Arlo Guthrie With Shenandoah - Outlasting The Blues

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1979 Japanese White Label Promo Original With Custom Insert. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. “In 1979, Arlo Guthrie Was No Longer Just Woody's Kid, Having Made His Own Mark On Folk And Popular Music Throughout The '60s And '70s. He Was Also Approaching The Age Where He Would Discover Whether Or Not He Would Be Struck With Huntington's Chorea, The Hereditary Nerve Disease That Killed His Father. Outlasting The Blues Deals With This Sense Of Mortality, As Well As Faith, Family, And Time Gone By. Guthrie Refuses To Ignore His Possible Fate, While Examining The Way Things Are, Were, And Should Be. "Which Side," The Record's Hardest Rocker, Begins As If It Were Just Another '60s Protest Song, Before You Realize That It Has More In Common With "Gotta Serve Somebody" Than "Blowin' In The Wind." "Wedding Song" Is A Beautiful Tale Of Marriage, While The Warm Domesticity Of "World Away From Me" And The Record's Best Song, "Epilogue," Round Out The First Side. "Epilogue" Is A Poignant Baring Of The Soul By A Man Sure Of His Faith, If Not His Future, While At The Same Time At Ease With His Past. Outlasting The Blues, At Its Best, Is About As Honest And Mature As Folk Or Pop Songwriting Gets.” Brett Hartenbach, AMG.

Artist: Arlo Guthrie With Shenandoah Title: Outlasting The Blues Genre: Pop Type: Used - LP Label: Warner Catalog ID: P 10711W Country: Japan Our ID: 64659
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