Music Video – “Masquerade” by Mark D. Jones

“Masquerade” is based on my original song of the same title, and tells the story of my memories of deploying to the Persian Gulf War at the end of 1990. The song’s lyrics plead, “Let’s build a world based on love, Build a world we can be proud of, Instead of a masquerade, Instead of a masquerade…” The video includes photos I took of our son, David, before deploying; of David and I at home in Germany, and at the Hahn Air Base Deployment Center before deploying; of me while deployed to the Persian Gulf, and finally of my return to Germany and back home again with David. I’ve dedicated this video to the People of Kuwait in hopes that all peoples of the world can one day, “build a world based on love, build a world we can be proud of, instead of a masquerade…” Enjoy! ♡ 🙂 Mark

Music Video – “Only Three – David’s Song” by Mark D. Jones

“Only Three – David’s Song” is based on my original song of the same name and my photographs of our son’s 3rd birthday through his 4th birthday when we lived in Germany during 1990-1991. The song speaks to how quickly time goes by and children grow up ~ enjoy! ♡ 🙂 Mark

Music Video – “Reflections” by Mark D. Jones

“Reflections” is based on my original song by the same name and the photos I took during the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s.  This song speaks to becoming the person you always wanted to be ~ and I had always dreamed of someday writing music and flying jets ~ enjoy! ♡ 🙂 Mark

Music Video – “Workin’ Man” by Mark D. Jones

““Workin’ Man” is my third music video and uses my original song “Workin’ Man” and photographs that were taken during my 1982 navigator training in the USAF. The pictures are of my parachute training and of my first T-37 “Tweet” flight at Mather AFB, CA ~ enjoy! ♡ 🙂 Mark”

Music Video – “Children Of Woodstock” by Mark D. Jones

“Children Of Woodstock” is a music video I made today using my original song set to the photographs I took during my solo bicycle adventure from Grand Blanc, Michigan, to Woodstock, Cambridge and Stratford, Ontario, Canada, during Spring Break of 1980 from Michigan State University. I was trying to reach Toronto but the time and weather turned me back before reaching my goal. I used the photos I took of abandoned barns and houses as metaphors for the line out of the song, “Oh children of Woodstock, Where have you all gone…” Enjoy! ♡ 🙂 Mark