Our Mother the Mountain
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|Our Mother the Mountain|
|Studio album by Townes Van Zandt|
|Producer||Kevin Eggers, Jim Malloy|
|Townes Van Zandt chronology|
Our Mother the Mountain is the second album by country singer/songwriter Townes Van Zandt, released in 1969. It is generally acknowledged as his first masterpiece, due to the haunting poetry found in the title track and "St. John The Gambler".
- "Be Here to Love Me"
- "She Came and She Touched Me"
- "Like A Summer Thursday"
- "Our Mother The Mountain"
- "Second Lovers Song"
- "St. John The Gambler"
- "Tecumseh Valley"
- "Snake Mountain Blues
- "My Proud Mountains"
- "Why She's Acting This Way"
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