Sunday May 26th 1-3 PM

The Center for Spiritual Awakening

522 Central Ave., Pacific Grove, CA

$10.00 at the door

This is an opportunity to here anecdotes and insights about the creative songwriting and recording process. Buddy will present his songs accompanied by unique visuals.

This is the follow up to his Grammy nominated “Brother Sun Sister Moon” album (New Age vocal).

Buddy Comfort is “Not just a songwriter but a true craftsman of songs” Ramblin’ Jack Elliott

"I feel a soothing healing quality in his voice and music. He is truly gifted" Alan Cohen

Buddy has been called a cosmic folksinger and an alchemical balladeer.

This recording has moving and beautiful original inspirational songs with timely messages for today’s world:  You will hear excellent musicians who have added their considerable talents to this recording: flute, soprano sax, mandolin, violin, uillean pipes, Irish flute, penny whistle, bansuri, percussion, bass and cello.

Buddy produced and recorded the album at RB Productions in Pacific Grove, CA . He contributes song arrangements, vocals, guitar, zither, piano and keyboards.

Look at upper right hand corner and Press "PayPal Cart" to order a copy of Buddy's new release, "In the Heart of All" CD.

The CDs of "In the Heart of All" have been shipped and should arrive here next week!

You can let us know of your interest in ordering by emailing 

I'm excited about this new album. It has timely and uplifting messages for today's wounded world.

The local CD release party has been rescheduled to March 20th. Full moon and vernal equinox here in Pacific Grove. Details coming.

Please sign up for my email list if you want to be notified of where and when you can buy it on the web.

To receive a personalized autographed copy now. Send $16.00 per CD to PO Box 2021, Pacific Grove, CA 93950

Make the check payable to Buddy Comfort.

Looking forward to sharing the music with you.


DiscMakers in  New Jersey is now making the CDs and printing the 12 page booklet of "In the Heat of All".

They should be delivered here in about three weeks.


The graphic files and mastered audio files are all at the manufacturer. 

All that remains is for me to approve them, and the manufacturing begins! 

Planning a listening release party here in Pacific Grove in January. Keep watching here for news.


Have completed the final mixes and sending them to the mastering house.

When that is completed it goes off to the manufacturer.

Graphic design is being done by a generous friend in New Mexico.

I want to have it available to you before Christmas.

You can hear an excerpt, "One Heart" by clicking on "Listen to In the Heart of All" on the main website menu.

You can pre order CDs as well by sending a check made out to Buddy Comfort, PO Box 2021, Pacific Grove, CA 93950 (min. $16.00)

Thank you!

Thank you all for your support. $5347 to go! Will have a short sample of the music on Go Fund Me soon.



Will be in the studio to work on final mixes this weekend.

Will create a sample a song. "One Heart", for you to hear.

Thank you all for your support. $5597 to go!



Thank you all for your support. $5,690 to go!



I am excited to tell you that my new recording, "In the Heart of All” is almost finished.

I now need to raise some money to finish it (mixing, mastering, graphic design, manufacturing and promotion) and could use your help.

Just started a GO Fund Me campaign.  It would mean a lot to me if you checked it out and considered donating to help me get closer to my goal, and sharing it on your Facebook Timeline or other social media.

Please click here:

 Bless you! Thankyou!


Working on the final mixes of "In the Heart of All" with master engineer Richard Bryant.

Will need to raise funds to complete the project: Mastering, graphic design,manufacturing and promotion.

Excited about how it's sounding so far.

Will notify you about the Fundraiser.

Getting much wisdom and a plethera of giggles from

"All I Need to Know I learned in Kindergarten, Uncommon Thoughts on Common Things"

"Share Everything.

Play Fair.

Don't hit people.

Put things back where you found them.

Clean up your own mess. 

Don't take things that aren't yours.

Say you're sorry when you hurt somebody.

Wash your hands before you eat.


Warm cookies and cold milk are good for you.

Live a balanced life - learn some and think some and draw and paint and sing and dance and play and work every day some.

Take a nap every afternoon.

When you go out into the world - watch out for traffic, hold hands and stick together.

Be aware of wonder."

            Robert Fulghum

Anybody listening?

I am currently in the recording studio working on my next release "In the Heart of All"

There are nine songs in different states of completion.

Just finished adding great tracks by Dave Holodiloff on mandola and mandolin. Adding bass with Steve Ucello this week. The song is called "I've Gotta Take Care of Myself".

Have the good fortune of working with an accomplished musician as engineer, Richard Bryant.... more later

I was at Garland Park in Carmel Valley on a warm overcast day. Hiked up to see the waterfall. On the way a deer crossed my path in a calm way focused on things to eat. Walked past meadows of bright lupin and blue eyed grass. 

There were oaks and bay laurels with old man's beard hanging from them like a Tim Burton Film set. Many five leaved buckeyes starting to flower, and a hawk crying overhead.

Heard the lilting song of a bird hidden in the leaves of a nearby tree. It revealed itself briefly, but still couldn't identify it. It was a type of wren.

It sang. I repeated in my limited human lipped whistling way. It taught me its song.

Was attracted to stop by a glorious growth of flowering fillerie, with their infinite fractal leaves at the foot of a series of arched oaks that stretched into the forest.

A beautiful and healing day of what the Japanese call "forest bathing".

Hope you are well and the world is being beautiful, gentle and wondrous with you.

I have gone back into the studio to continue working on my next recording. Working title is “In The Heart of All” Should be released sometime in the first half of next year. I feel good about the songs, their message and feeling. Hoping they will nurture and inspire you. I will keep you updated as the recording progresses.

If you order my CD, “Brother Sun Sister Moon” from today, Nov. 30th through Dec.4th,  at the CD Baby store you pay only 1 cent for standard domestic or international shipping (anywhere on the planet that regular US Mail goes.). This applies to any quantity of CD’s. Only 1 cent shipping for them all.

 "Angels in Embryo”, from my out of print first album is still available as a digital download... A great reminder of the goodness in all of us, : We are angels in embryo. With our love wings will grow."

As the Holiday stress begins to enter my body and disturbs peace of mind and heart - I remember to get in touch with my breath, observe it and then deepen the inhalations and exhalations. Takes only minutes to feel the difference. 

"Breathing in and breathing out. That is what life's all about; surrendered and sustained in the Heart of All" from the title song of my new album 

Cheers, Buddy

Here on the west coast in the middle of a four year drought, we have had two soaking rains in the last few weeks. We need an above average rainy season (California - from November through April), this year and the next two years after to replenish the extremely depleted water table. Then we can breathe easier.

I am grateful and hopeful. In the meantime conserving water and encouraging local communities to set up home and business water cachement systems and reservoirs (where non-detrimental to the environment).

We can be grateful for what we have, diligent about what is needed and truthful in all (no hidden agendas please).

The deep blue skies have been masterfully sketched with every type of cloud formation over the even deeper blue bay.

A pod of around fifteen humpback whales came into the bay a few months ago following large schools of anchovies that were seeking waters cooler  closer into shore than the warming deep Pacific.

They were spouting, diving with flukes aloft and sometimes jumping out of the water (breaching) and crashing sideways back in. It was the most magnificent whale experience I have ever had.

A few weeks later there were literally 1,000 pelicans and other shorebirds diving furiously for a bounty of swimming food in a cove near where I live for an entire afternoon.

Amazing sights yet reminders of unprecedented changes in the Earth's climate in our lifetime .




PS desalinization plants are not the answer (to be continued)

I was reading a passage from the Tao Te Ching and was reminded of a song by George Harrison, “The Inner Light”.

I listened to it again and discovered that George was probably reading the same passage and was inspired to write the song.

Tao Te Ching - (47)

translated by Stephen Mitchell


Without opening your door

you can open your heart to the world.

Without looking out your window

you can see the essence of the Tao.


The more you know

the less you understand.


The Master arrives without leaving,

sees the light without looking,

achieves without doing a thing.


The Inner Light

George Harrison

“The Beatles Past Masters Volume Two”


Without going out of my door

I can know all things on earth.

Without looking out of my window

I can know the ways of heaven.


The farther one travels

The less one knows.

The less one really knows.


Without going out of your door

You can know all things on earth.

Without looking out of your window

You can know the ways of heaven.


The farther one travels

The less one knows.

The less one really knows.


Arrive without traveling.

See all without looking. Do all without doing.  

Reading “Kinship With All Life” by J. Allen Boone again after many years. I am seeing it through new eyes and understanding the depth of what he is teaching about animal communication.

 It begins with his relationship with Strongheart, a German shepherd movie star, and what this noble intelligent dog taught him. …”behind every object which the senses can identify, whether the object be human, animal, tree, mountain, plant or anything else, and right where the object seems to be, is the mental and spiritual fact functioning in all its completeness and perfection. This spiritual fact cannot be recognized with ordinary human eyesight, but it is always apparent to clarified inner vision.”

 To learn how to communicate with animals requires practicing getting out of the way and suspending projections, expectations and superior/inferior conditioning. Being in a larger context of the universal consciousness and the flow of subtle images or thoughts back and forth between two beings that are part of this larger context. And to know that everything from the smallest subatomic reality to the entire universe is made of the same stuff that can be perceived through a sense beyond the 5 senses that normally compose our perceiving and being in the world. 

 It takes practice, preferably with another critter that you have formed a bond with. This is impeding me (self perceived) from continuing on because all of my dog and cat companions have passed on years ago.

 I suppose I can chose a critter at random, or be chosen by them in passing. Harder to know how accurate the passing ephemeral messages might be.  A class or a new companion with whom I have a loving bond would make this process easier.

 Love to know your own experiences about this.







Hi Everyone,


Long time. Hope this autumn finds you filled with peace of mind and heart.


If you order my CD, “Brother Sun Sister Moon” today, Mon. Dec.1st through Wed, Dec. 3rd,  at the CD Baby store you pay only 1 cent for standard domestic or international shipping. This applies to any quantity of CDs. It’s a good opportunity to share this music with those you love for the holidays.


Order Brother Sun Sister Moon” with special shipping rate of only 1 cent here -


“Angels in Embryo”,  from my out of print  first album is available as a digital download... A great reminder of the goodness in all of us, even our enemies. 


Tevya in “Fiddler on the Roof” said a prayer for the Czar who was making living impossible for his people that sums it up, “May the Lord bless and keep the Czar far away from us” 


Forgiveness, prayers and release of resentments sets us free. I’ve been doing some work on myself with this. Of course you don’t have to roll over and let them kick you, but you can set yourself free. It is freeing. You can tell by the sighs.


Order “Angels in Embryo” here -


I find myself reading books about animal communication and noticing an opening within me to responses by passing dogs, birds and squirrels, deer, etc. Some great books on the subject: “Kinship With All Life” by J. Allen Boone, “Animal Talk” by Penelope Smith, and “Straight from the Horse’s Mouth” by Amelia Kincade.

(see "Animal Communication" posting)

........refinding, refining lost childhood abilities in the realm of the sixth sense.


Love to hear about your own experiences with this.


“Oh Father when I was blind I found not a door that led to Thee.  Thou hast healed my eyes: now I discover doors everywhere: the hearts of flowers, the voices of friendship, memories of lovely experiences, Each gust of my prayer opens a new entrance to the vast temple of thy presence.”    Paramahansa Yogananda






I listened to “An Ancient Muse” by Loreena McKennitt again last night. Her recording gives us a profound and universal message of timeless hope and loving courage across the ages in its exquisite blend of cultures, unique musical instruments, virtuosity and poetical lyrics.

Ms. McKennitt has been tracing the history of the Celts and other cultures traveling to places like Delphi, Istanbul, Anatolia, China, Marrakesh, Venice, Granada……discovering riches of stories, poems, books and music spanning centuries from which she has masterfully woven her magical tapestries in her recordings: “An Ancient Muse” as well as “The Book of Secrets” and “The Mask and Mirror”

She is a seasoned troubadour whose crystal evocative voice, Celtic harp and piano take us deeply into mythical worlds. The ensemble of musicians she has gathered around her is world class and provides a seemingly fathomless array of subtle tone colors from which to draw. Her musical settings of ballads and poems by St. Augustine, Sir Walter Scott, Alfred Doves… with each repeated listening still bring my heart to tears from their beauty. Her own lyrics place her firmly among the mystical poets of old. Always in reverence to our earth mother and nature, her music consistently moves me.



I went out to watch the sunset over Asilomar Beach. I stood facing the sliver of a new moon just as several flocks of pelicans glided directly over my head in groups of around 20 one right after the other.

Each small flock followed the same curves and turns as the one before as if on an invisible highway in the sky that only they could see, and told each other about as each new group followed the same path even if several minutes had passed before they arrived.

I was honored they flew so close above my head and perhaps told each other to look for the chap with the blue woven cap. They were majestic in their effortless gliding toward the sunset. A great close to the day.

Groucho Marx used to say "Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana" and Kermit the frog says "Time's fun when you are having flies"

I'm happy to know you have enjoyed your time listening to my songs.



I saw a greeting card someone had sent me years ago. It posed the question: "Why can angels fly"? And gave the answer: "Because they take themselves lightly".

Feeling the changes being brought about by more and more light, as it is poured into the Earth and her learning souls by light beings in other dimensions.

Also eating good wholesome organic (sustainably grown) food, drinking filtered water and breathing clean air in gratitude.  Getting plenty of hugs and walking everyday while taking myself lightly, and singing as much as possible. A formula for good health, I believe.

It's spring cleaning time: internal cleansing and getting into those cabinets under the sink, and the medicine cabinet, and eliminating all toxic body care and cleaning products. There are many body friendly products at you natural food store. How much is your good health worth?

Bringing all into consciousness and mindfulness, and separated parts of my life into a harmonized whole.

Good in all ways for all.



The ice plant is blooming in psychlotropic color all along the bayside paths here in Pacific Grove. Saw two black oyster catchers mating. Communed with a beautiful western gull and a ground squirrel. Just sat and connected on a peaceful heart level. Trying to get out of the way to receive the images they might be sending. Life is full alive and joyful. 

Had my car break down on the highway in transit on the way home from singing at the Unity Spiritual Center in San Jose yesterday. Angels were with me manifested through a generous cell phone lender, tow truck driver and a taxi ride home with neighbors from the bus stop.

Being in gratitude and hoping the new life of spring is touching you in magical ways.


It has been a sunny warm spring following some welcome rain here along the coast, and my spirits have risen to match the days. All inspiration and grace are still with me, and I offer blessings of joy, beauty, good health, peace love and abundance to all.

Singing and playing guitar in gratitude.

Yesterday morning, my birthday, I was guest musician at the Pacific Coast Church in Pacific Grove.

Dr. Bill Little spoke eloquently about "Solving relationship problems". The essence is that "Source, God, Goddess, Infinite Mind..." is all there is and we are a part of that, and it is where all relationships are.

Our ego, sense of "small self",  limits our existence to what only the senses tell us. We are much more than this.

We are infinite, and that which we are part of is infinite, and therefore unbounded if we but let our mind free to embrace this.

Unlimited wealth (from the origin of wholeness), includes health and boundless possibilities in the present moment. What we think, feel, embrace and project into the infinite intelligence /infinite heart manifests in our lives.

I must be clear in what I am asking for. 

I then release it into bigger hands, and trust that there is nothing more for me to do.

We recognize that "God" is everything everywhere including ourselves and others.  God doesn't stop a few inches from me. What I judge in others is a part of me to look at.

As Fantuzzi says in his song, " are the beginning, you are the center, you are beyond the end. I love you so. You help me see. See you in all. See you in me. I'm in you and you're in me..."

Bob Phillips accompanied me brilliantly on piano as I sang with my guitar on "I'm In You and You're in Me" and "Wind Beneath My Wings".


"With the opening of the New Year, all the closed portals of limitations will be thrown open, and I shall move through them to vaster fields, where my worthwhile dreams of life shall be fulfilled.”

Paramahansa Yogananda

Angels in Embryo cover

Another year has flown by, and here we are in the Holiday Season. Some of you may be on retreat and contemplating "who am i , "what am i doing here", and what's my relationship with Source?".

Others may be out busy making lists, shopping, and organizing gatherings and meals with friends and family. Some may be planning to light candles and sit in prayer, or on the beach at the Solstice to watch the sun set. Hopefully we will all be giving and receiving warm hugs and smiles. (Like in the movie "Love Actually").

In the midst of all of this I have re-released a song from my first eponymous album "Buddy Comfort, (Mythical Beauty)", called “Angels in Embryo”. It features members of the Buddy Comfort Ensemble: Lorraine Hunt on viola, Stephen Huzur Coughlin on soprano sax, and myself on guitar and vocals.

“Angels in Embryo” affirms our true potential and realized nature.

This digital download is available from CD Baby

May your life be enfolded in prayers for Peace of mind, heart and planet, in Compassion, Forgiveness, Love, Gratitude and Grace,

Buddy Comfort

Some good folks were there. We sang in the sanctuary and I played the piano, guitar, angel harp and hurdy gurdy.

Some chants for guidance and finding true self emerged. including "Master Come to Me" by Michael (Maitreya) Stillwater, "Toward the One" (Sufi Invocation), "Spirit of the Wind" by Star Williams, "Let Me Be One With the Infinite Sun", "Fly Like an Eagle", 'I Circle Around", "Govinda Jai Jai". "Breathing In and Breathing Out" by Buddy Comfort. Also some songs affirming peace; "Imagine" by John Lennon, "Alleluia War is Over" and "The Thorn Seeks Not to Pierce" by Buddy Comfort.

We also had a focus on healing for those whose names were spoken into the circle.

The free CD of "Brother Sun Sister Moon"was raffled and won. Congratulations to Susie.

Kudos to John Talon for running the sound and lighting, Molly Steele for holding the space, and PCC for hosting the evening.

Thank you all!



Just finished "The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane" by Kate Dicamillo. It enriches the genre sustained so long by "The Velveteen Rabbit" and "Pinocchio".

It is the journey of a china rabbit that takes him through many uprooting experiences to the opening of his heart and the finding of his true home.

It is about awakening through loving and being loved.

It has masterful illustrations by Bagram Iba Toulline

I give it a full cup of tears.

The September summer weather has arrived here on the Monterey Bay. We’ve been blessed with beautiful sunny days one after the other. The pelicans glide so majestically and effortlessly across the water, and many western, California and herring gulls are ready to steal some food from the picnickers at Lover’s Point.  Saw a school of dolphins jumping at Carmel Beach, and am enjoying being out in the fresh air walking and riding my bicycle.


Heard a concert with "The Legends of the Celtic Harp" the other night. Patrick Ball, Lisa Lynne and Aryeh Frankfurter, master harpers all. Patrick also wove many a fine tale, and Aryeh added the hauntingly beautiful Swedish nyckelharpa. Don't miss them if they are in your area.,,


Still going through all the treasures of concert recordings past, to find the best ones to release for you.


May all be peaceful, joyful and abundant in your life.



I have been listening through a treasure trove of cassettes (the only form in which they exist) of past concerts I have been in. Some back to 1979. (Zellerbach Auditorium, 1750 Arch St, Network Coffee House, Unicorn Concert...)


There is good music there, with really great musicians I have had the privilege to perform with. Some who are no longer with us.


I've started transferring these cassette archives into digital form. Perhaps with some engineering mastery by someone else there will be an offering in the form of a new (old) CD.


Funding is the next focus.


I'm also formulating the next CD of songs currently to record in studio, dear to my heart that have been hidden too long and I hope will serve many.


I'm placing my time and energy upon these endeavors, and letting all the madness of the world be in the healing heart of God.

There are so many mis-alignments brought on in so many ways by the old structure holding on for dear life to its power and selfishly obtained wealth. Worshiping in the temple of what no longer serves us.

I’d like to focus on what we are creating.
“We have met the enemy and they are us” (Pogo).
“I am you, and you are me, and we are all together” (The Beatles).
“God in me, as me, is me”
“Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream. Merrily, merrily, merrily life is but a dream.”
Let’s help each other row across this ocean of life in this short time we have from birth to death (this time around) so the quality of life for all is fully embraced in wholeness of life, light, harmony, love, compassion, forgiveness, grace, beauty and peace.

I affirm today that everyone on Earth will awaken from their sleeping and embrace this and all illumined visions.

Here's a beautiful video that stands out as a gem on You tube of "I Love My Life" by pabloeusebio1

featuring Marcia Miget on soprano sax.

See all the other videos at "Awakening from Trance of Mind"

You can see more videos of Buddy Comfort performing at

Today is a beautiful day to be alive. The sun shines to warm the day from the almost freezing nights, the waves glide perfectly to the shore as they wear away the rocks into otherworldly sculptures and forms. A young hawk soars with the thermals and a lone egret stands atop the kelp waiting to eat. The sky is blue and the Bay reveals her deeper places with a deeper blue shade. I am grateful for all the blessings in my life, from the simplest breath to the breathtaking sunset.

To purchase  the "Brother Sun, Sister Moon" CD      Click on the "Buy" page on this site,

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Better to call first to confirm stock.



Esalen Bookstore

5500 Hwy. 1

Big Sur, CA 93920


831 667-3041


Luminata Books and Gifts

631 Cass St.

Monterey, CA 93940


831 333-1110


Golden Bough Books

219 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd.

Mt. Shasta, CA 96067


530 926-3228 

877 674-7282


The Mindshop Books and Gifts

522 Central Ave.

Pacific Grove, CA 93950


831 372-1942


Francesco Rocks

624 Vallejo St.

San Francisco, CA 94133


415 983-0213


Logos Books and Music

1117 Pacific Ave.

Santa Cruz, CA 95060


831 427-5100


Stepping Stones Bookstore

2075 Occidental Rd.

Santa Rosa, CA 95401


707 527-8372



Mt. St. Francis Retreat Center

1010 St. Anthony Dr.

Mt. St. Francis, IN 47146



The Shrine Gift Shop

11509 Indian School Rd. N.E.

Albuquerque, NM 87112


505 298-2412


Oneness in Peace Spiritual Center

49 Main St.

Germantown, NY 12526



Koinonia Christian Books

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Victoria, BC, V8W 2H7, CANADA

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The concert began with Alisa Fineman's healing sonorous voice and Kimball Hurd's rich harmonies and deft guitar. He added inspired mandolin lines to Alisa's guitar giving us a heartfelt set of original songs about love, family, peace, celebration and affirming the joy of being alive. It was a great mix of ballads and songs with tasty world rhythms.

They were followed by the piano and flute duo of Bob Phillips and Kenny Stahl, who performed masterful jazz renditions of a Bach Bouree and a tribute to Mary.

Bob and Kenny then joined me on "Oh My Earth", "I Love My Life", and “If I Were a Bird”.  Kenny’s flute soared throughout the set, while Bob laid down perfect chordal voicings and rhythms.

Suellen Primost's rich cello lines added unique beauty to the songs we played together. She brought new life and exquisite tone layers to "Unicorn", "Galadriel" and "Illusion/Light".

Angels in Embryo with Suellen, Bob and Kenny was sublime, and I felt like I was levitating during parts of the song.

Alisa and Kimball added rich harmonies to “Wild Mountain Thyme” while I played hurdy gurdy. Then everyone sang "One Heart". Sprinkled throughout was Kimball’s rain-like mandolin.

We all played together on "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" as John Tallon joined his conga with Macucho Bonillo's box drum to move the energy for the audience to dance, and they did.                         

John Tallon also provided sterling sound reinforcement the entire time.

It was a magical evening, a blend of gifted musicians who got out of the way and let Spirit guide their hands, voices and hearts. The audience was responsive and moved.

I felt blessed to be part of the celebration. 

Thank you, everyone who organized, promoted, supported behind the scenes, performed and held the space.


Sending prayers for peace, truth telling, and owning that truth by all sides of every conflict in the Middle East.
Shining the light on the shadows and denial. Own what is ours within and respect all life on this beautiful planet, our home.
Let's all make a priority for ourselves to live with all others in respect and honest communication.
Those who profit from selling  products of destruction to all sides, please search your souls about what you do.
We can be creative in our prosperity and hold a vision for the future of our children's, children's, children's children's, children's, children's children.
Let us not destroy our home in shortsighedness, greed, selfishness, fear, anger, hatred, hunger for power, and self importance.
May we be courageous enough to forgive and may we recognize and be grateful for the most subtle of gifts.  May love and healing be our art.

Since moving to my new home I have been opening long stored musty boxes, and discovering cards and letters from past loves and friends, journals, photos, drawings, notes from classes on herbs and natural healing, some old concert flyers and revues of my recordings. It’s like an archeological dig, memory lane, Christmas and my birthday all in one.

Among these is a gem from a dear soul who left us too soon a few decades ago.

Will Noffke had a radio show, “New Horizons” in Berkeley. He also had a meeting place for inspirational talks and music, “Shared Visions”. I would like to share his revue of Brother Sun, Sister Moon:

“Grace Notes:

 On his newest release, Brother Sun, Sister Moon, Buddy Comfort plumbs the depths of his heart to touch ours. In the true troubadour tradition he tells a tale. This is not a tale of mundane events or sentimental romance, but a story of the yearning of a soul seeking to consciously know itself. This is an ode to the spirit of St. Francis, to simplicity of lifestyle, compassion for humanity, and union with nature. The inclusion of three seldom heard songs composed by Donovan for Franco Zeffirelli’s transcendent film is cause for celebration in itself, but the great gift is that these gems are impeccably set and matched by stunning original jewels, creating a total work of art expressing the theme of unconditional love. This album takes you beyond concerns of the moment and into the infinite quietude, alone with the beloved.”




After living for several years in a rustic mountain place near Bonnie Doon in the Santa Cruz Mountains, I have been blessed with the opportunity to move to a new home (affordable rental) in a sleepy coastal town on the Monterey Bay.

There is so much grace in my life. The unit became a reality after a 3-year waiting list, and the generosity of a dear friend.

Seagulls and doves visit on my roof and I can walk along the water accompanied by ground squirrels, who are too used to junk food given by picknicking families at Lover's Point. One even climbed up the outside of my pant leg looking for a treat. I told him to go forage for healthy natural stuff he's supposed to eat.

Majestic chevrons of pelicans glide overhead and cormorants dive for fish. Dolphins occasionally come by as sea otters swim on their backs while eating or carrying their babies. I saw a mother and her young pup playing together in the kelp forest. Another otter was napping on his back in the sun anchored to the kelp to keep from floating away.  Snowy egrets, light in weight, stand on the surface of the water on the canopy of the kelp forest motionless and patient waiting for a fish.

Went to the aquarium and saw a magnificent otherworldly display of jellyfish. Such living beings in complete harmonious movement with their watery environment renews a sense of wonder about the mystery of the universe. Another fluid intelligence of the dreamy shadows is the octopus.

A fledgling gull still with some down, had fallen from the roof nest, and was wandering around for days on the ground. The mother and father plus two other relatives were feeding it, keeping watch and chasing off danger. However, one day I noticed its leg was injured and its wing was drooping. Thinking of raccoons and foxes from the nearby forest, I called the SPCA Wild Bird rescue folks, who are now caring for it until it can be released back into the wild.

I'm still playing and writing music. Was able to transfer songs from master tapes of my first, out of print album, and will be offering it soon as a digital download album. More to come....

May all be merry, healthy and prosperous.


I have completed the recording of a song by Sister Miriam Therese Winter called "Let There Be Peace" at Justin Mayer's Bear Creek Studio. There is some beautiful accompaniment by Barry Phillips on Cello, Laurel Thomsen on viola and violin, and Dan Young on flugelhorn. I’ve added voice, guitar and piano.

This song will be included on the upcoming second volume, of a planned 5 volume set.

The first CD is now available and has great performances by Seraphim, Elizabeth Van Trapp, Janis Ian, the Medical Mission Sisters with the Limelighters, and many more. You can order from their website:

In the words of the project’s producer, Dan Paulos, a gifted visual artist in his own right. “A year ago I began a project that few thought would succeed. I never knew why, because to me it was something important that needed to be accomplished – to beautify the world through the sharing of sacred folk song sung into existence since the 1960s by contemporary composer Miriam Therese (MT) Winter. Professional singers from across the country and Canada agreed, generously gifting the Sacred Folk Songs project with their time and talent in response to my invitation to sing one – or several- of her songs.

            Getting Mt’s songs “out there” was my first priority. At the same time I wanted to ensure that production costs would be covered through grants and donations and that every cent made from the sale of the recordings would be given to her community, the Medical Mission Sisters, to help support their healing ministries to the poorest of the poor and others in need around the world. I am convinced that by sharing in this way, artistically and financially, we too can and do participate in reaching out to those deprived of essential resources. At the same time, we also spread goodness and love far and wide through the medium of sacred song.

            MT’s songs celebrate life. They are “sacred” because they are deeply rooted in the Divine Source of all that is, whom many of us call God. This project reflects her vision – which is also her community’s vision – of a united multicultural, multifaith world, for recording artists from various walks of life, representing diverse spiritual traditions, are a part of it. We have come together in mutual respect, friendship, and a shared love for music. It has been and will continue to be an awesome experience. For this we are truly grateful.

            The Sacred Folk Songs project, entitled Loving You, will consist of a five-CD set of more than 100 of MT’s songs. Most were originally recorded by the Medical Mission Sisters and have been sung worldwide since the mid-1960s. Several cuts  from those earlier tracks, such as “Joy is Like the Rain” (1966) will be included, along with new songs recorded by four of the original singers in Albuquerque this spring (2011). The greater part of the project, however, will be the work of professional singers with international or regional reputations.

            We have decided to release Volume One of the five-volume set to generate awareness and support for the full collection. Please join us in getting the news out there to your own loyal following. Remember, every sale helps those who are impoverished, or hungry, or ill, while offering a memorable experience to the listener and to the one who sings along. Together let us invite our friends to join with us in this venture, as we introduce a whole new generation of faith-filled people from every conceivable circumstance to share in the power and the spiritual potential of scared song.  With gratitude and warmth.” Dan Paulos

Thank you everyone for your loving feedback.
It is you who complete the circle of creating music by being there to receive the music and images and have them speak to you in a meaningful way. Then I know I am doing the right thing, my work in service on the planet.
I am grateful for you.



It is the winter solstice. The shortest time of sunlight and the longest darkness of the year (at least in this hemisphere, at this latitude). Knowing, of course, that somewhere else on earth it is summer, or endless daylight. Such a subjective geocentric reality I find myself in.

I feel strongly the conditions of the darkness: loneliness, melancholy, isolation – I feel as if I am standing as Shakespeare said on a “sterile promontory”, where the influence of the cold and darkness of space are most prominent to my inner vision and hearing.

I sense a stillness, a quietude, a place where my soul can commune with nature, the cosmos, the prime mover of it all.

Beautiful music has been coming readily to me as I sit and play a glorious Baldwin grand piano. I haven’t been recording it. It is like a Navajo sand painting or Tibetan sand mandala. Only known and perceived in the moment of its completion and then it is gone. As William Blake wrote “He who binds to himself a joy doth the winged life destroy. But he who kisses the joy as it flies lives in Eternity’s sunrise.”

The piano has been teaching me and the more time I spend with it the deeper the explorations go. Discovering richer and more elegant chords. As the man in Manhattan said to the lost visitor asking for directions “How do I get to Carnegie Hall?” The man replied, “Practice”.

I will light a candle and sit quietly in contemplation to honor the light that will return slowly about 2 minutes a day. And simply be and honor what I feel and be grateful for the insights that are revealed.

Good Solstice, Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukah….

Prayers for peace on earth this season and always.


Continuing work on the song "Let There Be Peace". have added viola and violin with Laurel Thomsen and began the final mix. It's wonderful to be working in the studio with ace engineer, Justin Mayer (Bear Creek Studio). I love using the timbres of the different instruments as sound colors on a palate to create sonic paintings.

I'm working in the studio on a song written by Miriam Therese Winder of the Medical Mission Sisters, called "Let There Be Peace" It is part of a multi-disc project called Sacred Folk Songs. I have been invited to participate and have already laid down the guitar, piano and vocal tracks. Last week added cello by Barry Phillips and will be working with Daniel Young on trumpet this week.

More details later...

Just received this in an email from a friend. I believe it is very timely. 'I mourn the loss of thousands of precious lives, but I will not rejoice in the death of one, not even an enemy. Returning hate for hate multiplies hate, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.'  Martin Luther King, Jr.

I was invited to the Pacific Coast Church in Pacific Grove to lead the Second Sunday Singing Circle there. A group of beautiful souls sat in a circle and sang chants and songs in honor of our individual spirits in the context of the Great Spirit. Chants and songs that spoke of prayer, guidance, healing, and gratitude came forth guided by Spirit. Thank you!
Saw the movie "I Am" directed by the man who had Hollywood success with Ace Ventura, Dr. Doolittle and more, and all the physical possessions that go with it. After he had a life altering accident he set out to make a documentary. He interviews Noam Chomsky, Coleman Barks, Thom Hartman, Howard Zinn, the Heartmath Institute, the Institute of Noetic Sciences, Bishop Desmond Tutu, his own father, and others and asks them; "what's wrong with the world and what we can do to make it better?" It is a fascinating, heartfelt and encouraging look at human existence, compassion, the common good, abnormal norms and the interconnectedness of everything in the Universe. Highly recommended.

I believe in the human heart as the center fire of our spiritual existence in a human body on the earth plane. That as we all breathe to live, these are our common connections around the globe. And in the peaceful centered mind in our hearts breathing in gratitude we connect with our common source, which has many names. And through this prayerfulness we can reach others in compassion and hold them safely, and guide our way to peace upon the earth in the winds of grace.


I believe in walking the beauty way in service to others, and singing universal songs and chants to bring all together in peace, joy, love, beauty and light.


Buddy Comfort

Peace is a state of the heart that is steady when all that rushes in from the mind of the worldly pulls us and distracts us from that which is inherently ours. A connection with the Divine, the Universal, the stillness that is always available to us if we but remember – to follow the breath as it comes in and goes out. Watch the breath’s independent ebbing and flowing to connect our bodies, hearts and minds with the unlimited present. It is knowing that now between the past and future is all that is real, is expandable and accessible if we but take the time to sit, to be, to connect with Source in love and beauty in the silence. The stilled and quiet mind can manifest peace in this dimension.

Buddy Comfort

Has all the right ingredients. Caring, friendship, honesty, heart, willingness to let go of a story and position, overcoming a major obstacle, creativity, whimsy. A superb cast and an inspirational message. Highly recommended.

After an early couple of good soaking rains in October, we have had unusually sunny and warm days.

Even the crickets are singing at night almost until dawn. I'm hearing one lone frog tentatively croaking as I write.

Listening to the night sounds I am reminded that Bach's composition, "Sheep May Safely Graze" most notably incorporates the rhythm of the crickets.

More later.

The summer solstice is here and the days are long and glorious. Thank you! Working on a new recording at Bear Creek Studios near Santa Cruz. Have some basic tracks (guitar, piano and voice) laid down of “All Go Together”, “No Greater Gift”, “Illusion”, “Be in the Present”, a piano solo from 2005 on a Hamburg Steinway, and some great solo zither (angel harp). I’ve been going through the archives of old tapes and discovered a concert at the Network Coffee House, “The Unicorn Concert” in San Francisco in 1978. With Shawkie Roth on alto sax and Steve Coughlin on soprano sax and clarinet, plus David Fromer on guitar and vocal harmonies. These are songs that have never been released. I’ve converted them to digital and will make them available on a compilation archive album and as free downloads (more later). I’m inviting some fantastic local musicians here in Santa Cruz to come into the studio with me. I’m excited about offering some new (and old) music for everyone. It’s the beginning stages and I know it will be great. Will keep you updated. New features on the website: I've started a blog and am talking about sound and silence in the context of sound healing. You are invited to share your thoughts. There is also a new "Lyrics" page to see and copy lyrics of the songs on "Brother Sun Sister Moon" and upcoming recordings. Let me know what you think. Would love to hear from you. Blessings, Buddy

Spring with its glorious sunshine and warm days are intermingled with the last days of winter’s cold wind and showers. The air is sweet with acacia, wild lilac, broom and plum blossoms. All the hills are a lush green and the meadows are sprinkled and carpeted with golden, pink and blue and purple flowers. Trees are bursting forth with new leaf buds, and the doves and mockingbirds are building nests in the mimosa trees. I am grateful and happy to be alive. My heart is filled with joy and love. My body is healing with so much help and love from an amazing healer and Gi Gung Teacher, ShuLei Tong, in Santa Cruz, CA. I had had constant pain in my shoulders for over a year. I went to the chiropractor who could only give me temporary relief with an adjustment. One night the pain was so excruciating that I went to the emergency room and was diagnosed with tendonitis given pain pills and sent home. I had very little mobility in both shoulders and arms and my posture was becoming more and more hunched over and contracted. I was becoming depressed from the pain, lethargic, overweight and addicted to sugar. I was in too much pain to play my guitar and my singing voice was constricted. On my first visit to ShuLei I experienced over 80% relief from the pain in my shoulders. and an increased mobility. She was able to locate the causes that other practitioners had not been able to assess. She is a master at finding the true root causes of maladies in the body and knowing what corrective restorative techniques to use from her vast experience and unique synthesis of ancient and advanced healing modalities. On subsequent visits she identified other areas relating to post surgical trauma in my neck and an old injury in the sacroiliac area. She also helped me release a congested area in my diaphragm and related spinal connections. She also recommended the appropriate nutritional supplements to compliment her treatments and the healing process. I have had two follow-up sessions. And in only two months I am now pain free standing straight, losing weight, lost my craving for sugar and have an abundance of energy. ShuLei Tong’s treatments enabled me to continue playing my instruments pain free and opened up my singing voice again. I highly recommend ShuLei Healing Arts to any one.
We've had a good week or two of groundwater-aquafer replenishing and soaking rain for plant growth now and hopefully later through the dry summer. Still catching up from several years of drought and less than normal rainfall here on the Central Coast of California. The waves have been high and the younger harbor seals have had to swim harder through the windy storms. You can see their snouts peeking up through the surface of the bay as they catch their breath and search for land upon which to rest for awhile. They are fun to watch as they scoot up to sleep with their families on the protected beach. They effort more on land than in their element of fluid with which they merge so easily. Lots of herring gulls, western gulls, Herman's gulls, and Brandt's cormorants along the shore now. Brown pelicans in loose chevrons glide majestically just above the waves, great and snowy egrets stand on the lofty kelp canopy in their Zen stillness watching for a meal. Also observed the occasional sea otter rolling and floating while feasting. (saw a raft of around 30 of them at Elkhorn Slough last week). Watched the 3-D version of AVATAR recently and was drawn into its beauty and harmonious flow. This film describes very well the inextricably connected web of Spirit and all life in the universe. This in juxtaposition to the greedy bully military- corporate machine that invades a planet to grab/steal the resources of others while destroying and dehumanizing noble life to rationalize what they do. And then, when the life they are destroying fights back to defend itself and what they hold dear, they are labeled "insurgents" by the invader. Then the invader sees itelf as the "victim" and postures that it doesn't understand why it should be "hated" so by the ones it invaded. (Sounds familiar - who invaded the Native Americans to steal all, and most recently the Middle East to steal their oil?) Sending prayers for peace, grace, healing and harmony among all life.
As we approach the shortest day and longest night of the year we again light candles to remind us of the light that is always inside and around us. The patch of warm sunny days and cold nights has left the coast for now. Looking for more rain in another dry year. Walked in an old growth pine forest at about 1000 feet above the Monterey Bay with bird soaring vistas and sat with a grandfather/grandmother tree and was shown some sorrow in my heart that surfaced in tears and was released in gratitude. Prayers for peace on earth this season and always.
Was the soloist Sunday morning, at the Center for Spiritual Living in Monterey, and Rev. Liz Mirante’s inspiring talk was "Kindness is my Religion" with an emphasis on the Golden Rule. I sang the Prayer of St. Francis and was reminded to live life in service to others, for therein lies the way to our own happiness and a world lifted from anger, resentment and injustice. She introduced us to the Charter for Compassion The principle of compassion lies at the heart of all religious, ethical, and spiritual traditions, calling us always to treat all others as we wish to be treated ourselves. Compassion impels us to work tirelessly to alleviate the suffering of our fellow creatures, to dethrone ourselves from the center of our world and put another there, and to honour the inviolable sanctity of every single human being, treating everybody, without exception, with absolute justice, equality and respect. It is also necessary in both public and private life to refrain consistently and emphatically from inflicting pain. To act or speak violently out of spite, chauvinism, or self-interest, to impoverish exploit or deny basic rights to anybody, and to incite hatred by denigrating others – even our enemies – is a denial of our common humanity. We acknowledge that we have failed to live compassionately and that some have increased the sum of human misery in the name of religion. We therefore call upon all men and women - to restore compassion to the center of morality and religion – to return to the ancient principle that any interpretation of scripture that breeds violence, hatred or disdain is illegitimate – to insure that youth are given accurate and respectful information about other traditions, religions and cultures – to encourage a positive appreciation of cultural and religious diversity – to cultivate an informed empathy with the suffering of all human beings, even those regarded as enemies. We urgently need to make compassion a clear, luminous and dynamic force in our polarized world. Rooted in a principled determination to transcend selfishness, compassion can break down political, dogmatic, ideological and religious boundaries. Born of our deep interdependence, compassion is essential to human relationships and to a fulfilled humanity. It is the path to enlightenment, and indispensable to the creation of a just economy and a peaceful global community.
Gave a concert for the 42nd Anniversary Party of Del Mesa retirement community in Carmel. Performed mostly original songs, including ‘Unicorn’, ‘Moon Over Hanalei’, "Galadriel’, ‘No Greater Gift, on guitar with Laurel Thomsen accompanying me on violin and viola. Sang and played guitar, piano, hurdy gurdy, and zither (angel harp). We also performed some Celtic fiddle tunes, 'King of the Fairies' and ‘Si Beg Si Mohr’, also 'The Bonnie Banks of Doon' and ‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ (hurdy gurdy and violin). And some popular favorites “Wind Beneath My Wings”, and “The Rose”. It was a very warm, appreciative and discerning audience. A pleasure.
Fall Has Made Itself Known. It appeared suddenly with a little rain at night and a drop in temperature on that foggy day. It left as suddenly leaving an echo as it left "I'll be back". And then it is the glorious sunny time of September here along the coast.
Irises, daisies, cosmos and golden dandelions bloom all around my little home. The air is fresh with the ocean breezes as the sun burns off the morning fog. I am working on funding proposals for the next three albums. I'm deeply immersed in listening to creative guidance about how to assemble the collections of songs already born and waiting to be recorded and shared with all of you. I have been blessed with supporting and inspirational angels and golden hearts who have heard the music and know it must be shared. As I balance the need for patience and the need to take action to allow these projects to come to fruition. Blessings to all.
The acacias, narcissus and daffodils are blooming. Robins and doves have returned to the trees outside my window. Arctic winter air and tropical spring air share the same day with showers and sunlight. The days are getting longer and I'm feeling more life within me as I come out of hibernation. I look forward to sharing more music with you.
I'll be the guest soloist at Unity Temple of Santa Cruz. The service is at 10 AM . Unity Temple is located on Broadway near the intersection of Ocean.
There will be a special opening celebration of the only sanctioned replica of the Porziuncola (small chapel that St. Francis rebuilt in Assisi Italy in the 13th century) at the National Shrine of St. Francis in San Francisco (North Beach) September 26th-28th, 2008. I will be singing there on Saturday, Sept. 27th. More details later. to find out more:
On Sunday, October 28th, I'll be the guest soloist at Unity Temple of Santa Cruz. The service is at 10 AM with Rev. Kathy McCall. Unity Temple is located on Broadway near the intersection of Ocean.
Listening to tapes of performances and rehearsals and studio takes of myself on solo piano, hurdy gurdy, zither, and guitar - new songs as well as old songs never released. Looks like about 6 CDs worth of material, needing more studio time. Looking to find funding for this project and incorporate some masters already started, as well as recordings of some live performances spanning 25 years or so (Zellerbach Auditorium, Masonic Auditorium, Palace of Fine Arts, Grace Cathedral, Berkeley Greek Theater, Mt. Tam Amphitheater). Also some great songs from my out-of- print first album that was on the Hearts of Space label. Will include some cosmic folk songs that would have been hits in the 1600's, as well as some more contemporary reflective personal songs and chants about connecting with Spirit that I've shared with many people over the years. I'm getting excited about the project. In preliminary stages now. Will keep you posted. Blessings, Buddy
I'm walking the sunset beaches and searching for answers. Saw a brilliant sunset last night (Christmas eve) and dolphins jumping from the water near the shore. The crimson and lavender sky lit up the sweeping angel winged clouds and a cluster of small cloud puffs that were in the shape of a smiling whale. To the south of the smile was the faint silver curve of a new moon. Sending all greetings for a good solstice and prayers for a healthy, joyful, loving, peaceful, and abundant Christmas and new year.
I'm currently living in the Carmel, CA area and marveling at the fine white sand of the beaches and the abundance of wildlife deeper in Carmel Valley. I've seen a wild boar, a badger, foxes, bobcats, coyote, rabbits, raccoons, deer, quail with their babies dashing across the road, wild turkey with their young ones, acorn woodpeckers, magpies, hawks, opossum, a peacock, pelicans both brown and white, many types of gulls, cormorants, sea lions, sea otters, Orcas and more. I've heard great horned owls and the past few nights a very melodic owl of unknown name outside my window. I found the owl's small feather on the path outside my door. This is a vast marine and wildlife sanctuary, which is a legacy for future generations if it's protected. I'm just starting to explore the beauty and subtle treasures here. More later. Buddy
On Sunday, August 6th, I'll again be the guest soloist at Unity Temple of Santa Cruz. The service is at 10 AM with Rev. Kathy McCall who will speak about imagination and creativity. I'll also be performing in concert there at 7:15 pm. after the pot luck dinner which starts around 6 pm. They have a great piano and I'll have my hurdy gurdy with me, to share some familiar and recently penned songs. Unity Temple is located on Broadway near the intersection of Ocean. Love to see you all there.
On Sunday, July 2nd, I'll be returning as soloist to Unity Temple of Santa Cruz. The service is at 10 AM with guest speaker, Jeremy Taylor, who is an expert on dreams. The title of his talk is "Healing Dreams". Unity Temple is located on Broadway near the intersection of Ocean. Looking forward to seeing you there.
On Sunday, June 25th I'll be returning as guest soloist to Pacific Coast Church in Pacific Grove. The service is at 10 AM with Dr. Bill Little. I always enjoy his talks. Location: 522 Central Ave. Telephone: (831) 372-1942 Looking forward to seeing you there.
Met some nice folks at Unity Temple last Sunday. Rev. Kathy's message was centered on St. Francis' Prayer, known as the "Simple Prayer". "Lord make me an instrument of they peace. Where here is hatred let me sow love. Where there is injury, pardon. Where there is doubt, faith Where there is despair, hope. Where there is darkness, light. Where there is sadness, joy. Oh, Divine Master grant that I may not So much seek to be consoled, as to console. To be understood, as to understand. To be loved, as to love. For it’s in giving that we receive. It’s in pardoning that we are pardoned. And it’s in dying that we are born into eternal life." Good concepts to be mindful of and to take to heart. I’ve been invited to come back to sing on Sunday morning later in the summer and also do a concert. Look for the date in the calendar.
On Sunday, May 21st I'll be the guest soloist at Unity Temple of Santa Cruz. The service is at 10 AM with Rev. Kathy McCall. Unity Temple is located on Broadway near the intersection of Ocean. Looking forward to singing songs from "Brother Sun, Sister Moon" and seeing you there.
I serendipitously was able to participate in Helen Jerene Malcom's amazing Vision Painting workshop during the month of March. I made some new friends and was able to explore another side of my creativity that had been relegated to drawing doodles since a few art classes as a child. She guided us to become as a child and just explore colors and brush strokes without judgement. The level and content of the paintings by the group was awe-inspiring. Each person brought their unique being to the visual expression. We displayed our work at a show at the end of the month for the staff and guests and got some great feed back. I hope to take pictures and post them here at a later date. I had a great time and am grateful for the gift.
I will be participating as a work scholar in a month long workshop with Charlie Bloom, "a journey into the province of the soul". Looking forward to being in the beauty and nature of Esalen that holds the space for deep insights and growth. May you all stay healthy and follow your truth and passion.
Was in a New Year meditation retreat at the Assisi Centro Ritiri with a group of beautiful souls from Germany, Austria, Denmark and the US. There was lots of time for quiet reflection and gathering insights. I played songs and we visted many powerful sacred sites including the tombs of St. Francis and St. Claire. Also the large Cathedral (Santa Maria of the Angels) that contains the site of the little chapel and community St. Francis created and the place where he left his body from this life.(the Porziuncola and Chapel of the Transito). From the retreat came this prayer: Peace in my heart. Peace in all hearts. Peace in all Families. Peace in all Communities. Peace in all Countries. Peace on the Earth. Forgiveness in my heart... Love in my heart... Compassion in my heart... Light in my heart... Joy in my heart... (you choose ...) There is still snow on the top of Mt. Subasio and the sun is out today. Preparing to return to California. Blessings, Buddy
Dear Friends, Sending you Greetings of Peace from Assisi Italy, the home of St. Francis. I’ve been here for several months playing music for deeply seeking and receptive folks at retreats and concerts. Just had a great intimate house concert last Wednesday evening. I’m enjoying the aesthetic sensibility and how the Italians embrace and live from the centering place of the family. I have met some very perceptive and openhearted people from all over the world. I am grateful for having the opportunity to share my music with such good souls. i'm really excited about my new website. It’s still being refined. CD Baby is the best! My CD, "Brother Sun Sister Moon", is quite popular here, and is available if you would like to give some as gifts. If you want to order just email me at or look at the products page. Wishing you many blessings in your life. Buddy Comfort

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