Spiritual perspective on music

All aboard the night train

I Was One Of Those Children blessed to have parents who either told me stories or sang me to sleep each night of my childhood. They sang Iullabies, hymns, cowboy songs, patriotic songs—just about anything that had a singable melody.

That was a tradition I carried on with my own children. Not because of nostalgia, exactly, but because I remembered so well the feeling of calm and security that one-to-one time with my parents gave me, listening in the dark to their soft voices. I know that hearing their beautiful or spiritual or intriguing words sparked my own creativity and imagination. Paul Cuneo, a Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter, has brought a whole new approach to this timeless tradition.

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