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Eddie K Lively and Friends

by Eddie K Lively

Middle-of-the-road Traditional Country Music.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Changing of the Seasons
Harrison Carl Beck
3:38 $0.99
2. The Epitaph
Harrison Carl Beck
3:55 FREE
3. Go Home And Cry On Your Pillow
Harrison Carl Beck
2:31 $0.99
4. Do Your Own Thing
Larry Johnson
3:09 $0.99
5. Prettier Girl
Larry Johnson
3:09 $0.99
6. Glory Ann
Larry Johnson
2:28 $0.99
7. Let It Be Now
Larry Johnson
2:05 $0.99
8. Ode to John Denver
Eddie K Lively
3:47 $0.99
9. Gypsy in my Soul
Eddie K Lively
3:13 $0.99
10. Keeper in the Garden
Eddie K Lively
4:11 $0.99
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Album Notes
Eddie K Lively is a songwriter from Colorado who creates songs that explore the meaning of life and the sometimes fickled and suspicious nature of romantic relationships. All songs are published originals of mine and were recorded by friends of mine. Anyone interested in recording a cover of any of my songs please contact me at eddiek33@q.com

Featured songs are "Changing of the Seasons"and "Ode to John Denver"

The flagship song on this Cd is "Changing of the Seasons" sung by my close friend Carl Beck ( this song was originally recorded by Canadian Artist Myrna Lorri and reached #l on the Country RPM Chart of Canada in October 1968. The song was then put on her album "Best of Myrna Lorrie" in the mid 70's.

See the interesting "STORY BEHIND THE SONG" on my website www.eddieklively.com/page5 or click the link found on this page below.

The version of "Changing of the Seasons" on this CD is from
my friend Harrison Carl Beck's album released in Nashville in 1996 while he was performing a long-standing gig at Tootsie's Orchid Lounge in the mid 90's. Unfortunately Harrison was side-lined by a life threatening illness which prevented him from promoting his album. For the past twelve years he has fought various complications of paralysis and heart disease and finally passed away in January of 2013. ( Harrison also did the original demo for this song ) His idol was Marty Robbins and you can hear Marty's influence in his singing.
You can read more about Harrison in the "story behind the song" on my web site www.eddieklively.com

"The Epitaph" is also a very interesting story about Caribou, one of the great many Colorado Ghost Mining Towns. Caribou is located just below timberline above Nederland, Colorado. You can read the whole story behind this song on the Eddie K Lively website. It is with great sadness that there is little trace of the town today. Some developer even bulldozed the cemetery which was located in a peaceful shielded area in the pines. It was still undisturbed except by wild animals and time back in the 60"s when I wrote this song.

The other featured artist on this CD is my friend Larry Johnson who was a country rock artist back in the 70's who really lets it "all hang out" on his version of my song "Do Your Own Thing" and is featured on three other tracks as well. I took Larry and his backup band "The Dakota Territory into a local studio in 1972 to make these demos of some of my songs. Larry had an aggressive and very outgoing style on the stage but lacked the self-confidence to go after a recording contract with a major label. Instead he relished challenging and out-performing the Nashville artists who were booked into the club where he was the house band. This reputation preceded him in Nashville and killed any chance of him getting a recording contract in music city.

Larry was truly an electrifying entertainer and performer.
His specialty acts were a 50's rock-n'-roll medley followed by an awesome Elvis Presley imitation singing and acting stage performance that you never forgot. The last time I talked to Larry he was retired and still performing around the Lubbock, Texas area.

People in the Denver and Colorado Springs area will remember Larry from his performances at The Four Seasons Night Club in Aurora in the early 70's and The Black Stallion Night Club near Ft. Carson in Colorado Springs throughout the 70's. Larry now resides in Lubbock, Texas, birthplace of Buddy Holly, and home to Texas Tech University and their famous "Red Raiders" football team. Go "Raiders"



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