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1. Boundless Love (John Prine Cover)

Boundless Love (John Prine Cover)

Matthew Cardente covering Boundless Love by John Prine.

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3. Boundless Love (Elbow Grease Session)

  • Published: 2018-05-10T13:28:34Z
  • By hank49
Boundless Love (Elbow Grease Session)

Another new John Prine song, here covered at out "Elbow Grease" session of May 6, 2018. Michael Redding: Main vocals and acoustic guitar Robert Darlington: Dulcimer Geoffrey Welchman: Bass John Bachelor: Percussion Brian Chaney: Acoustic guitar [Verse 1] I woke up this morning to a garbage truck Looks like this ol' horseshoe's done run out of luck If I came home, would you let me in? Fry me some pork chops and forgive my sin? [Chorus] Surround me with your boundless love Confound me with your boundless love I was drowning in the sea, lost as I could be When you found me with your boundless love [Verse 2] Sometimes my ol' heart is like a washing machine It bounces around 'til my soul comes clean And when I'm clean and hung out to dry I'm gonna make you laugh until you cry [Chorus] Surround me with your boundless love Confound me with your boundless love I was drowning in the sea, lost as I could be When you found me with your boundless love [Verse 3] If by chance I should find myself at risk A-falling from this jagged cliff I look below, and I look above I'm surrounded by your boundless love

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4. Boundless Love

Boundless Love

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5. If You Don't Want My Love

If You Don't Want My Love

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6. The Lonesome heroes - Glory Of True Love (John Prine)

The Lonesome heroes - Glory Of True Love (John Prine)

Recorded live at the Sunset Super Round, Dashville Skyline Americana Music Festival, Oct 3/4 2015, Dashville, Belford, NSW Australia.

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7. Everything Is Cool (John Prine Cover)

Everything Is Cool (John Prine Cover)

Lyrics by John Prine Vocals by Aadi Rip, Silver Production by Aadi Rip Engineering by Forget Basement, Aadi Rip

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8. Chicago Folk John Prine Cover Aimless Love!!!

Chicago Folk John Prine Cover Aimless Love!!!

A kind of appropriate Valentines Day song?

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9. Worth Its Weight - Best of 2018 (Pt. 1)

Worth Its Weight - Best of 2018 (Pt. 1)

As 2018 comes to a close in this edition of Worth Its Weight we’re looking back on some of the year’s most memorable albums. Rather than a traditional countdown think of this more like a snapshot of some of the albums that helped define the sounds and styles of 2018. There were no shortage of debut albums in 2018 but rarely has a band hit the ground running with such force as The War and Treaty. The roaring infectious joy of husband and wife Michael Trotter and Tanya Blount-Trotter practically jumps out of the speakers in the title track “Healing Tide” and knowing that Trotter is a US Army veteran who discovered songwriting while battling PTSD makes it that much more poignant. While every year has its breakout artists, it was rare in 2018 to hear so many legends drop classics in the twilight of their career, from Elvis Costello’s return to the studio with the Imposters to Paul McCartney’s bombastic concept record Egypt Station. However, my vote for best album from a living legend has to be John Prine’s The Tree Of Forgiveness. With his songwriting in top form for his first new songs in 13 years and roots guru Dave Cobb at the helm, he stitched together a collection of sparse yet beautiful statements like “Boundless Love” while the haunting “Summer’s End” would make a strong argument for song of the year. If Prine’s meditations on mortality don’t really suit the mood for Friday night then I would recommend Leon Bridges highly anticipated sophomore record Good Thing. The vintage r&B from his debut still abounds on tracks like “Bad Bad News” but you can hear him stretch his wings to create a template for what a great soul album can sound like in 2018 on songs like “Beyond”. Another big trend for this year was artists stepping away from their bands to release side projects or solo albums including some great ones from Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner’s Big Red Machine or Boygenius featuring Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker, and Lucy Dacus. While these albums went for big sounds my favorite solo record of 2018 was quite literally that. Big Thief’s Adrianne Lenker armed with nothing more than a guitar and a few subdued synth lines created a dense hallucinogenic mix of poetic imagery and haunting melody on songs like “symbol”.

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