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Woody Guthrie - Jimmy LaFave - Texoma (CD, Album)

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  1. › See all 12 albums by Jimmy LaFave. Songs Sort by: Bestselling. of by Jimmy Lafave on Texoma. On a Bus to St. Cloud by Jimmy Lafave on Texoma. Tim O'Brien;John Mellencamp;Ramblin' Jack Elliott on Woody Guthrie: At ! (Live At The Kennedy Center).
  2. His fourth CD, Road Novel, which was released in early , received many glowing reviews. That year he was asked by Nora Guthrie to speak and perform at the induction of Woody Guthrie into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame. In , LaFave released Texoma, a celebration of the Americana spirit with a heartfelt valentine to the heartland.
  3. Jimmy LaFave. Jimmy LaFave (born July 12, ) is an American singer-songwriter and folk musician born in Wills Point, Texas. After moving to Stillwater, Oklahoma, LaFave crafted a musical style called Red Dirt music and became a disciple of the state's most famous folk musician: Woody Guthrie.
  4. LaFave later became a member of the Woody Guthrie Coalition that organizes the festival and likened the event to a family reunion. Receiving some of the best press of his career, including reviews by the Associated Press, VH–1, Billboard and Playboy, LaFave released Texoma in
  5. of Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan tunes did during his formative years. Hell, he even combined the two states on the title of his album, Texoma. And LaFave manages to tie together his love and admiration for his two spiritual hometowns and his folk heroes on his latest album. A cavalcade of Austin–based musicians crop up on Cimarron Manifesto.
  6. Artist: Jimmy LaFave DISC 1 TRACK LISTING Let My Love Open the Door2. Minstrel Boy Howling at the Moon3. Peace Town4. What Good Am I 5. Help Me Through the Day 6. I May Be Used (But I Ain't Used up) 7. My Back Pages 8. My Oklahoma Home (It Blowed Away) 9. A Thousand by My Side Already Gone DISC 2 TRACK LISTING
  7. Jimmy LaFave built his reputation as an interpreter of Dylan songs and as an up-and-coming singer/songwriter from the Austin music scene. On his sixth album, Texoma, he is joined by a talented band and some excellent background singers (the Burns Sisters).6/
  8. Texoma Album Jimmy LaFave After moving to Stillwater, Oklahoma, LaFave crafted a musical style called Red Dirt music and became a disciple of the state's most famous folk musician: Woody Guthrie.

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