Tell me you couldn’t use a little Townes Van Zandt and Nancy Griffith in your morning.
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the word come down from Spencer. .
“There wouldn’t be no Nancy Griffith” Sweet
What a contrast in voices. Nanci sings like an angel and Townes, well, he’s Townes. That song works. Thanks Senator.
I mostly forget my Mama’s name is Carolyn. I call her Mama.
Steve Earle did a great cover of that song, too.
Mine too and she was a Southern Illinois Coal Miners Daughter.
Remember her and smile ol buddy. I hope you’re doing well.
Back atcha. I do and often.
Just listened to that beautiful song having a cup of Joe on the banks of the Blanco River in Wimberley, TX! Thanks for that Senator, it made a special memory for sure.
I prefer Nanci’s version from Other Voices Other Rooms because her voice is so pretty, but there is a charm about TVZ and the pain in his voice. The writing is absolutely brilliant. It’s probably the saddest song I’ve ever heard.
I am a big Nanci Griffith fan. What I like about this is she is blending with TVZ so well. It’s not about her; it’s about the song. I admire that.
Sorry Senator but I could have gone the rest of my life never knowing who these two were and would have been none the less for it. I understand each of us has our own likes and dislikes. This kind of music does nothing for me.
Oh good, make sure you listen to this too.
iris dement easy’s gettin’ harder every day
And then this
That’s okay, mont. To each his own. That’s why I try to be as eclectic with the MPC as I can. Sooner or later, I’ll scratch your musical itch. 😉
Dang. Would have never guessed the Senator was a Nanci Griffith fan! She’s got some great songs.
“It felt great,” he said. “It felt awesome. We got redemption.” — Lewis Cine, AB-H, 11/29/20
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