What's going on with Maynard's Groovy Bible Tunes, from day to day...
I've been working on the Jukebox so that it works much better on Android devices, and probably iThings too.
Using the default browser, you should now find:
Hope that helps you!
Here's my son George with his band "Year of the Fox" at their recent gig - "King Midas" - with "meaningful lyrics" - if you can make them out!
Follow them on facebook - facebook.com/yearofthefox
I'm working on a new song - well, a song that's 6 months old and I haven't got round to publishing yet. "Let's Investigate" was our theme song last summer at our HotShots Holiday Club. It's a "come and look at Jesus in the Bible" kind of song.
Here are the words:
One, Two: Me and You,
Three, Four: Let's explore!
Five, Six, Seven, Eight:
Come on,let's investigate!
1. Let’s look at things
That Jesus did
And hear the words
That Jesus said
He walked on water
Fed five thousand
Healed the sick and
Raised the dead!
2. Let’s check out
What the Bible tells us
Boys and girls!
We’ll find out
Jesus really is the
Saviour of the
Whole Wide World!
David Heath-Whyte © 2012 Maynard’s Groovy Bible Tunes
I might be able to get the song & sheet music out this weekend - see how it goes!
It's up and running - an HTML5 based media player on the Jukebox.
I've styled it to look very similar to the previous player, but if your browser uses HTML5, then you now won't need Adobe Flash installed to play the song files on the jukebox. This should apply for IE9, Firefox, and Chrome. I hope it'll also work on Apple computers, but I haven't got one to test it on... Let me know!
No HTML5? Then the player will degrade nicely to the previous Flash-based player, or an even simpler non-flash player.
That's the plan, anyway.
Please let me know if you have any problems playing songs. Thanks!
Here are the last dates you can order CDs from the store, to fall within the Royal Mail recommended posting dates for Christmas Delivery:
|Australia & NZ:||Sunday 4th December|
|USA & Canada:||Tuesday 6th December|
|UK:||Saturday 17th December|