Mark Horton
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Mark Horton replied to Steve Sikes-Nova's discussion 'Americana Vocalists that really Knock Your Socks Off'
"Jim Lauderdale Levon Helm Dylan (Blood on the Tracks)"
Dec 4, 2013
Mark Horton replied to Terry Roland's discussion 'What Ten Artists Would You Induct Into the Americana-Roots Hall of Fame'
"Yes, that's true Chris didn't play on "Tambo Man"; I became a fan of the Byrds at that time (which, for me, meant I became a fan of it's members, as well - which Chris certainly was).I still stand by my statement about the…"
Oct 26, 2013
Mark Horton replied to Terry Roland's discussion 'What Ten Artists Would You Induct Into the Americana-Roots Hall of Fame'
"Terry, I'm pleased to hear of the award and acknowledgement given to Chris. I've been a big fan of his since hearing the first bars of "Hey, Mr. Tamborine Man". I agree with your statements about the Desert Rose Band. From most…"
Oct 25, 2013
Mark Horton replied to Terry Roland's discussion 'What Ten Artists Would You Induct Into the Americana-Roots Hall of Fame'
"Thanks, Arlene! I did mean David Rawlings. Now where the heck did I come up with "Kevin"?"
Oct 25, 2013
Mark Horton replied to Dave Crotts's discussion 'Most Emotional Vocal Performance'
"Wow. Thanks."
Oct 25, 2013
Mark Horton replied to Dave Crotts's discussion 'Most Emotional Vocal Performance'
"BAM! Aretha's album is a vocal marvel from start to finish. We earthlings are beyond fortunate to be the recipients of such a thing."
Oct 25, 2013
Mark Horton replied to Terry Roland's discussion 'What Ten Artists Would You Induct Into the Americana-Roots Hall of Fame'
"Reading back over my comments this AM let me just say I didn't mean my comments concerning Chris Hillman and Gram Parsons to have the combative tone it seems to carry. Just expressing an opinion; no attacks intended towards any that've…"
Oct 25, 2013
Mark Horton replied to Terry Roland's discussion 'What Ten Artists Would You Induct Into the Americana-Roots Hall of Fame'
"I know I'll have 2nd, 3rd, 4th.....thoughts about anything I put down here, with the exception of a few that'd show up on any list I did. Yet I'll give it a spin because it's fun and I'm inspired by y'all giving it a…"
Oct 24, 2013
Mark Horton replied to Terry Roland's discussion 'What Ten Artists Would You Induct Into the Americana-Roots Hall of Fame'
"Glad to see both Jimmie Rogers and Merle Travis get a mention here."
Oct 23, 2013
Mark Horton commented on Easy Ed's blog post 'Contextual Theory and Jules Shear's 12 New Songs'
"Thanks, Easy Ed! Anytime I can read some copy on Jules is a glad occasion.One of my fave little gems in the Jules' treasure chest was his 89 release "The Third Party" - an almost demo-like approach with one acoustic guitar and…"
Oct 18, 2013
Mark Horton replied to Terry Roland's discussion 'Chicken Soup for the Musical Soul'
"T Bone Burnette's - T Bone Burnette Just about any Staples record (esp. Pops & Mavis) Bruce Cockburn Susana Baca - Susana Baca Marc Ribot's instrumental efforts Bill Frissel - Good Dog, Happy Man Jules Shear - The Third Party (thanks…"
Dec 21, 2012
Mark Horton replied to Terry Roland's discussion 'Chicken Soup for the Musical Soul'
"These gals have no pretense whastsoever, and it blows a fresh wind into a masterful classic. "
Dec 21, 2012
Mark Horton replied to Terry Roland's discussion 'Chicken Soup for the Musical Soul'
"Bless your heart for including Jules Shear, Easy Ed. I have an album from the early '90s - The Third Party -that I dearly love (although I have several of his albums). It's a very nicely done demo-type release; one voice, one guitar. Great…"
Dec 21, 2012
Mark Horton replied to Terry Roland's discussion 'Chicken Soup for the Musical Soul'
"Amen to what Terry said."
Dec 21, 2012
Mark Horton commented on Terry Roland's blog post 'The Slow Turning of John Hiatt: From Genre Pioneer to Americana’s Elder Statesman'
"Yep - Sessions at 54th Street. Thanks all. That was a great show, which also explains why it didn't last longer. "
Dec 7, 2012
Mark Horton commented on Terry Roland's blog post 'The Slow Turning of John Hiatt: From Genre Pioneer to Americana’s Elder Statesman'
"BTW - Can anybody remember the name of the made for television show John was a part of a few years back (maybe longer, I'm getting old)? The show's focus was on songs, featuring various artists performing and then discussing their songs.…"
Dec 7, 2012

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At 10:23pm on August 19, 2009, No Depression said…
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