wheels ain't off yet but they wobbling :)
Nice vox - good tune man.
Basically, a Master class in songwriting Greg, love it ....... Oh , and BTW send that to Nashville, as they say, ' It's a smash hit '
Your songs are always so uplifting! Even when the wheels are off the wagon. Your voice is awesome on this one!
Very very nice...love the feel! May be some of your best vocals...great mix as well!!
Where's Bee? Plz say hi.
4:07 starts a song on it's own. write it man.
really good listen Sir.
you a bad man. or should I say bad ass man?
for some odd reason Orion's belt is always inspiring.
Greg, Long ago you asked me, about the song THE WALK. "Was worth it?" I saw you comment just now. We were together for 28 years after that. Have three grown children. She left me and married a guy at work 15 years ago, now. That where all those sad songs have come from. I'm on Facebook :https://www.facebook.com/jamesmichael.taylor.39 My email is email@example.com
Ohhhh yea! Man that sounds good! Love it!
We have a great bunch of singer/songwriters and their beloved here in Cowtown. You would love being here and you would be loved. Your little creative contingency feels like a more intimate group and more involved in projects together. It gives me the sense of warmth on a winter day in an old log cabin, too cold to go out so you all just make the best of it. I wonder what kind of treats you all bring. What kind of liquids you share... How far you travel to get together. We had what we call a house concert night before last at one of "our" houses. Levi Ray and his dad and husband/wife duo. We all put some money in the kitty and each played for about an hour. After, we always do a little song circle for the rest of us. Tamales, chips and salsa, ice water and wine, cheese cubes and cookies. I would guess many of us drive 15/20 miles. Starts about 7 and we get home about midnight. We also have a weekly, Wednesday evening song circle around a fire pit in the patio at a biker bar called Dirty Water. Everyone plays along. Girls and guys. Some of us go back many years.
If Texas Water had heard this when we were in our hayday (sic) we would have done this one up in three-part harmony. I'm sitting here singing along. Great song for a Fort Worth Saloon.
I haven't listened to this for a while. Still knocks me out. Amazing presence. If this is not multitracked, if this is one of your coffee table productions, it... nope. No way. Every element is crisp. Flawless delivery. Master vocal. Pristine guitars...da da.
Very, very good Greg,
Love it! Downloading and putting on repeat for a while...
I agree with Ron! The last one makes me want to dance. Love them!
Very good!! I like all of them but # 3 is my favorite...
Greg, I sure like the quality of sound you're getting.
Merry Christmas to you and your family. It’s going to be a GREAT NEW YEAR
Beautiful lilting melody. Happy Holiday Roger.
That was fantastic ! Thanks for pointing it out.
Outstanding and thought provoking. Gaslighting has permeated our society lately and finally it looks like some of the people responsible might be getting the recognition they deserve.
You paint a vivid picture right from the start. “Irish Coffee and a good Cigar”. Brilliant.
Interesting, always changing.
You got me laughing. Let's hope this isn't an autobiography. Sometimes it's hard to stay on the straight and narrow.
We’ll done my friend.
You old softy …. This is beautiful.
Humans may not be good but you and Mark are good company! That was a fun afternoon.
Thanks for the great comments. It would be fun to spend an evening playing music with you in one of those "Cow Town" bars.
You asked about my musical friends, we all live in the Minneapolis area, maybe within a 20 mile circle. Covid disrupted our activities a lot, and then we all seemed to have major disruptions in our life.
My mother, for example, was on hospice most of last year and passed away at 93 years last fall. We are all coming out of the fog now and trying to get back to music. Tomorrow, Mark Lofgren, and I are meeting at Colleen Dillon's house for an afternoon of writing songs. With any luck we'll be posting something on Alonetone this week.
I volunteer at Presbyterian Homes where my mother was and yesterday we had a little impromptu concert. I played guitar along with the Activity director and one of the memory care residents. Take a listen:
Let's hope we all get much more active writing and recording this winter.
Great motto to live by.
“Raise a glass so you live life to the full” good advice!
Beautiful Tilden! Is this the Gretsch?
Poignant lyrics wrapped in a perfect presentation. You caught me with this one. Absolutely Beautiful and thought provoking.
This is a tasty bit of music. I love those acoustic instrumental sounds.
This is beautiful.
You old softy! This is a beautiful love song.
I like your style of playing. I play a little music with a friend who plays harp. It’s a beautiful instrument!