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Thursday, December 22, 2005

Live Forever 


I just changed the song on my MySpace.com profile . Now up is "Live Forever," sung by its original author, Billy Joe Shaver , along with country music's latest phenomenon, Big & Rich .

CMT.com is also showing the video of this song, and for free, as well as playing it on their television channel.

Check it out, because I listen to this song over and over and over again. And let me know if you believe, as I do, that this song will live forever in the annals of great American song.

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"Live Forever" is a great song, and it's one that works well as a cover.

The last decent rock show I saw - Paul Westerberg in New Orleans - featured a flat-out smokin' version of that song; Westerberg turned it into a straight-ahead, torrid rocker. It kicked ass.

The posts, by the way, have been terrific.
 
The Highwaymen -- Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and Waylon Jennings -- popularized this song. A tenth anniversary album of theirs was just issued, with a documentary shown on CMT and available online if you buy the album at Amazon.

I am probably among the least spiritual guys you will ever know, but this song just has the right combination of sentiment, mystery, gentleness, respect, and wonder to make you feel like you are floating in the clouds. But to return to reality, unfortunately Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings did not live forever, so now we have John Rich and Big Kenny Alphin who have the talent one day to fill their shoes.

And thanks for the support. With all the millions I'm making from AdSense, I can now buy a beer for Frank McManus down at O'Shea's. But only a short one.
 
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"Live Forever" is a great song, and it's one that works well as a cover.

The last decent rock show I saw - Paul Westerberg in New Orleans - featured a flat-out smokin' version of that song; Westerberg turned it into a straight-ahead, torrid rocker. It kicked ass.

The posts, by the way, have been terrific.

By Blogger Brian Moore, at 12:00 PM  

The Highwaymen -- Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and Waylon Jennings -- popularized this song. A tenth anniversary album of theirs was just issued, with a documentary shown on CMT and available online if you buy the album at Amazon.

I am probably among the least spiritual guys you will ever know, but this song just has the right combination of sentiment, mystery, gentleness, respect, and wonder to make you feel like you are floating in the clouds. But to return to reality, unfortunately Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings did not live forever, so now we have John Rich and Big Kenny Alphin who have the talent one day to fill their shoes.

And thanks for the support. With all the millions I'm making from AdSense, I can now buy a beer for Frank McManus down at O'Shea's. But only a short one.

By Blogger Eddie Goldman, at 2:56 AM  

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