Who Am I?

Toney, Alabama, United States
Software Engineer, Systems Analyst, XML/X3D/VRML97 Designer, Consultant, Musician, Composer, Writer

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Monday, April 24, 2017

YouTube Playlists

I've been doing some maintenance on my YouTube page today, specifically, adding playlists that organize the videos by content types, bands, animations, song styles, etc. Since there are 130 videos and more being added, this will help those who want to for example, watch Dickens Christmas Carol or the Irishspace VR epic in the right order. Or if you want to listen to the GroundLevelSound or DawgHaus songs. And so forth. Something that will help me enormously if those of you who enjoy our work will PLEASE subscribe to the YouTube channel. More subscriptions helps in various ways, search placement and yes, financially. I will continue to post songs here on Facebook but subscribers are notified and that helps me because FB is very squirrely about who gets a post of a song, and in fact, it limits those to inveigle me to buy ads. I can't afford that and I am happy to share our songs, and very grateful that you give them a spin. Many thanks! Len Bullard YouTube Playlists!

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

American Love Song

A love song to America. Hope is stronger than hate, and this makes America great. Be kind. It is the only thing that really works.

This medley is dedicated to The Hoping Machine project at The Guthrie Center in Great Barrington, MA. Good people are working to bring hope back to the center of out political and ethical culture. God bless them.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Gentle On My Mind (songwriter: John Hartford)

Ok, John and Gail, I turned off the targeting computer and used The Force. :)

This is a song I've been singing for a long time, a cover of Glen Campbell's first hit that was written by John Hartford.

Dedicated to my Dad who donated Five Dollars to the Cerebral Palsy Telethon in 1967 so at age 13, they would bring me on that Sunday morning to sing it. Ralph Emery introduced me and held a mic while I played it. For years Dad would ask for this song when I was on TV or live. Then one night, I played it to him as he died. True story.

So, fifty years later, it's time to record it. Thanks Dad, for everything.