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This song, which presents redemption through love, offers a pure and socially acceptable end to loneliness.
Mr. Morrissey uses an interesting array of musical instruments in his folk tunes including saxophones, tubas,trombones, and the piano.
I figured that I trusted Philo/Rounder records to put out work in styles I like, by people worth recording, so I bought it.
I have nearly all of Bill's albums, but this one id just a dud. Try "North", "Inside", "Things I saw...or thought I saw" and you will be glad you did.Published 13 months ago by Joan
Bill Morrissey is a songwriting treasure. You'll Never Get To Heaven (his 8th album) offers rolling, relaxing rhythms and bluesy folk, often with a tad more "band" ornamentation... Read morePublished on June 4, 2010 by A. Boyd
He's good enough, sings some interesting stories, but nothing really sets him apart for me -- not his lyrics, not his arrangements, and certainly not his half-whisper,... Read morePublished on June 27, 2006 by James Carragher
Bill Morrissey, like John Prine or Steve Earle, is a singer-songwriter with a straightforward delivery that seems to get better with age. Read morePublished on March 27, 2006 by Thomas Alan Orr