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Autumn Special Music Thursday

I bought this album a couple of years ago on a weekend where the leaves on the trees changed drastically.  I had a road trip through the back roads of Kansas and it was glorious.  Ever since, the following album has been synonymous with autumn.  (It joins the ranks of many a U2 album.)

Doc Watson, Ricky Skaggs, Earl Scruggs | The Three Pickers

01 Feast Here Tonight
02 What Would You Give in Exchange for Your Soul
03 Spoken Introduction
04 Who Will Sing for Me
05 Spoken Introduction
06 Soldier’s Joy
07 Walk on Boy
08 Daybreak Blues
09 Don’t Let Your Deal Go Down
10 Pick Along
11 Spoken Introduction
12 What is Home Without Love
13 Doin’ My Time
14 Earl’s Breakdown
15 The Storms Are on the Ocean
16 Down in the Valley to Pray
17 The Banks of the Ohio
18 Ridin’ That Midnight Train
19 Spoken Introduction
20 Road to Spencer
21 Katy Hill
22 Foggy Mountain Top
23 Roll in My Baby’s Arms

4 Comments

  1. My favorite Kansas road trip music, particulary Western Kansas, is Radiohead’s “Kid A.”

    Everything in its right place….

  2. I think my favorite back roads of Kansas album will always be U2’s The Joshua Tree. Where the Streets Have No Name.

    –Shotts

  3. But I realize that my favorite autumn album is probably U2’s The Unforgettable Fire.

    –Shotts

  4. Toby–Not that you can’t take a hiatus now and again, as needed…

    But what happened to Music Thursday this week?

    It’s always a highlight of the HM site…

    –Shotts

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