Back for more live music and patter from one of the masters, Loudon Wainwright III.
Be sure and check out this perennial troubadour here for more. Mr. Wainwright is a working artist and one that deserves your support!
Now let's get to it...
"Some Balding Guys" - David Mansfield and Chaim Tannenbaum join Loudon onstage for some lighthearted, if slightly scatological patter...
"The Swimming Song" - ...then they get down to playing!
"Absence Makes the Heart Grow Wander" - An age old sentiment made meaningful and relevant by a lyrical master!
"Happy Birthday Elvis" - Wishing "The King" a posthumous happy day...IF he's really post.
"Fabulous Songs" - So many songs to choose from.
"Unhappy Anniversary" - Sometimes you just gotta wish it.
"I'd Rather Be Lonely" - The lesser of two evils.
"Just Say No" - Loudon takes his play list back!
"April Fool's Day Morn" - A Folk Singer is nothing if not reflective and retrospective...how much more so than to look back on one's natal day.
"The Man Who Couldn't Cry" - This is a song I first heard Johnny Cash sing. It works for both singers.
"The Acid Song" - A happy reminiscence and suggestion for alternatives.
"Tip That Waitress" - If I sang and played in bars, I would do this song EVERY night. Must do wonders for your after-hours life.
"Career Moves" - Title track of the album. A grateful person in a well chosen life path.
If that don't make you want to hear more Loudon, maybe you weren't listenin' right!
Talk to you soon!