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The Very First Time

by Lotus Dickey and Friends

Folk, country, gospel, bluesy - soulful and ingenious songs from an Indiana folk legend.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Blue On Monday
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2. What Is Love?
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3. Got You On My Mind
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4. Go Hoe Hard Your Garden
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5. I'm a-Goin' On
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6. Surrender to Me
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7. The Spirit of St. Louis
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8. Got Someone I'm Wild About
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9. David Loved Bathsheba
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10. The Very First Time
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11. Such a Long Time Old Friend
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12. Special Sentiment
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13. Indiana My Home Sweet Home
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14. Hush While the Little Ones Sleep
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Lotus Dickey was very proud of this studio recording of 14 of his original songs, newly mastered for CD in 2005 by Grey Larsen. Produced with spark, pluck and vivid imagination by Bob Lucas, the arrangements flesh out a richness that Lotus had always imagined for his music. Lotus sings lead on all 14 songs and plays guitar and fiddle as well. Among the 20 guest musicians are Bob Lucas, Pete Sutherland, Grey Larsen, Janne Henshaw, Malcolm Dalglish, Willy Schwarz, Mirian Sturm (of the John Mellencamp band), Jeff White and Paul Tyler. The 20-voice "Ten O'Clock Chorus" sings back up on "Indiana, My Home Sweet Home". This recording was made with the financial support of the Indiana Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Lotus Dickey (1911-1989) was a beloved southern Indiana traditional singer, fiddler, and guitarist, and a prolific and gifted songwriter. Lotus’ death came sooner than his friends expected, but Grey Larsen, Nan McEntire and Janne Henshaw (with the help of many others) put together The Lotus Dickey Songbook, which was first published in 1995 by Indiana University Press.

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