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2023 has been an exciting year, especially the last part with finishing up The Last Troubadour album and getting ready to release "Harry Chapin (Every Monday Night)" as it's lead-off single. There's something more to it. In "Harry Chapin," he sings about his "melancholy tales of ordinary people caught up in life's travails." It's the thread that connects so many of his songs, from "A Better Place to Be" and "Mail Order Annie" to "Cat's in the Cradle" and "Taxi." You can find the album's genesis in the title song, "The Last Troubadour." The 1970s were the golden age of folk-rock singer-songwriters like Chapin as well as Jim Croce, Cat Stevens, Paul Simon, James Taylor, and Gordon Lightfoot. The album includes Leland Sklar (James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Carole King) on bass and Denny Fongheiser (Heart, Counting Crows, Shawn Colvin) on drums. David Kershenbaum (Cat Stevens, Supertramp, Joe Jackson, Joan Baez, Tracy Chapman, Peter Frampton and Kenny Loggins) produced the album.
2023 has been an exciting year, especially the last part with finishing up The Last Troubadour album and getting ready to release "Harry Chapin (Every Monday Night)" as it's lead-off single. There's something more to it. In "Harry Chapin," he sings about his "melancholy tales of ordinary people caught up in life's travails." It's the thread that connects so many of his songs, from "A Better Place to Be" and "Mail Order Annie" to "Cat's in the Cradle" and "Taxi." You can find the album's genesis in the title song, "The Last Troubadour." The 1970s were the golden age of folk-rock singer-songwriters like Chapin as well as Jim Croce, Cat Stevens, Paul Simon, James Taylor, and Gordon Lightfoot. The album includes Leland Sklar (James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Carole King) on bass and Denny Fongheiser (Heart, Counting Crows, Shawn Colvin) on drums. David Kershenbaum (Cat Stevens, Supertramp, Joe Jackson, Joan Baez, Tracy Chapman, Peter Frampton and Kenny Loggins) produced the album.
630428082922

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Format: CD
Label: RENAISSANCE
Rel. Date: 08/11/2023
UPC: 630428082922

Last Troubadour
Artist: Doctor Fish
Format: CD
New: Available $14.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Arizona Skies
2. Tuesday Morning
3. Sexual Creature
4. Anastasia
5. A Man and a Woman
6. I'm Not Done Yet
7. Hang the Moon
8. Harry Chapin
9. And So This Is Love
10. Last Troubadour

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2023 has been an exciting year, especially the last part with finishing up The Last Troubadour album and getting ready to release "Harry Chapin (Every Monday Night)" as it's lead-off single. There's something more to it. In "Harry Chapin," he sings about his "melancholy tales of ordinary people caught up in life's travails." It's the thread that connects so many of his songs, from "A Better Place to Be" and "Mail Order Annie" to "Cat's in the Cradle" and "Taxi." You can find the album's genesis in the title song, "The Last Troubadour." The 1970s were the golden age of folk-rock singer-songwriters like Chapin as well as Jim Croce, Cat Stevens, Paul Simon, James Taylor, and Gordon Lightfoot. The album includes Leland Sklar (James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Carole King) on bass and Denny Fongheiser (Heart, Counting Crows, Shawn Colvin) on drums. David Kershenbaum (Cat Stevens, Supertramp, Joe Jackson, Joan Baez, Tracy Chapman, Peter Frampton and Kenny Loggins) produced the album.
        
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