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This is not one of my songs. It’s by Jesse Winchester. I recorded this version on my first album in 1984 at Wally Cleaver’s Recording in Fredericksburg, VA. Owned and run by my dear friend Peter Bonta who is also featured on the track playing bass and accordion. He, along with Gerry Rothschild were the engineers. Terry Jo Nations (Lorie) sings some great harmonies. Last but not…I was very fortunate to have Jimmy Arnold play a great fiddle part. I hope you enjoy this trip back in time.

The Brand New Tennessee Waltz

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5 comments

  1. I love your work, John. You paint exquisite images with your words and express them so beautifully with your voice and music. Please let me know of new podcasts.

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  2. You have SUCH a lovely storytelling cadence. Thank you for sharing all the 74ths– the first breaths, the addresses, the unknown, the rain and the names. Happy Birthday, John.

    I’m 5 days down the road from you– April 26th. Yes, a stubborn Taurus. There is no in between for me. I did look up others born on this day and only recognized Melania Trump (ugh) and Carol Burnett (ugh). Yikes…

    Here’s to the next 74ths you meet and greet. Much love and peace, John!

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  3. Hello John, I just listened to your birthday podcast. I loved every minute of it. I hope you will have more podcasts about your life. Have an awesome birthday month and year! Love and peace. Ellen

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