These tracks, by the different artists and listed accordingly, are
tracks that have not appeared on albums. They are tracks that were more
than album requirements, tracks written as special demonstrations (such
as song writing events), tracks writeen for special reasons or not used
for a variety of other reasons.
They are placed here for your
benefit and may not only be played as individual tracks (as with all
albums) but may also be downloaded as individual tracks but not as a
complete set. All tracks are MP3's. Click on the song name to play the
song and click the download button at the end to download the song as a
There are bound to be tracks added to this page as
time goes by, so if you are interested in new tracks, keep checking
back to this page.
Prepare For Battle:
We need to equip ourselves with the armour and weapons that God
provides for the battles we face are not physical ones but spiritual
ones. This is rock Gospel.
Me From Your Word:
The Bible is a true source of strength for all who are prepared to take
the time to read it. It is spiritual food for our soul. This Christian
ballad could certainly be used in a variety of ways.
You Accepted The Change:
God offers all people a chance to bring about a major change in our
life. It is up to us to choose what we do with that invitation.
Prayer To You Lord: A song of prayer offered by
someone who is really feeling despair as the world around them tries to
crush their spirit.
Mood For Kelli:
An instrumental song that captures the many moods of an individual, who
could be anyone you know, male or female.
Sometimes a person comes into our life and, for whatever reason, leaves
a mark that will last forever. This person can have made an impression
for any number of reasons but they will always be remembered, as will
the details of their life and the meeting as well many other details.
Across The Room:
As we journey through life there will be those who leave a
lasting impression because we have just caught a glimpse of them as we
have moved throogh life. A smile is what we remember most.
Before Your Eyes:
In life we are often looking in the wrong place for the special things
of our life. We look away and not right in front of us where the very
thing we are looking for is waiting to be recognised.
Tears, Wasted Years:
One of life's forgetablle experiences is the time and effort we spend
on an individual only todiscover that, despite the efforts, they were a
I spent many years associated with the small town of Tingha and at one
stage I was asked if I could write a song that the sportsmen and
sportswomen could use as a "battle" song when they were competing away
from home or against visiting challenges. This song is what was
returned to that request.
I spent many years as a part time employee at Bonshaw Public School and
during those early years, the principal asked if I could re-write the
music for the school song. An earlier employee had written some really
powerful words but they used another song and, with the rising concern
about copyright of music, he felt the school needed it's own music.
With such well written words, the music was relatively easy to write
and a marching style was chose so that it could be used as a school
march as well.
You're Still My Friend:
This song had a very different beginning. On New Years's day 2011, my
friend had a little dog run over and killed. That dog had been a long
time friend for her and she was devastated. The song was written as a
consolation for her loss. I shared the words with a few people. Just a
few weeks later my father passed away and it was suggested that the
song would be great to have done at the funeral service. They had
realised the potential of this song as one that would touch most people
who had lost a loved one through death. The song was recorded and
played in the period of time before the actual service began. Click here
to look at the words of this song.
Many men dream of having their own Cinderella as a partner. The added
bonus would be that she was a princess as well. This song runs around
that fantasy in different ways.
The Love I Have:
Originally recorded to be released on a planned album for 2012 but that album was ultimately shelved for a number of reasons.
Ballad Of Bobbie Lee: One of many songs written
by the author for the Crying
In The Silence anti abuse website, this one was
the only one recorded by Semanon. A warning that this song contains a
theme that may be offensive to some, as it deals with child sexual
abuse and the potential result that it can (and often does) bring to
A Children's Christian song that certainly lends itself for some
actions as the children are singing.
When people are hurt the body takes over and, sometimes with some help
from medicine, then the injury is healed. Sometimes the hurt is not
physical but is emotional or mental (to mention two) and a different
kind of healing is required. This hard rock song deals with the
spiritual healing that is available to all those with a requirement for
My Way Back To You:
At some time in most peoples' lives they wander from the pathway of
life into realms that can be very harmful in some way. This song talks
about making our way back from that point we have reached to where we
Freedom We Ride:
A song inspired by the 2 million bikers ride in Washington DC on 11th
September, 2013. The link will take you to details, play button and
And So We Rush To Die: An anthem for today's
situation as we see the world heading straight for destruction while
most of the world would rather pretend that nothing is wrong. The
consequence of that blindness is surely death. This may be
viewed on YouTube