John Malcolm Penn | Driftin' River

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Driftin' River

by John Malcolm Penn

Original acoustic roots/Americana songs which conjure up a variety of images, including descriptive homages to both savory and unsavory characters, to historical events, and to love, with a few catchy instrumentals thrown in for good measure.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Driftin' River
3:07 album only
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2. Bessie Brady
3:07 album only
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3. Hewlett's Packard
2:29 album only
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4. Tennessee Girl
3:01 album only
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5. Coffin Eddie
3:35 album only
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6. Thunderstorm
3:16 album only
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7. Silverado
3:43 album only
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8. Hobart Smith
2:29 album only
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9. Old Glory
3:25 album only
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10. Agua Mansa
3:05 album only
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11. Ridin' Easy
3:22 album only
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12. Jennifer's Song
3:46 album only
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13. Song for Jeanie
3:14 album only
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14. I'm Gonna Miss Your Cookies
3:07 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Driftin' River is a collection of originals from California-based singer/songwriter John Malcolm Penn. It cements his reputation as a serious storyteller. John wrote all the songs, played all the instruments, and sang all the vocal parts. His musical real-life stories and tributes are not only entertaining, but thought-provoking as well. In his Southern California heyday, John collaborated with the likes of Guy Clark, Rodney Crowell, Emmylou Harris, and Steve Spurgin. The passage of time has done nothing to dim his reputation as one of the most creative songwriters in the business. Have a listen . . .

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