Chip Taylor’s Americana Poetry

The new found “Americana” category despite its edgy truthfulness, has been chided somewhat for being lyrically lightweight. Softspoken Chip Taylor’s poetry dispels that image: “I’m a sky with no end just tryin’ to rain; when the ground’s gettin’ thirsty – that’s who I am.” Joined in duets by Fiddler Carrie Rodriguez, Chip’s songs are full of wisdom and understatement. Hear Memphis, Texas, Don’t Speak in English, and Oh Ireland on Folk Alley.

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