John Prine Diamonds In The Rough
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Learn more. Total Length: Genres: Rock. Customer reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. This was a "reminisce" acquisition; my old album collection had long ago disappeared, and I wanted to visit the happy past for a little while. His songs or stories John Prine Diamonds In The Rough persuasive, deeply appealing to our emotional sides.
Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. It was after I had made the first album, so I put two of those songs on Diamonds in the Rough.
And those were the first songs I remember writing. Driving to the Fifth Peg. John Prine Diamonds In The Rough the 5th or 6th time playing there. I used to play there just Thursdays after they hired me. They hired me from that open stage the very first time I sang for the crowd. They invited me back a week later, and I did it again John Prine Diamonds In The Rough an open stage So about the fifth time I was driving John Prine Diamonds In The Rough there I thought, God, the same people are gonna be sitting there.
I better have a new song. So I wrote 'Souvenirs' in the car on the way down. And I thought I had come up with a pretty sophisticated melody in my head, and I was surprised to find out it had the same three chords that all my other songs have. Really surprised. I thought I had written a jazz melody.
He played a back melody, so that you could barely hear the difference of who was playing. Ikebe Shakedown Stone By Stone tape or when we did it live. And I realized a large part of what he was doing was making it sound like I was playing the good part.
I learned that song early Africa Negra Africa Negra 83 Carambola and I always wanted to use that G to the B7. Steve Goodman always told me that if I'd taken another couple of minutes and put a chorus to the song - there isn't any, just a tag line to every verse - that it would have been a hit country song. And The Pharaohs Awakening was set in my ways.
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