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|2. Arizona Star|
|3. Magnolia Wind|
|4. Soldier's Joy, 1864|
|5. Dancin' Days|
|7. Off The Map|
|8. Bag Of Bones|
|9. She Loves To Ride Horses|
|10. Rex's Blues|
|11. Queenie's Song|
|12. The Dark|
The entire work is excellent and I would recommend it highly to old Clark fans or new.
Guy has a fine voice for these songs, and the musicianship is stripped bare, thus allowing you to hear how really well they play.
If one cannot become spellbound listening to Guy on this album, one must have amazing resistance to magic.
One of my favorite albums overall from Guy Clark, he sings it all, from a dancer, a dead dog, a crazy old man, to homeless people and in the end a song about the dark that shines... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Gary D. Martinez
And shine Guy Clark does on this excellent collection of tunes. If one cannot become spellbound listening to Guy on this album, one must have amazing resistance to magic.Published 18 months ago by Paradis Perdu
I am admittedly a Guy Clark fan. This one had a number of really memorable songs as usual the arrangements are clean and not overdone. Read morePublished on June 9, 2012 by Clifford H. Campen
Guy Clark is probably one of the strongest songwriters to come out of Texas. His folky-alt country tunes have been covered by many other artists--particularly "LA Freeway. Read morePublished on May 31, 2008 by R. Kyle
Guy Clark has a really rich voice that reveals the intensity of his soul. The title is perfect -- all of the songs show the darkness in human life. Read morePublished on August 1, 2007 by Paul A. Moore
Glad there are some things in life that can be counted on. I have all Guy's stuff. He was good on the first album, but as he's grown he's just gotten better and better. Read morePublished on March 5, 2003 by "email@example.com"