Larry Jon Wilson - New Beginnings FLAC album
Larry Jon Wilson died June 21, 2010. He is best known for being featured on the documentary "Heartworn Highways". He released four albums in the 1970s before leaving the music industry. He befriended folks like Steve Earle and Townes Van Zandt. Thirty years later, Wilson released a self titled album.
Features Song Lyrics for Larry Jon Wilson's New Beginnings album. 1. Through the Eyes of Little Children Lyrics. 2. New Beginnings Lyrics. 3. The Truth Ain't in You Lyrics.
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BPM Profile New Beginnings. Album starts at 95BPM, ends at 115BPM (+20), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Larry Jon Wilson. Let Me Sing My Song to You.
Larry Jon Wilson (October 7, 1940 – June 21, 2010) was an American country singer, guitarist and musician. He recorded "Through the Eyes of Little Children" and "I Betcha Heaven's on a Dirt Road". Born in Swainsboro, Georgia, Wilson picked up the guitar and taught himself how to play. In 1975, he released his debut album New Beginnings. Three more albums on the Monument record label imprint of CBS Records followed, Let Me Sing My Song to You (1976), Loose Change (1977), and The Sojourner (1979).
Distributed by Columbia, Epic Records, CBS In. 51 West 52 S. New York, . New Beginnings (LP, Album, Promo).
Omni's 2011 two-fer combines Larry Jon Wilson's 1975 album New Beginnings and its 1976 sequelLet Me Sing My Song to You on one CD. Larry Jon Wilson was very much cut from the same cloth as fellow Monument recording artist Tony Joe White, blessed with a similar warm, burnished baritone, a fondness for Southern narratives and blue-eyed southern soul tempered by some soft, easy-rolling pop. White tended to be much rawer than Wilson, favoring wilder rhythms while LJW has a gentler touch, giving even his funkiest grooves a touch of smoothness.
Larry Jon Wilson - Canoochee Revisted (Jesus Man) 04:29. Larry Jon Wilson - Broomstraw Philosophers and Scuppernong Wine 03:12. Larry Jon Wilson - Lay Me Down Again 03:21. Larry Jon Wilson - Melt Not My Igloo 04:46. Larry Jon Wilson - Things Ain't What They Used to Be (And Probably Never Was) 03:00. Larry Jon Wilson - Bertrand My Son 03:27. Let Me Sing My Song to You - Larry Jon Wilson. Larry Jon Wilson - Larry Jon Wilson.
New Beginnings Tracklist. Ohoopee River Bottomland Lyrics. 4.
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|A1||Ohoopee River Bottomland||3:43|
|A2||Through The Eyes Of Little Children||3:33|
|A3||New Beginnings (Russian River Rainbow)||3:37|
|A4||The Truth Ain't In You||3:13|
|A5||Canoochee Revisited (Jesus Man)||4:31|
|B1||Broomstraw Philosophers And Scuppernong Wine||3:12|
|B2||Lay Me Down Again||3:23|
|B3||Melt Not My Igloo||4:49|
|B4||Things Ain't What They Used To Be (And Probably Never Was)||3:01|
|B5||Bertrand My Son||3:28|
- Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Monument Record Corp.
- Distributed By – Columbia Records
- Distributed By – Epic Records
- Published By – Combine Music Corp.
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
- Acoustic Bass – Henry Strzelecki
- Acoustic Guitar – Johnny Christopher, Larry Jon Wilson
- Acoustic Guitar [Gut Strings] – Don Potter (tracks: B4)
- Arranged By – Bergen White
- Backing Vocals – Belinda West, Bruce Dees, Ginger Holladay, Janet Helm, Lea Jane Berinati, Mary Holladay
- Bass – Tommy Cogbill
- Cover, Illustration – Gene Wilkes
- Design – Bill Barnes , Julie Holiner
- Drums – Hayward Bishop, Jerry Carrigan (tracks: A1, A5)
- Electric Guitar – Bruce Dees (tracks: A4), Reggie Young
- Engineer [Recording] – Bruce Dees, Chip Young, Mike Shockley
- Harmonica – Donnie Lowell
- Keyboards – Bobby Woods*
- Management [Personal] – Michael B. Leonard
- Mastered By – Mac Evans
- Mixed By – Brent Maher
- Percussion – Farrell Morris, Hayward Bishop
- Photography By [Cover Photos For Art Reference] – Jimmy Thomas
- Photography By [Flyleaf] – Shar Wainwright
- Producer – Bruce Dees, Rob Galbraith
- Saxophone – Gayle Whitfield
- Steel Guitar – Lloyd Green
- Trumpet – Tommy Smith
- Vocals – Larry Jon Wilson
- Words By, Music By – Larry Jon Wilson
NotesLarry Jon Wilson,
A white soul man,
Why, he's got so much soul,
In the 50's he rode on
The back of the bus.
A Larry Jon fan.
© 1975 CBS Inc. / ℗ 1975 Monument Record Corp. / Distributed by Columbia / Epic Records / CBS Inc. / 51 West 52 St., New York, N.Y.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix, Side A): AL 33382
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix, Side B): BL 33382
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A): T1 P AL-33382-1F ⩆⩆ε MI-N ∧
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B): T1 P AL-33382-1E ⩆⩆ε MI-N ∧
|BEWITH052LP||Larry Jon Wilson||New Beginnings (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, 180)||Be With Records||BEWITH052LP||UK||2018|
|KZ 33382||Larry Jon Wilson||New Beginnings (LP, Album, Promo)||Monument||KZ 33382||US||1975|
|MC 6635||Larry Jon Wilson||New Beginnings (LP, Album)||Monument||MC 6635||US||1976|