trip to Africa
A constant - in good years and bad
Sports have always been important in my life. I love to compete. I have never been a great athlete—I didn’t play any varsity sports in high school. But I have continued to try to play all my life. Here are a few of the highlights and lowlights of my sporting life.