Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Wednesday Crosscurrents 3/25

Wednesday Crosscurrents - John Gaguine

Jimmy Buffett - Volcano (dedicated to Mt. Redoubt)

Mary Chapin Carpenter - Shut Up and Kiss Me, Halley Came to Jackson, Why Walk When You Can Fly, Down at the Twist and Shout (all written by her)

Crosby, Stills and Nash - 49 Bye Byes (1969), Southern Cross (1982) - both written by Stephen Stills

Linda Ronstadt - Blue Bayou (Roy Orbison), Desparado (Don Henley/Glenn Frey), Someone to Lay Down Beside Me (Karla Bonoff)
Baseball terminology quiz - What is a Linda Ronstadt pitch? It's a fastball that blew by you.

Elton John - Madman Across the Water, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Levon. Happy 62nd birthday, Sir Elton!

Joni Mitchell - I Had a King (from her first album, 1968's Song to a Seagull), Judgment of the Moon and Stars (from 1972's For the Roses), Free Man in Paris (from 1974's Court and Spark)

Johnny Cash - I Won't Back Down (Tom Petty, with Petty on guitar and background vocals), Solitary Man (Neil Diamond, with Petty again) (both from 2000's American III: Solitary Man), Stripes (with George Jones)
Rosanne Cash - I Still Miss Someone (Johnny Cash)
Johnny Cash - Flesh and Blood (from his TV show, 1971), Girl from the North Country (Bob Dylan, with Joni Mitchell; from the TV show again)

Boz Scaggs - I'll Be Long Gone (from his first album, 1969), Look What You've Done to Me

Allman Bros - In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (live from the Fillmore East in NYC, 1971)

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