More Stories We’ll Never Know The End Of…

52 thoughts on “More Stories We’ll Never Know The End Of…”

  1. Hi Mike. I’m a WP newbie who “stumbled” upon your work. I must say – awesome stuff. Really enjoyed this, got me thinking and remminissing. Definitely going to follow. Blessings.

  2. Absolutely beautiful music. I found myself naturally singing to A Long Way to Go – like I knew it all my life. Wonderful that you’re an ecologist and a musician. I blend voice teaching and craniosacral therapy, and wanting to add the sustainability piece in too.

  3. Thanks for a nice three plus minutes. Loved the pictures of the past or maybe the new future. The music was reflective like the mirrors of the mind on memories long gone by.

    1. Thanks mate, when I wrote and recorded the song I was remembering travelling across the mid-west and not seeing it as it is today but thinking about how it might have been in the past, including during the era in the video. I do that a lot with landscapes. Last year whilst travelling across northern France I was doing the same with respect to the two world wars. Thanks for your kind compliment 🙂

  4. Hi Mike!

    I really enjoy this song and the video everytime I am checking-in on it. I would click the “Like”-button, too, but currently seem to have some kind of technical glitch, here.

    Sending much love to you in Wales,
    Steffi

    1. Thank you Steffi I’m glad you like it 🙂 Don’t worry about the like button – actually we have had quite a few glitches like that with wordpress in the UK in the past few months, I’m sure it’ll be fine soon. Mind you one of my most recent problems, with lots of internet freezing and crashing, turned out to be a little virus which I only discovered after doing a whole computer scan, so maybe bear that in mind x

      1. Thanks for the heads-up on that Mike! As you can see, I could hit the button, now (and everything works smoothly, again). I usually do those big scans regularly but have neclegted them a bit during the past weeks. So, I’ll do that right away, just to be sure.

        Those glitches, however, are something many people seem to encounter not just on WordPress and also without virtuell virusses… 😉

        Happy Monday!

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