I am Michael Clark a 75-year-old Saxophonist. I have played the saxophone in and out of bands most of the time. From the time I was a young child, I have always wanted to play and sound like a professional.

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Hello To all I know that I have been away for a while. I am now back and I hope to grow the fan base and the website much larger. I have been through some hard times in health and a lot of other ways. I lost a lot of equipment to keep above water. I am now in the process of rebuilding the home studio. I want to thank the staff at Site Ground Hosting for the great job that they have done, and most of all the people that have stayed with me during the years. I AM BACK new tunes will start coming out in a short while and if I can help someone I will. I can help with websites, such as HTML coding and the placement of plugins of code This site is hosted at Site Ground.

All of the audio files on this site were done in the home recording studio. I hope that you enjoy them. While in High School I Played in a 1950 style rock group as well as many other groups. I have been in and out of bands most of the time. Now it is 2021 and I live in Tallahassee Fla. I still play the Saxophone it is like a first love that you never forget. The songs that are on the site range from 1950 to the present time. I grew up in the 50s, so my style runs with deep roots in the style and Jazz that was the 50’s. I moved around from city to city and from place to place but The one thing that has stayed with me is the SAX. I played 6 nights a week and played in a Road group for a while some things you can just not give up, as it becomes part of you and what you are. the old songs have been what has kept me going. I still play even today. I am still Playing and Recording Music in the studio. It is what I haft to do it keeps YOUNG even at the age of 75.
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This Is a disk of Favorite songs that I have enjoyed through the Years both on and off stage. I hope that you also enjoy this disk. On this disk, I have some Country, Blues, Church Praise, and a Tune or so that is in the Public Domain. This disk is a group of Songs That span from the ’50s to today. I enjoyed putting this disk together. I hope that you also enjoy them. Music is the one thing that can make someone smile on
a dark day and in times of trouble. It can bring joy to a troubled soul Please Click here To Check out this CD AND TRACKS Thanks

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This is the second CHRISTMAS CD, CHRISTMAS WITH MIKE. The ten Christmas songs that are on this cd are the sound of Christmas and the season.
Christmas is a magic time when the world falls in love once more. It’s Christmas Time with the joy of the season people warm up for a short time from the cold world. It is once more time to Praise God. Praise GOD for the sound of the voice. Praise him with the sound of the drum. Praise him with the sound of the guitar. Praise him with the sound of the saxophone. Praise him with the sound of the trumpet. Praise God for all things that make music. Praise Him it is a Birthday. I hope that you enjoy this work as much as I enjoyed putting it together. May the Season of Christmas and the New Year bring you happy times. Thanks for stopping in and looking at the new CD. I also want to thank the staff at Cd BABY and HOST baby for all they do. They make the dream come true. Please click herd review and to purchase


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Your Cup is Full

One day an important man, a man who wanted to command and control obedience came to visit the master. “I have come today to ask you to teach me about Zen. Open my mind to enlightenment.” The tone of the important man’s voice was one used to getting his own way. The Zen master smiled and said that they should discuss the matter over a cup of tea. When the tea was served, the master poured his visitor a cup. He poured and he poured and the tea rose to the rim and began to spill over the table and finally onto the robes of the wealthy man. Finally, the visitor shouted, “Enough! You are spilling the tea all over. Can’t you see the cup is full?” The master stopped pouring and smiled at his guest. “You are like this teacup, so full that nothing more can be added. Come back to me when the cup is empty. Come back to me with an empty mind.”