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Gregory Swain

One of my newer finger pickin Instrumentals with a a working title of, The Morning After.

Lamont Cranston

One cover song. Down in the Boondocks by Joe South. Made famous by Billy Joe Royal. I’ve had this song as an earworm for a few days now, so I thought I’d exorcise it by singing the whole thing. Hope you enjoy.

Michael Howitt

I had posted a song which I played at our daughter’s wedding called “When Love is Found” based on a traditional Irish tune. Steffi pointed out that she heard James Taylor play a song called “The Water is Wide” with the same melody. So, this is a cover of “The Water is Wide” for Steffi.

Natalis Wong

Covering “Close to you” at Turtle Jack last Thursday

Joe Caruso

“Back Home in Derry” is an Irish rebel song written by Bobby Sands while imprisoned in HM Prison Maze. The song was covered by Christy Moore in 1984, who recorded it borrowing the melody from Gordon Lightfoot’s “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald“. The lyrics describe the voyage of convicted Irish rebels, sent to exile in Australia, in the aftermath of the Irish Rebellion of 1803.