Still digging it!
Ahhh -- you're a heart-filled, marvelous songwriter. Rock on!
You tell 'em, Bear!
Beautifully written and performed, but what a sad truth you've expressed!
I'm winking right back at you . . . *Birds of a feather*.
Sure does ......
There's a definite degree of a Bob Dylan element in this one. I like the flavor, the lyrics, the energy. You remain one of my very favorite Folk songwriter!
Good Fodder for thought.
Great Old Song
Been there , done that ..... :) Great track Terry .......
A prime representative of what a Main Street Blues is and should be about. Very powerful lyrics indeed. So moving, and the music penetrates the heart. Your vocals are so real -- one knows you mean what you're singing!
My dad, Danville Dan the Singing Hobo, use to say, "A hobo travels to work, a tramp travels but doesn't work, and a bum doesn't travel and doesn't work." Anyway, enjoyed the thought-provoking lyrics and melody. Keep on keeping on!
Always thought provoking.
Ouch ....I liked the story song appeal
Still wish you were over with us on facebook.
Good to hear from you again Pete.
Ah yes the sweetness of those old California summer days.
If someone can do some Bodhran drum in the final mix it would add a lot. Rick's songs always had the beat and place for one in them. Great job Greg. Great lyrics Mr. Mann
Texas honky-tonk gold.
Pretty dang good
Y-all got my love on this effort guys, I'm impressed and delighted. When and if I'll be happy to do it again.
By god that's darn near radio quality(grin) It sounds good to me.
Now is only beginning brother man.
Suburban thuggery and nearly low down close to the bottom blues
Honker tonker, Greg,I like it.
I should be dancing.smile
like a strawberry wine afternoon.
great old stuff,with the full Ricky treatment
Good message ,sweet tune. The expanding Ricky.
You,er the best at carrying on the message rick ii'm slowed down by computer changes. So keep up tthe fight.
ain't it the truth.... keep up the hue and cry. Rick.
Shades of “say hello in there” You'er at your best on this one Jim.