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Summertime / Azure Te

Summer Te!

Sugar Chuck opened the Coffeehouse with me -- it was great to have him in town. He knew"Summertime" by Gershwin -- I knew Azure Te (Don Wolf, Bill Davis). Mashups being all the rage . . .

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It Could Happen to You

Sadly, the last of the Sugarchuck Sessions: music by Jimmy Van Heusen and lyrics by Johnny Burke (c)1944

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Fruits of My Labor

Mollie & Sugarchuck provide a beautiful take on this song by Lucinda Williams.

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Come Together

I NEVER get asked to sing backup -- what fun to do so with Mollie Dangerbucket and Sugarchuck.

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Kindhearted Woman Blues

Travelled to an undisclosed location to record this great Robert Johnson tune with my friend Sugarchuck.

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Embraceable You

An anniversary flashback to George & Ira Gershwin's "Embraceable You" with the one, the only, SugarChuck.


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You Don't Know Me

We jumped the grand opening a little last year to sneak in this first effort. I'm going to jump the first anniversary a little, and repost this.

My great friend Sugarchuck was in town and we were able to get together and record a few first takes. Here's the Cindy Walker/ Eddy Arnold masterpiece "You Don't Know Me:"

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Casey's Last Ride

Only one thing better than putting on an old jacket and finding a $20 in the pocket: I found a SugarChuck video that I forgot I had. When we recorded it, I thought it an odd song for the coffeehouse. But I didn't know the coffeehouse well enough back then.

Iíve always liked simple country ballads, and this Kris Kristofferson song has meant a lot to me. Sugarchuck played this with me on my first album in 1981 (yeah, it came out on vinyl) and we reprise it here.

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All of Me

SugarChuck, a purple Telecaster, Seymour Simons's 1931 hit All of Me.

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Route 66

It's Lomas Avenue in Albuquerque, and a fun little shuffle.

SugarChuck joins me in the coffeehouse:

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Embraceable You

The SugarChuck Sessions continue with George and Ira Gershwin's "Embraceable You."


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Key to the Highway

Another round of the fabled SugarChuck sessions! SC and I dust off an old blues tune that we have been playing together for, well, forever.

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Paper Moon

A Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg tune that isn't in Wizard of Oz -- The famed SugarChuck sessions end with "(Say, It's Only a) Paper Moon."

Rumors abound of a second jk-SugarChuck session this summer -- we'll keep you informed...

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Do You Know What it Means?

Another from the fabled SugarChuck sessions: Do You Know What it Means (to Miss New Orleans)? Eddie DeLange and Louis Alter ©1947

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You Don't Know Me

My great friend Sugarchuck was in town and we were able to get together and record a few first takes. Here's the Cindy Walker/ Eddy Arnold masterpiece "You Don't Know Me:"





Yeah, we're working on the camera angles -- hang in there!

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