Music Show #11 – 9/7/ & 9/9/2016 – Autobiographical songs.
Song #1 “Thirty Long Years and More” – A joyful, happy song about the struggles and rewards of being a songwriter. Always be true to your song and you’ll always be where you belong.
Song #2 “Ridin’ This Train” – My experiences of growing up and living in the USA are re-examined on this surrealistic train trip across the country and through history.
Song #3 “I’m Still Singing” – A celebratory song about the joys of doing what you love to do.
Song #4 “Movin’ Kinda Slow” – Sometimes moving a little slower than the normal pace of most people can actually gets you to the place that you want to be quicker.
Song #5 “Brown Paper Sack” – My very first song. Written in early 1971.
Song #6 “Just an Underground Hippie” – I’ve never been much interested in groupthink and this was how I navigated the sixties. I never spoke the lingo, never got into drugs, but I could relate to what a lot of folks were searching for and I learned a lot from that time of my life.
Song #7 “I Grew Up in a Regular Family” – At the age of 22 years old I began to reassess what was meant by the “regular” tenets that I was brought up on.
Song #8 “I Still Believe It’s True” – A love song about the lasting believe that our love can continue grow and become clearer with our sincere efforts.
More Posts for Show: Fresh Toones
No comments yet.