Joni Mitchell – Coyote
I saw this a triple or so weeks back:
Saturday Jukebox Open Thread: Starting Over
By nymole, on February 15th, 2014
Post ‘em if you got ‘em and editors will embed.
Any year, any style, any topic, any performer.
If the terror of the empty page strikes, give us any earworm you’ve wanted out of your head or someone else’s.
I lost all my ‘html for agonist’ crib notes in a fire recently, so I thought I’d be lazy and just post links for the songs I submitted. Well, they didn’t embed, so I’m going to try the links again with the full web syntax and see if they do better.
Same songs, second verse
Editors need to do the embedding, which I’ve taken care of above.
not to forget Bob Seger:- Roll me away
I’ll see your On the Road Again and put in Going Up the Country.
Also, here is the ultimate list of ways to move on:
Here is Canned Heat and the inimitable Bob “Bear” Hite performing:
On the Road Again
There are the songs about the need to leave:
And one about the journey and destination (these days I feel more like the driven than the drivers):
For Those of Us on The Olympic Peninsula…,
we aren’t so much movin’on…, as we are just “Ridin’ the Storm Out”
Well Steeleweed…, Willie’s “On the Road Again” ain’t bad…,
but I think that maybe Sean Paul could use a little more hard drivin’ tempo…, seeins he has a long road ahead 🙂 So…, without further ado…, here’s a REO Speedwagon version of a similarly titled song.
Three different types of movin’on
1. early McGarrigle Sisters – Walking Song
2. Fairport Convention “Farewell, Farewell” (promo)-
Sandy Dennie, Richard Thompson etc (with hair in abundance)
3. Ray Charles: “Hit the Road, Jack”
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