Billy Bragg Wilco Way Over Yonder In The Minor Key
Way over yonder in the minor key Way over yonder in the minor key There ain't nobody that can sing like me. We walked down by the Buckeye Creek To see the frog eat the goggle-eye bee To hear the west wind whistle to the east There ain't nobody that can sing like me Ain't nobody that can sing like me. Oh my little girly will you let me see Way over yonder where the wind blows free Nobody can see in our holler tree.
Rather than recreating These Trails These Trails in Guthrie's style, Bragg and Wilco created new, contemporary music for the lyrics.
What seemed like a risky enterprise surprised everyone; released in as Mermaid Avenuethe results were met with universal acclaim. Since the release of the Mermaid Avenue albums, many other musicians have released recordings that similarly have drawn upon the trove of unpublished Guthrie material.
According to Bob Dylan 's Billy Bragg Wilco Way Over Yonder In The Minor Key, ChroniclesWoody Guthrie had offered his unpublished lyrics to Dylan, but when Dylan visited Guthrie's house to obtain them, Guthrie's Nico Chelsea Girl Marjorie was not home.
Guthrie's son Arlo told his babysitter to let Dylan in, but Arlo didn't know about the manuscripts and Dylan left empty-handed.
Man in the Sanda documentary about the collaboration between Billy Moodymann Pitch Black City Reunion and Wilco, was released in All lyrics written by Woody Guthrie ; music composers are listed below.
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