Posts Tagged ‘Guy Clark’

L.A. Freeway

December 14, 2019

“L.A. Freeway,” written and recorded by Guy Clark, 1975.

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L.A. Freeway

June 1, 2019

“L.A. Freeway,” written by Guy Clark, recorded by Steve Earle & the Dukes, 2019.

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The Dark

June 19, 2016

“The Dark,” written by Guy Clark and Buddy Mondlock, performed by Mr. Clark (narrative, vocals, guitar) with Darrell Scott (banjo, dobro, guitar, mandolin, accordion, mandocello, bass, harmony vocals, marimbula), Verlon Thompson (guitar, harmonica, mandolin, percussion, djembe, National steel guitar, harmony vocals), Shawn Camp (violin), Tim O’Brien (violin), David Rawlings (harmony vocals), and Gillian Welch (harmony vocals).

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Guy Clark, 1941– 2016

May 18, 2016

Guy Clark, 1941-- 2016

Influential Texas-born singer, songwriter, and luthier Guy Clark died in Nashville Tuesday at the age of 74. A wonderful performer, his songs were big hits for others, notably Jerry Jeff Walker, Jimmy Buffett, Lyle Lovett, Ricky Skaggs, Steve Wariner, and Rodney Crowell.

More:

“Guy Clark dead at 74,” Peter Cooper, The Tennessean

“Guy Clark, a King of the Texas Troubadours, Is Dead at 74,” Bill Friskics-Warren, New York Times

“Legendary Texas songwriter Guy Clark, 74, dies,” Roberto Villalpando, Austin America-Statesman

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