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Discovering Patty Griffin
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I've never listened to Patty Griffin before, but I just bought four of her albums at the same time and just started playing through them all: Living With Ghosts, Flaming Red, 1,000 Kisses, Children…Continue

Tags: griffin, patty

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Morris Feb 4, 2012.

Uncle Tupelo, Son Volt recommendations
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So far I have Anodyne, No Depression, and I've ordered Still Feel Gone. From Son Volt I only have Trace.What should be next on the list?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jack Nov 28, 2010.

John Prine - where do I start?
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Somehow John Prine has always flown under my radar. I've heard a couple of songs of his, both of which I like, and some people swear he's the greatest. So, I figure it's about time I checked his work…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Clyde Barrows Aug 31, 2011.

Finding the music
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Just wondered where you all find new (to you) artists and give them a listen, aside from reading these boards and buying albums directly. Thought I'd share where I find stuff too.I have ACL set to…Continue

Tags: search, listen, find, limits, city

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lucky Mud Apr 12, 2011.

 

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Greywolf replied to Jamie's discussion 'Baddies & Crimes'
"  Robert Earl Keen - the Walking Distance trilogy: Road to No Return - New Life in Old Mexico - Still Without You The middle song being the most on target, but I love the whole trilogy."
Aug 28, 2012
Greywolf replied to Randy Brown's discussion 'Your Own Personal MOUNT RUSHMORE Of Singer-Songwriters!'
"Jim Croce Robert Earl Keen Warren Zevon Lyle Lovett  "
May 2, 2012
Greywolf replied to Brian Morris's discussion 'Who Has Done The Best Cover of "All Along The Watchtower" (excluding Jimi Hendrix)?'
"I have a couple Stone Coyotes albums too."
Apr 9, 2012
Greywolf replied to Brian Morris's discussion 'Who Has Done The Best Cover of "All Along The Watchtower" (excluding Jimi Hendrix)?'
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Apr 9, 2012
Brian Morris replied to Greywolf's discussion 'Discovering Patty Griffin'
"One of the few things as good as Patty's music is seeing the look on the face of a friend when they hear her music for the first time. I usually play "Rain" or "Forgiveness" or "Mother of God" or "Burgundy…"
Feb 4, 2012
Jeff Newport replied to Greywolf's discussion 'Discovering Patty Griffin'
"I saw Patty for the first time at Myrtle Edwards Park in Seattle, opening for Lucinda Williams, circa 1999. A beautiful evening; I danced with my lovely wife, Suzanne. My friend, Brad, danced with his delightful daughter, Cassady, 7 at the…"
Feb 4, 2012
Brian Floyd replied to Greywolf's discussion 'Discovering Patty Griffin'
"I discovered Patty a couple of years ago but didn't get to see her live until this past Hardly Strictly Strictly Bluegrass Festival. Three songs into her set I texted 20 friends that without a doubt Patty is the best female singer,…"
Feb 4, 2012
Jack Kidd replied to Greywolf's discussion 'Discovering Patty Griffin'
"Patty is one of the greats, she has a superb voice and writes brilliant songs, so well done for finally discovering her.  I don't see the point in listing lots of others, but one that I think is under-rated and not…"
Feb 3, 2012
Brian Morris replied to Greywolf's discussion 'Discovering Patty Griffin'
"Agree totally.  And those who don't have it should check on the net for her Silver Bell album which has never been officially released.  Along with Flaming Red, it's her most "rock" record.  "
Feb 3, 2012
fila brasileiro replied to Greywolf's discussion 'Discovering Patty Griffin'
"the living with ghosts album was recorded as a rock album but the label supposedly didn't like it as much as demo's that were more acoustic....I would like to hear the actual album as she recorded it (the rock version) and not the…"
Feb 3, 2012
Brian Morris replied to Greywolf's discussion 'Discovering Patty Griffin'
"Those who love early Patty Griffin (Living With Ghosts, I Write The Book, etc.) should checkout Lori McKenna's last album Lorraine.  It's that good. "
Feb 3, 2012
Angus Edward replied to Greywolf's discussion 'Discovering Patty Griffin'
"Patty is, undeniably, one of the best songwriters in contemporary Americana today.  Her album,Living With Ghosts, captured my heart (and subsequently ripped it open) as soon as it was released. Every album of Patty's since has built upon…"
Feb 3, 2012
Lisa Sigler replied to Greywolf's discussion 'Discovering Patty Griffin'
"Her songwriting is poetry and based on subjects so close to home for so many.  Passionate acoustic guitar playing and gorgeous vocals flow from Patty.  She's equally engaging whether  backed by the virtuoso musicians who are…"
Feb 3, 2012
Pete replied to Greywolf's discussion 'Discovering Patty Griffin'
"Well, I have very strong opinions about the early Patty Griffin work, especially "Flaming Red". I had just moved to the country (southwest PA) after having been in the N.Y. Metro area the previous 20 years. That record featured the title…"
Feb 3, 2012
Kevin Rey replied to Greywolf's discussion 'Discovering Patty Griffin'
"Patty is truly a great one. Do yourself a huge favor and get her "Impossible Dream" album. I thinks it's her finest work. "
Feb 3, 2012
Peter replied to Greywolf's discussion 'Discovering Patty Griffin'
"I first saw Patty on Austin City Limits a long time ago with Emmylou, Dave Mathews, Buddy & Jullie (also my first intro to them, and who I also now love) and I think Kim Ritchie. I instantly fell in love with Patty's writing & voice. I…"
Feb 3, 2012

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