This new track by Patty griffin, River is worthy of your attention. I listened to this track via Amazon music yesterday four times in a row. The repetition was necessary as the lyric is enigmatic and deep. River is a song that captures the full primal intensity of an individual in my life. This person may read this article and see themselves in the song. More likely many of you will listen to this track and see yourself in this song.
“River” from Patty Griffin’s forthcoming self-titled album to be released March 8th via PGM / Thirty Tigers.
Patty Griffin – “River”
“River” from Patty Griffin’s self-titled album released via PGM / Thirty Tigers.
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Up to the mountain Patty Griffin
Patty Griffin sings a mind blowing rendition of this amazing song that she wrote in honor of Martin Luther King. The words can be found here: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/pattyg… Needs to be played on a good stereo loud to be really appreciated.
Patty Griffin – Top of The World (Live)
Patty Griffin – Top Of The World
Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II Headphone
This wireless Bluetooth model from Bose delivers very good sound quality and active noise reduction, combining elements of in-ear and earbud earphones. These earphones have an isolating design and an ambient sound monitoring feature; they will provide some muffling and electronic canceling of external noises and reduce the amount of sound that escapes from the earpieces. As such, they are best for those who want highly portable earphones that reduce the noise they hear from their surroundings or don’t want the sound from the earpieces to disturb others.
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The Making of American Kid, an Interview With Patty Griffin
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The Strange Man
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Patty Griffin – ‘If I Had My Way’ (with Regina & Ann McCrary
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If I Had My Way
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Patty Griffin – Prayer in Open D (Live)
Patty Griffin You Are Not Alone Live
Patty at the Fez in NYC November 1999
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Rifling through a box of old photos and books I came across an original copy of Patty Griffin ‘s Living with Ghosts. This recording is such an outstanding assemblage of emotive narratives of loss, romance, breakups, emanating from this beautiful petite woman with a superhuman vocal eminence. Watch these videos to bring you alive and in the moment. Her voice is incomparable.
Catch her live sometime and listen to her gospel songs. Each song on this release is gospel to honest ears.
I updated this Patty Griffin post after listening to “You’re Not Alone” on a rainy night drive home to Durham. Listen to these beautiful lyrics and tell me with a straight face that this is not one of the most emotively beautiful songs you have ever heard?
Patty Griffin – Long Ride Home (Live)
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Patty Griffin “Making Pies” live
Another song from the Landmine-Free concert at Stanford University on 21/1/99.
Stolen Car · Patty Griffin
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This well-composed lyric, written by Bruce Springsteen, is made whole and resonant by this Patty Griffin cover. Many years passed before I discovered Patty Griffin did not write this song. The reason for the lack of research and discovery made be found by simply listening to the integrity of Patty Griffin’s Stolen Car. Patty covers Stolen Car the way Linda Ronstadt interprets songs she did not write, with her entire heart and soul.
Bruce Springsteen: STOLEN CAR
Live at Oakland Stadium in Oakland, CA on September 18, 1985.
When it don’t come easy – Patty Griffin
A little song about unconditional love and support.
Patty Griffin – Nobody’s Crying
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Patty Griffin – Mary (Live)
Charlie Sexton Interview
Jan 15, 2016
We met up with the legendary Charlie Sexton at 4Sound in Malmö and talked about his life and career as a musician and what it’s like working with the icon Bob Dylan.
In search of Michael Fracasso, his audience, and his niche
BY DAVE MARSH, FRI., APRIL 23, 2004
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Michael Fracasso’s SXSW 04 showcase took place at 1 am Friday at the Lounge, West Fourth Street, which is not a club, but more a wine bar with a stage tucked in the corner—a small stage, barely big enough for Fracasso and his three bandmates to turn around.
A small crowd, too. These are hardcore fans, almost everyone who has seen Fracasso numerous times. Even for them, such a weird place at such an inconvenient hour makes the experience a little awkward. If it fazes the performer, he doesn’t show it. He gives the same kind of intense performance he always gives. The only kind he knows how to give.
Nobody knows quite what to expect. Even though Fracasso has a new album on Austin’s Texas Music Group, A Pocketful of Rain, there’s no guarantee he’ll play those songs. He might sing anything. He might come off as a particularly insightful singer-songwriter; he might make rock & roll noise. Someone once said, “He’s like Buddy Holly if he went to college.”
He plays many new songs, but the evening’s surprise is the emphasis on guitar interplay between Fracasso and Mac McNabb. It’s pure music-making on the spot, and it’s quietly fierce. Not jam band stuff: There’s nothing hit-or-miss about how Fracasso makes music. But it’s still not the kind of singer-songwriter stuff with which he’s most strongly identified.
If he’s identified at all.
Fracasso has spent 15 years in Austin, and he’s worked with some of its icons. Charlie Sexton has been a band member and produced several Fracasso albums. Patty Griffin, who’s all over Pocket, regularly sings duets with Fracasso. Alongside Alejandro Escovedo and a classroom of local third-graders, he wrote the “The Big 1-0.” He’s an irregular part of the Woody Guthrie road show Ribbon of Highway, Endless Skyway, with Jimmy LaFave and Eliza Gilkyson, among others. After all that, Michael Fracasso remains Austin’s best kept musical secret.