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If I Knew Then...

by Byron Walls

Folk-country songs about relationships and life with lyrics which are ironic, bittersweet and downright funny. Byron has written songs for Emmy Lou Harris, Burl Ives, Glenn Yarbrough, Andy Williams, and Ronnie Milsap.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Learning To Choose
3:22 album only
2. On The Run
4:36 album only
3. You Shouldn't Be A Memory
3:32 album only
4. Like An Eagle On The Wind
2:50 album only
5. If I Knew Then
3:52 album only
6. Ode To Cheese
2:03 album only
7. Someone To Save
3:22 album only
8. Precious Love
2:49 album only
9. I Could Sure Use That Someone Right Now
2:53 album only
10. Though I Might Have Loved You Better
3:23 album only
11. As Long As It Lasts
2:59 album only
12. Grandma's Letter
4:38 album only
13. Love Flow Like A Fountain
2:17 album only


Album Notes
Byron Walls started out in the 60s as a member of the San Francisco folk trio, "The Travellers," working at the Purple Onion and Hungry i nightclubs. Later he spent a year with the New Christy Minstrels and in the mid-70s toured with Glenn Yarbrough and the Limeliters as the fourth voice and in-house songwriter (they recorded 6 of his songs).

In the 70s and 80s he lived in LA and Nashville writing songs for Emmy Lou Harris, Andy Williams, Ronnie Milsap, Burl Ives, Ed Ames, Ronnie Milsap, The Kendalls.

This is a collection of his best songs in the folk-country genre from those years. Byron also has a CD of his jazzier songs called, Calm, Cool, and Collected.



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