John Reedy | Twisted Vignettes Limited Edition Set

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Twisted Vignettes Limited Edition Set

by John Reedy

John's Western-Americana music and poetry offers a glimpse into the mind of a romantic wrestling with reality-a dreamer refusing to accept convention-while still just trying to get along.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I'm Looking Out for You
3:03 album only
2. Buckaroo Girl
3:06 album only
3. I Can't Hold Myself In Line
2:32 album only
4. Soul of the Montana Girl
4:12 album only
5. Midnight and Lonesome
3:07 album only
6. All This Way for the Short Ride
3:04 album only
7. Aspen and Alpenglow
3:46 album only
8. That Buckin' Song
1:51 album only
9. She Loves to Ride Horses
2:48 album only
10. Sunday Morning Blues
3:43 album only
11. Combover Blues
2:25 album only
12. Environmental Muscle Truck
3:33 album only


Album Notes
This is a special LIMITED EDITION SET which includes the CD "Twisted Vignettes" AND a companion book of original poetry and photography by the same name.

If you would like to buy the CD alone, it is availble on CDBaby for $13.00. Just visit the other Twisted Vignettes page. But if you're iambically inclined, give the poetry a try.


(an excerpt from "Fire Season", a poem from Twisted Vignettes: Poems & Photographs by John Reedy)

July's scalding wind scattering black confetti.
A smoke squall, a column eclipsing the Divide
Torching spruce, spotting outside fire lines.
Sparks in the canopy, igniting drought-dried trees...


John has worked as a cowboy, sheepman, opera singer, radio DJ, photographer, music writer, hotel clerk, actor, food delivery driver, construction worker, office temp, newspaper boy, house painter and music producer (and that is just the highlight reel). Eclectic Renaissance man? Incurable romantic? Unfocused malcontent? The jury is still out...

His music, poetry and photography offer a glimpse into the mind of a romantic wrestling with reality – a dreamer refusing to accept convention – while still trying to just get along.

He currently lives on a ranch near Helena, Montana with his wife, two kids, two dogs, four horses, two trucks and too many guitars.



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