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Never Too Late

by Jim Eagan

Authentic fingerpicking style and vocal arrangements of Folk and Folk-Blues Standards as well as originals.
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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1. Trouble in Mind
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2. Tennessee Blues
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3. Mercy
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4. Speed of the Sound of Loneliness
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5. Over Yonder
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6. One Kind Favor
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7. Love at the Five and Dime
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8. Believe What You Want
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9. Fort Worth Blues
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10. Ain't Waitin
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11. Ain't in No Hurry
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12. If I Needed You
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13. Step Inside This House
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14. Dublin Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
 “Country Standard Time” interview with Jorma Kaukonen who made the Jim's "Aint in no hurry" the title track of his latest album::

Like most of Kaukonen's solo works, the new album is a wonderful mix of well-chosen covers and perfectly conceived originals. Jim Eagan's contemporarily written "Ain't In No Hurry," inspired Kaukonen enough to make it his un-ironic title track.
"Jim's a really nice guy, and he was one of our students at the Ranch a couple of years ago; he's not as old as me, but he's not a kid," says Kaukonen. "Our Ranch thing goes from Friday morning to Monday morning, and on Sunday afternoon, we have an open mic, and everybody gets to play a song. Jim played that song, and my wife, Vanessa, went, 'That's a great song. You've got to do that song.' And I went, 'You're right.' We talked to him about it, and he sent the lyrics and a recording, and when we got into it, I said, 'This is a great title for where I am in my life today.' On the one hand, you are in a hurry to get things done because time is finite, but there are a lot of things you're not in a hurry to get done. And I just really like the song."

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