Raun, I met you in Oneonta, NY at SUNY Oneonta circa 68-69 when you were playing the coffee house circuit. We had a lovely chat and you gave me your address. I wrote you a letter and you wrote back and then you vanished into thin air. After almost 40 years and remembering how to spell your name I found you again. I'll be buying some of your music one of these days soon. I loved it then and probably still will.
I can't believe this! I also saw you at the SUNY Oneonta coffee house in 1968. I also talked to you for quite a while. You were very nice, and oh, such a marvelous singer and songwriter. I remember a song you did called, "Sweet Sad Memory Day." It was incredible. I don't see it on any of your recordings. Whatever happened to that song?
Just like you, I hope that all of the people around the world enjoy the Halloween season and got the chance to commemorate the lives of their loved ones who are not here anymore. These two seasons are very special for all of us because it allows us to look back and have some fun at the same time. We all know that Halloween celebration is most associated with children who are asking for candy, known as "trick or treat"!