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  1. New Beginnings failed to propel Larry Jon to even the relatively modest cult acclaim enjoyed by his likeminded parmalmchysitarisoquatthochcudaro.xyzinfo some of the frustration this conjured can be heard on ′s Let Me Sing My Song To parmalmchysitarisoquatthochcudaro.xyzinfo the title track and the self-deprecating “Drowning in the Mainstream” speak of Wilson’s hope to inch at least a few steps towards the big time without making too.
  2. Sadly, Larry Jon Wilson passed away last year, but he left us with this very good "comeback" album, his first recording in nearly 30 years. Whether he's performing an original tune or offering an engaging take on a Mickey Newbury song, Wilson shows that he's a Reviews: 6.
  3. Artist: Larry Jon Wilson Title: Let Me Sing My Song To You Format: Vinyl Attributes: Ltd Ed, Rmst Genre: Folk UPC: Condition: New Release Date: Record Label: Be with Records Album Tracks 1. Drowning In The Mainstream 2. Let Me Sing My Song To You 3. Sheldon Churchyard 4. I Remember It Well 5. The Ballad Of Handy Mackey 6. Think I Feel A Hitchhike Coming On 7. Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. Larry Jon Wilson came to the party late. When he arrived in Nashville, he had already spent ten years in corporate America. He did not start playing guitar until the age of 30, but five years later he released his debut, New Beginnings, following it with Let Me Sing My Song To You (BEWITH LP, ).5/5(1).
  5. Jun 23,  · Larry Jon Wilson was a late bloomer. Born in Georgia in , he didn't learn to play guitar until he was 30, and he didn't go into music full-time until he was
  6. Let Me Sing My Song to You, an Album by Larry Jon Wilson. Released in on Monument (catalog no. KZ ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Country Soul, Outlaw Country, Singer/Songwriter. Featured peformers: Larry Jon Wilson (acoustic guitar, vocals), Reggie Young (electric guitar), Tommy Cogbill (bass), Hayward Bishop (drums), Bobby Wood (keyboards), Don Potter (acoustic guitar), Bobby Ogdin (piano.
  7. Jun 21,  · Find Larry Jon Wilson discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Larry Jon Wilson discography, albums and singles on AllMusic full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations All. Year Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings.
  8. Larry Jon Wilson came to the party late. When he arrived in Nashville, country soul pioneer Tony Joe White had already made six albums. Townes Van Zandt had made seven, Mickey Newbury eight. Kristofferson, the accepted High Priest of the New Nashville, had made five. Larry Jon, by the time he arrived, had spent ten years in corporate America. He did not start playing guitar until the age of
  9. Of his first album, the critic for the Saturday Review in New York said, "Larry Jon Wilson's New Beginnings is, to sum up, the best thing I have heard in country, rock, pop, or you-name-it for a very long time." (Cursive captions taken from article in The New Georgia Encyclopedia, written by .

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