Articles tagged guy clark

Guy Clark: Songs and Stories

The legendary Guy Clark sings songs, tell stories, and keeps audiences in rapt attention.

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Guy Clark: Somedays the Song Writes You

Guy Clark’s best songs are so wise, so sneakily didactic that they can seem to blow on the wind of fable.

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Guy Clark Somedays the Song Writes You (Dualtone) Releasing: 22 September (US) Guy Clark has long been one of those artists greatly beloved by other respected

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21 Jun 2007 // 11:00 PM

To Lives To Fly by John Kruth

Knuth also shares several direct quotes from Van Zandt in which he consistently maintains that he was simply a medium for songs.

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Guy Clark: Americana Master Series: Best of the Sugar Hill Years

The experience of a good retrospective is like raiding an older sibling's record collection as a kid, one of the most time-honored entry points for discovering new old music.

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17 Oct 2006 // 12:00 AM

Guy Clark: Workbench Songs

Guy Clark is a man of deep feelings with strong powers of observation. He knows how to put across a line with a straight face and then follow it with a crooked twist to show deeper shades of meaning.

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31 Oct 2002 // 11:00 PM

	Guy Clark: The Dark

Guy Clark builds guitars in his basement. This hideaway beneath his Texas home is also where he crafts the dusty, country melodies revered (and covered)

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	Guy Clark, Steve Earle and Townes Van Zandt: Together at the Bluebird Café

Could this be a win-win-win situation, a trio of the finest Texas songwriters taking turns strumming their tunes in a casual sitting? This collection, the

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31 Dec 1994 // 11:03 PM

	Guy Clark: Cold Dog Soup

With his lived-in West Texas voice and some of the finest songwriting chops of his generation, it’s always like welcoming an old friend over

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//Mixed media

Notes, Hoaxes, and Jokes: Silkworm's 'Lifestyle' - "Ooh La La"

// Sound Affects

"Lifestyle's penultimate track eases the pace and finds fresh nuance and depth in a rock classic, as Silkworm offer their take on the Faces' "Ooh La La".

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