The Website for John Cacavas
1930 - 2014
A new novel
by JOHN CACAVAS
Adventure, romance, music, space—it's all there. Whoever controls music controls the universe so here's the story about how some bungling, tone-deaf aliens invade Earth to bribe or steal the best talents to teach them how make music.
Read what they say about it :
In the billions and billions of planets in space,
There was abundance of life every place.
On the planet Lynbidium life was advanced
And they wondered why we Earthlings sang and we danced.
For it seems music everywhere else was unknown,
Music belonged to Earth, and Earth alone.
So it was with envy that they would keep track of us,
But finally now thanks to Mr. John Cacavas
Of how truly amazing events would unfold.
Director NASA District of Columbia,
Space Grant Consortium
From the Lyrae to Chasens in Beverly Hills, from Frank Sinatra in Palm Springs and Doris Day in Brentwood, to Calethron and Darkentheil and to the flagship "Fleetwood Max," Lynbidium sings across the galaxy and into the recess of your imagination and memory.
Jay Daniel, Executive Producer:
"Moonlighting," "Roseanne," "Sybill," "Police Story"
Composer John Cacavas has used the vivid imagination he brings to his musical composition, along with charming sense of humor he brings to the dinner table to create a very novel novel. Hopefully, he's already working on the score for the movie.