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Losers Trilogy - Larry Jon Wilson - Larry Jon Wilson (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jan 01,  · Written-By – Larry Jon Wilson: Losers Trilogy: A2a: If I Just Knew What To Say Written-By – Stuart Wright (2) A2b: Bless The Losers Written-By – Mickey Newbury: A2c: Things Ain't What They Used To Be And Probably Never Was Written-By – Larry Jon Wilson: A3: Heartland Written-By – Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson: A4: Long About Now Written /5(10).
  2. Jun 12,  · another Larry Jon Wilson gem from the LP "Loose Change" AND: There is a new cd out, "Larry Jon Wilson" on Records Update: fan website at ckonlounlampmillpewquaichorpanumlinomil.coinfo-jon-wilson.
  3. Larry Jon Wilson (October 7, in Georgia – June 21, )[1] 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".
  4. Shop Larry Jon Wilson [VINYL]. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(10).
  5. Apr 01,  · 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 very talented artist, one that should have been better known/5(11).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of New Beginnings on Discogs. Label: Monument - KZ • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Blues, Folk, World, & Country •.
  7. An associate of the country outlaw generation that included Townes Van Zandt and Guy Clark, Larry Jon Wilson's burly baritone burr brought tableaux .
  8. Album: Larry Jon Wilson, Larry Jon Wilson () (Rated 4/ 5) Reviewed by Andy Gill "American Trilogy", Wilson here does a "Losers Trilogy" and a "Whore Trilogy", the latter incorporating poignant renditions of Paul Siebel's "Louise" and Mickey Newbury's "San Francisco Mabel Joy". There's also a version of the Bob.

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