Arlo Guthrie is an American singer-songwriter, the son of Woody Guthrie.
His fantastic fourth album consisted of some solid rootsy folk-rock, expanding on the sound he had developed on Running Down The Road to incorporate even more diverse musical ideas, all built on a foundation of great songwriting. Session musicians include guitarists John Pilla, Ry Cooder and Clarence White, banjo player Doug Dillard (of The Dillards), bassist Chris Ethridge and drummer Richie Hayward (of Little Feat). Includes Bob Dylan’s then-unreleased “Percy’s Song”, as well as a cover of his father's “Lay Down Little Doggies”. All other songs are originals, and include some of his best.
Running Down The Road (1969) <|> Hobo's Lullaby (1972)
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