Through a Window
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|Through A Window|
|Studio album by Patrick Sky|
|Patrick Sky chronology|
Through A Window is the seventh album by Patrick Sky, recorded in 1985.
- 1." San Francisco Bay Blues"
- 2. "Ramblin' Boy"
- Tom Paxton's best.
- 3. "Separation Blues"
- My own contribution. I'm told it's a popular camp song.
- 4. " Dark as a Dungeon"
- Although this song was written much earlier it was important to me when I was involved in raising money for the Hazard miners. There is no better mining song.
- 5. Mississippi John Hurt's "Candy Man"
- His style of fingerpicking influenced me more than any other player. Candy Man — what a metaphor!
- 6. "Blowin' in the Wind"
- When this song first hit the airwaves it shocked everyone. The anthem of the sixties.
- 1. Reverend Gary Davis "Candy Man"
- The Reverend's style of fingerpicking along with Merle Travis' set the standard.
- 2. ""Don't Think Twice"
- 3. "Ballad of Ira Hayes"
- The plight of the Native Americans was never more poignantly expressed.
- 4. "Freight Train"
- Is there anyone who plays a guitar that does not know Libba Cotten's Freight Train?
- 5. "Louise"
- Paul Siebel still remains one of my favorite song writers.
- 6. "Good Night Irene"
- I'll never forget the first time I heard Ledbelly [sic] on the 12 string guitar. I ran to a pawn shop and bought an old plywood 'Harmony". Later I used it for a planter.
- Patrick Sky: vocal, acoustic guitar
- Michael Shorrock: bass
- Laura Furlong: fiddle
- Ted Bird: harmonica
- Produced, supervised, recorded and engineered by Patrick Sky — Skylark Productions.
- Assistant Engineer: Ray Noren
- Graphics: Cathy Sky
- Photos: Ray Clayton