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Tom's Songbook: A Lifetime of Songwriting

by Tom Canford

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This first separate publication of TOM’S SONGBOOK is for those readers who wish to have a copy but are not interested in the rest of his family memoir BAKER’S DAUGHTER, MILLER’S SON in which most of this work initially appeared. Much of this material is also available on the editor’s Hollow Square Press website. Tom Miller, as he was known in everyday life, wrote a lot of song lyrics and four musical plays during his lifetime, only one of the latter (The Darwin Theory) ever being produced. This volume offers a selection of his work and excerpts from those musicals. Tom Canford (the name movie publicist Tom Miller used for his published writings) has to his credit another memoir, A FEVER OF THE MAD: A MOVIE PUBLICIST WORKS WITH FRANCIS COPPOLA, ELAINE MAY, JOHN CASSAVETES, PETER FALK, AND RICHARD GERE AND SURVIVES TO TELL THE TALE! as well as three novels, BOY AT SEA, THE CURSE OF VILMA VALENTINE, and GHOST GUITARS.
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