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Donald & Lydia - Steve Goodman - Steve Goodman (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Steve Goodman (July 25, – September 20, ) was an American folk music singer-songwriter from Chicago, Illinois. The writer of "City of New Orleans", made popular by Arlo Guthrie, Goodman won two Grammy Awards. Born on Chicago's North Side to a middle-class Jewish family, Goodman began writing and performing songs as a teenager, after his family had moved to the near north suburbs.
  2. Steve Goodman iTunes Tracks Steve Goodman Official Website Steve Goodman. Most music aficionados from outside Steve’s loyal fanbase might’ve heard of him through ARLO GUTHRIE’s take of his classic `City Of New Orleans’ hit, but there was much, much more to .
  3. May 26,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Vegematic, Steve Goodman, Vinyl YouTube John, Arlo, Kris And Others Discuss Steve Goodman - Duration: kevin , views.
  4. Feb 05,  · Stream Steve Goodman by Steve Goodman and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon My favorite songs are "Yellow Coat" and "Would You Like To Learn to Dance" and the quirky "Donald and Lydia" but they are all great. It's hardly the revelation that John Prine's 1st LP was, but it's very good, and shows the /5(48).
  5. Goodman, Steve|Steve Goodman||One Way|OW I Don't Know Where I'm Going But I'm Goin' Nowhere in a Hurry Blues, The| Rainbow Road| Donald and Lydia| You Never Even Call Me By My Name| Mind Your Own Business| Eight Ball Blues| City of New Orleans| Turnpike Tom| So Fine| Jazzman| Would You Like to Learn to Dance?| Goodman, Steve.
  6. This record is also full of the poignant and Goodman's engaging storytelling. Goodman covers a couple of select artists such as his friend John Prine with a great version of "Donald and Lydia" on which David Bromberg plays terrific Dobro and Maria Muldaur lends backup vocals.
  7. There are generally three types of singer-songwriters, in my estimation. The first are the ones who are so trite and tired in their sentiments and songwriting that they clamor to.

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