This is a song from “Sweetie” featuring Brad Pemberton, Chris Feinstein, Jay Joyce, and produced by T. Bone Burnett.
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Dear Mr. Tashian,
I enjoyed your online web log. However, I was quite surprised to find so few pictures of babies on your web log. You should see what you can do to rectify the deficiency. Fact: people enjoy pictures of babies.
A Concerned West-Nashville Father
i love this song. my friend played it for me when i was cutting my teeth as a musician in boulder, co. now i’m moving to austin to keep pursuing the dream. this will be my theme song dude, just rediscovered it. thank you.
I hope you get my e mail address after this is sent… being around for the recording of “Sweetie” was no doubt one of the high lights of my life! I can still see us sitting in the live room (after the transistor was struck by lightning) while you played “Gmnopedie No. 1″ on the piano.
I have to say, after all was said and done, that I’m glad “The Bridge” made it on there .
I hope you are well…
mediocre, mimetic, trite, slight, insignificant… sounds like something a gnashville twit would write – or nashville royalty. phooey! if you want to hear something essential, original, and intrinsically interesting go to rambling raymond rambert and the song angels and listen to blue jazz – the sixth song.
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