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My Baby And Me - Bill Morrissey - Bill Morrissey (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Bill Morrissey's debut took an interesting turn when it was reissued on compact disc in Morrissey re-recorded the album in its entirety and added three extra songs. The results are impressive, as the singer/songwriter brings an added resonance to the songs, the byproduct of the years that he spent seasoning and getting familiar with.
  2. This album is dedicated to Lisa. Thanks to Kari, Tracy, Len, Hiram, Jeff, Herb and Rico And special thanks to Chuck and Pat Dietzel. Philo Records nationally distributed by Rounder Records, One Camp Street, Cambridge, MA Jacket made in Canada Bill Morrissey/5(6).
  3. Bill Morrissey took an unusual approach to reissuing his first album originally from on CD -- rather than using the original tapes, he went back into the studio with his guitar and re-recorded every song, direct to DAT, and added three more that, although not on 5/5(2).
  4. Bill Morrissey (first album) () Reckless Records / RK and Philo / PH Barstow Small Town on the River Darlin' Lisa Oil Money Morrissey Falls in Love at First Sight Texas Blues My Baby and Me The Packard Company A Problem with Logic Run You through the Mill Grizzly Bear Rosie North () Produced by Edward Gerhard.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Bill Morrissey on Discogs. Label: Philo - CD PH • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Bill Morrissey - Bill Morrissey (, CD) | Discogs.
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  8. Nov 26,  · My baby and me, we know a good time when we see it, Mid-November — So long, fall — as warm days go, this is last call. One of the things I loved about Bill Morrissey’s songwriting was his sense of place. I’d grown up in a world of New England folksingers who adopted southern Continue reading My Baby and Me (Bill Morrissey) →.

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