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Michael Mc Ginnis | I Love the Road

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I Love the Road

by Michael Mc Ginnis

Autobiographical Road Songs to get you from here to there and back. Maybe.
Genre: Country: Country Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I love the Road
3:37 album only
2. Hobo\'s Holiday
3:01 album only
3. Rocky Mountain Mama
3:40 album only
4. Nancy\'s Kitchen
3:01 album only
5. High Ridge Rider
2:44 album only
6. Morning Over Memphis
3:05 album only
7. I Miss You
3:56 album only
8. In Your Lovin\' Arms Again
2:54 album only
9. Denver in the Rain
3:37 album only
10. Utah Moon - 2nd. Edition
3:05 album only
11. New Mexico Morning
3:29 album only
12. Rodeo Gypsies - quartet
4:27 album only
13. Back Home
3:20 album only


Album Notes
In 1963 I failed a French class at DePauw University, and my father told me that if I wanted to go back to school in the fall, I had better get a job, because he wasn’t going to pay for me to fail.
I narrowed down my worldly possessions to one suitcase and a guitar, and went on the road to become a “humdinger” folk singer.
Actually and metaphorically I have been on the road ever since.

Next to playing my music live for an appreciative audience, there is nothing I would rather do than drive through the west (particularly) with the music up and the windows down, just lookin’ at stuff.
Truth is that 90% of my entire song catalog has been written in the car, on a plane, or a bus goin’ somewhere, but I’ve narrowed this album down to particular songs that are about travelin’ or wantin’ to be trvelin’.
I do so hope that you enjoy them. They are, in my mind, to be listened to while driving. Hopefully, on a wide open road in the wide open spaces, “going over yonder, just to see what’s up around the bend.”!
Michael Mc Ginnis



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