“That’s The Way It Goes!”


Written by David Lawler
Additional Commentary by Eve Kerrigan
Original Music by Alex Saltz, APS Mastering
Introduction Music: “Centerfield” (John Fogerty) (from the 1985 album “Centerfield”).
Audio Clips: “A World Of His Own”, “The Mighty Casey.

Recorded January 6, 2016

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Running Time: 36:30 Direct Download

One response to ““That’s The Way It Goes!””

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    William Langan

    Great commentary! Thanks for sharing. I look forward to hearing more in the future. And that is, as you say, “the way it goes!”


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