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Times are a Changing-Dylan
Sleeping Sickness-City & Color
Elderly Woman Behind.....Pearl Jam
Good Riddance - Green Day
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Rocky Raccoon - The Beatles
When I'm Sixty Four - The Beatles
Lyin' Eyes - The Eagles
Desperado - The Eagles
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"hide your love away" Beatles
"17 cheerleader coldfront" guided by voices
"watering pavement man" champion hairpuller

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Oh, forgot "I've been everywhere man" Johnny Cash

That's a fun one to try and sing real time.
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"Angel From Montgomery" -John Prine
"White Freightliner Blues" -Townes
"Ripple" -Grateful Dead
"The Weight" -The Band
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There are hundreds of tunes I could put here - but right now this is my favorite. I saw Rick on tour with TE about 10 years ago and got a chance to chat with him for a few minutes. He was a very kind, soft spoken and humble guy. His voice was one of the most impressive I've ever seen live - he really knew how to work a mic

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gotta love Gregory!
This is truly one of my favorites. Watching him playing it here is mesmerizing.

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The Stable Song, Gregory Allan Isakov.
My previous post was meant to be a reply to your original suggestion, which was great.
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Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
Wonderful Tonight - Clapton
Have You Ever Seen the Rain? - CCR
Lodi - CCR
Sloop John B - done in a Carter/Boom Chuck style
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Great replies, everyone. You've reminded me of some good ones I'd forgotten about. As soon as I saw Paper Moon, I had to reach for my old Yammy and start it up.

And if I can add a few more:

Four Strong Winds (Ian Tyson/Neil Young)
Radio Song (Dillard and Clark)
All Your Stories (Jesse Winchester)
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Old 11-19-2019, 11:12 AM
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Fun Strummers:
Give A Little Bit - Supertramp
San Francisco Bay - Clapton
Mr Jones - Counting Crows
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Old 11-19-2019, 11:18 AM
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Carol - Al Stewart
Cruel To Be Kind - Nick Lowe
Don't Fear The Reaper - BOC
Forever Autumn - Justin Hayward
Lonely People - America
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Soulshine - Warren Haynes
Friend of the Devil - Grateful Dead
Midnight Special - CCR
The Weight - The Band
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...of songs by The Band. They really push you to be soulful in your singing because you sound stupid if you don't. The guy I've been playing with recently also does a lot of noodling on those Robbie Robertson songs.

And as always, The Beatles are a very deep well of finely-crafted pop songs. Even back to the early era their chord selection and harmonies really make playing fun.
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Queen - "'39"
America - "All My Life"
CCR - "Have You Ever Seen Rain?"
Steve Winwood - "While You See A Chance"
Roberta Flack - "Feel Like Makin' Love"
The Who - "So Sad About Us"
Elton John - "Daniel"
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