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Arlo Guthrie - 1970 - Washington County

Some of the cream of Los Angeles's better roots rock players supported Guthrie on his first album of the 1970s, including Ry Cooder, Chris Ethridge, Richie Hayward, Doug Dillard, Clarence White, and Hoyt Axton. Occasionally, he went back to purer folk arrangements, with the banjo-driven instrumental title track and the cover of father Woody Guthrie's "Lay Down Little Doggies." But for the most part, it was in the newly emerging singer/songwriter mold, mellow yet committed. While the results had Guthrie continue his process of more comfortably integrating contemporary rock into his music, it's also a little too low-energy on the whole in its mildly countrified singer/songwriter folk-rock.(AMG)

01 - Introduction
02 - Fencepost Blues
03 - Gabriel's Mother's Hiway Ballad #16 Blues
04 - Washington County
05 - Valley To Pray
06 - Lay Down Little Doggies
07 - I Could Be Singing
08 - If You Would Just Drop By
09 - Percy's Song
10 - I Want To Be Around

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