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Sweet Thing. Home Sweet Home Revisited. No Place To Fall. Montgomery In The Rain. Always Loving You. Drift Away. I Closed My Hearts Door. Dont Think Twice Its Alright. Olney's track were released on his Live in Holland album in In , an album of Young's tracks was released, also titled Live in Holland.
David Olney took care of the liner notes, and performed on a few tracks on harmonica. Steve Young had been in declining health since suffering a head injury sustained in a fall in October He died after a brief stay in a Nashville, Tennessee hospice, on March 17, He was True Note.
Ragtime Blue Guitar. Montgomery in the Rain. Seven Bridges Road Steve Young. Long Way to Hollywood Steve Young. Many Rivers Steve Young. True Note Steve Young. Cale's "Same Old Blues," with stunning slide guitar work. But it is in the cover of Mentor Williams' composition "Drift Away" -- the multi-million-seller recorded by Dobie Gray -- that Young offers his greatest surprise. This is a soul song, performed by a soul singer originally, and here Young, while keeping the song's intent essentially the same, transforms it into a country prayer.
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There [were] seven wooden bridges [on Woodley] and we'd go out there a lot I thought it was the most beautiful place around Montgomery that I'd ever seen. That road was a cavern of moss; it looked like a tunnel.
We sat there a while, and he started writing down words. Young's own recollection was that the final version of "Seven Bridges Road" "was put together over a period of several years. Sometimes I'd say [to myself] 'good song'. Then I'd say nobody could relate to a song like this. I was very surprised and thought it just because it was a local known thing and that was why they liked it. He wanted me to be strictly a singer and interpreter of folk songs and country standards.
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