Too long so I stayed away, what the hell.
Same story here
The Real Hip Priest would never have played this.
Probably not, but the old horse fancied a droll dance ditty every now and again.
What a bummer Robert Johnson didn't live long enought to play an electric guitar. T Bone Walker will have to do, the father of the blues electric guitar, a Texan.
Memphis was known for it's jug bands, easy to see why.
"Why Can't He Be You" by Patsy Cline
"It's About Time" by Linda Ronstadt
"St. John the Gambler" by Townes Van Zandt
"Our Mother, the Mountain" by Townes Van Zandt
"One of Those Days" by Eilen Jewell
"Stories of the Street" by Leonard Cohen
"Boots of Spanish Leather" by Amos Lee or Mandolin Orange or Nancy Griffith or Joan Baez