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Exclusive JN Preview Of My 3rd In The Series Of Live Albums


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http://www.jimdibattista.com/music-group-21.html

21 songs-all covers this time

here's the track listing

1-Across The Universe-a Beatles song

2-All That Heaven Will Allow-The Boss

3-Better Place To Be-Harry Chapin's best song IMO

4-Big Rock Candy Mountains-Harry McClintlock did the best version

5-Don't Make Promises-Tim Hardin (Gary Puckett did a great version)

6-First Cut Is The Deepest-Cat Stevens wrote it

7-Giving It All Away-Roger Daltrey did this Leo sayer song on his solo album

8-Growin' Up-by Springsteen

9-Hot Burrito #1 by The Flying Burrito Brothers (Gram Parsons' song)

10-I Don't Want To Spoil The Party-The Beatles

11-I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry-by Hank Williams Sr.

12-Loose Change-by Bruce from his Tracks collection

13-Loving Her Was Easier-by Kristofferson

14-Mansion On The Hill from Springsteen's Nebraska

15-New York City Serenade-also The Boss

16-No Myth by Michael Penn (Sean's bro)

17-Secret Of Life from James Taylor off of JT

18-We're All Alone- a Boz Scaggs song Rita Coolige also did a version

19-What A Wonderful World Louis Armstrong's classic

20-Wichita Lineman-Glenn Campbell did the best version of this Jimmy webb song and...

21-Without Your Love-Daltrey did this one for his McVicar movie

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I love A Better Place to Be, one of my favorite songs of all time. You're right about it being Chapin's best. I also love I Want to Learn a Love Song.

Excellent as always, Jim.

thanks T...Some guy was telling me about that song last week at Nicole's. I don't know if I really ever listened to it...I'm about to DL it now.

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thanks T...Some guy was telling me about that song last week at Nicole's. I don't know if I really ever listened to it...I'm about to DL it now.

And I know all about spending a week in Watertown.

I think you're going to like that tune.

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Good tune. Harry really knew how to tell a story.

we used to go see him all the time at Rutgers-the thing about Harry was he could make you feel like you were sitting in his living room listening to him live-no other artist I've ever seen could do that-and I've seen a LOT of great ones.

When we lose an artist like that the world is a poorer place-they are never replaced and leave a permanent void.

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