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Steve Goodman Tribute
Various Artists
Steve Goodman Tribute
Genres: Country, Blues, Folk, International Music, Jazz, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Latin Music
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I Can't Sleep
Lee Armstrong | Winterville, NC United States | 05/17/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Steve Goodman was a special performer and songwriter. His unassuming manner, sterling musicianship, sense of humor and exquisite songwriting made him a standout both in concert and in the studio. This concert is a fine tribute from artists who loved him. From his bosom buddy John Prine comes John's "Souvenirs," Steve's great "My Old Man," and a marvelous teaming with Bonnie Raitt on John's "Angel From Montgomery." Ed Holstein who was one of Steve's good friends does "Blues That Steve Taught Me" that's hilarious. One of my favorite Chicago singers is Bonnie Koloc who does a great bluesy rendition of Steve's "I Can't Sleep" with her crystal clear voice gracing each note. Other notables are John Hartford doing his "Gentle On My Mind" and Arlo Guthrie on "All Over the World" and his great hit that Steve wrote, "City of New Orleans" with its sunny "Good morning, America, how are you?" chorus. The number of musicians here like Richie Havens, David Bromberg, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and the exquisite Jethro Burns attests to the high regard so many had for Steve. This is a great little walk down memory lane from one of our music's dearest hearts, Steve Goodman. Enjoy!"
There was never a more class act than steve goodman
Cheryl Laredo-Koenig (justoak@usmo. | st louis, mo | 10/14/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I played the old 33 until I wore it out. so many artists come together to make this catalogue complete. John Prine's liner notes say it all!"
I was there!
Rushmore | CHICAGO, IL United States | 08/05/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"It was early 1985, or maybe late 1984. I was pregnant with my first son. We would not have missed it for the world. I was listening to this CD just now in the car, and when Arlo Guthrie invites everyone to sing along to City of New Orleans, I started singing - and promptly burst into tears, just like 24 years ago. There will never again be anyone like Steve Goodman, but there were a lot of very talented people who loved him. This is a great CD!"