todddw_ at hotmail.com
Sun Nov 7 11:09:05 MST 2004
Checked out Steve Earle....the name sounded really familiar, but I've never
heard his stuff before...I liked it. Don't worry bout dubbing a copy I'll
prob buy this "El Corazon" CD or a later release soon. His voice reminds me
of Tom Petty a little, I like it.
Thanks a lot for the suggestion.
"Now it's time to drown all of that poetry out, somehow, where democracy is
how we all learn to sleep with ourselves, drawing to ourselves everything we
can carry"-The Tragically Hip
>From: Bob Hampton <comradehampton at yahoo.com>
>To: powderworks at cs-lists.cs.colorado.edu
>Subject: [Powderworks] references
>Date: Sat, 6 Nov 2004 11:40:30 -0800 (PST)
>Todd, you might also check out Steve Earle/Steve Earle & the Dukes if you
>haven't already. Early stuff was rarely overtly political, but from "El
>Corazon" ('96?) onward there's no shortage of it. Musically all over the
>map, R&R, folk, country, grunge, bluegrass, Tex-Mex. "Corazon" is probably
>as good as anywhere to start. Will mail you a dub or 2 if you're short on
>funds; e-mail me w/your address if you want.
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