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Re: Crocodile Man

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  • nbretvick
    I recently picked up Chris Smither s album, Another Way To Find You , a collection of live tracks. The last track Homunculus really struck me because it
    Message 1 of 17 , Feb 2, 2010
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      I recently picked up Chris Smither's album, "Another Way To Find You", a collection of live tracks. The last track "Homunculus" really struck me because it features Chris totally outside the blues mode. I daresay, this version of the song seems very Dave Carter-esque to me. The guitar playing reminds me of the style Dave used often in his recordings, and the lyrics have a rather mystical quality about them, too.

      --- In Dave-and-Tracy@yahoogroups.com, "nbretvick" <nbretvick@...> wrote:
      > I saw Chris Smither at the Tractor last night, and he performed Dave's song "Crocodile Man". I enjoyed Chris' take on the song, and credit to Dave was duly given. I hope you'll pardon the pun, but that song still has a lot of teeth in it. The first D&T song I ever heard, and still among my favorites. I'm glad Chris is playing it at his shows.
      > It was funny when Chris asked the people near the bar if they could hear him alright (there was some noisy conversation going on there). When they responded affirmatively, he replied, "That's good, cause I can hear you just fine". It did quiet them down a bit.
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