When I was introduced to Life And Death my son had passed away from suicide on March 3, 2011, Life And Death was uploaded to YouTube on March 17, 2011. I hold this piece close to my heart and listen to it everytime I need to be alone with my thoughts, my tears, my pain and most of all my son Richard Lee...I close my eyes and I am with him if only for a few minutes. Thank you very much...Dalia
Hello Dalia and thank you for sharing your story with me. I'm deeply sorry for your loss. I'm happy to hear that my music is bringing you some comfort. I hope that you and your family have a very Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year! All the best, Paul
No question, just wanted to let you know how much I have enjoyed your music and I hope you are in good health. Will look forward to when you come to Oklahoma City.
Take care, Laura
Dude... (here I am 54 and I just called YOU dude... sorry) ...Paul, my kids are asking me to record my piano renditions, mostly hymns and such. On a side note, listening to you on Pandora just a year ago in my shop inspired me... and my wife getting our old piano tuned. Your song stopped me in my tracks. I listened intently and RAN for the house. In a few minutes I had it down pat and I scared myself. Ever since, I can't stop playing. I also can't read music. But, to tell the truth, recording something just doesn't seem possible and scares me to death. Almost paralyzing. I don't see how anyone like me could ever afford or even get into a studio for that matter. My arrangements are quite like your style, so I simply listen to you and pretend... When I play a rendition I can vividly hear a violin or a small string quartet backing me up and MAN... it's amazing what the mind can dream! Thank you Paul. From and old Rocker turned new age hymnal-ist... something. - Orrin Howard, Ogden UTPaul Cardall responded on 12/16/2015