For me, music and art have always gone hand in hand. Case in point, one Sunday afternoon, while listening to Minnie Riperton’s “Alone in Brewster Bay,” I sketched what I thought might be happening in HER mind as she sang that song. Then I began creating other pieces. And with my favorite music playing in the background (love songs), it’s no surprise that each turned out to be romantic in nature.
Here are just a few of those songs that moved me and that could have easily been dedicated to a special someone as they were being composed: "Never Let Me Go," by Aretha Franklin; "My Imagination," by Bill Withers; "Darling, je vous aime beaucoup," by Dean Martin; "The Sand and The Sea," by Nat King Cole; "Nothing Can Change This Love," by Sam Cooke; “Can't Take My Eyes Off You," by Nancy Wilson; "And I Love Her," by Harry Connick, Jr.; "I'll Close My Eyes," by Diane Schuur; "Time For Love," by Randy Crawford; "Thank You," by Bobby Womack.