JACK TEMPCHIN – ‘ONE MORE SONG’
Hi, This is Jack.
I’m really excited to be announcing the release of my new album out now on Blue Elan Records.
I went back to my roots with very simple musical arrangements of my strongest songs, going back to my coffee house days of the 60’s. We are giving away a version of the title track, which is called “One More Song”. It starts off by saying “I was in a sleazy bar in San Diego”, which of course, I was… It was recorded several times over the years, but never by me. This is the first time I have made a record of it. My friend Jackson Browne liked the song and there is a version on the internet of him and Linda Ronstadt singing it together live with the stellar line up of David Lindley on violin, Andrew Gold on guitar, and Kenny Edwards on bass at Clark University in Worcester, MA on March 13, 1974.
The wonderful Kate Wolf recorded it on her “An Evening In Austin” DVD, which was done live at Austin City Limits in November of 1985. By the the time you read this, I’ll have made my debut playing this song live in front of thousands at the 21st Annual Kate Wolf Music Festival in Northern California in her honor. Also, Randy Meisner, a member of the Eagles, recorded and named his 1980 solo album “One More Song”. I love the way he did it.
For a complimentary version of the song from Blue Élan Records, just click the link below, where you will be taken to a site to enter your email address. That’s right. You can get the song for free right now just by clicking over and putting your email there.
Pretty cool…Thanks people!
JACK TEMPCHIN ‘ONE MORE SONG’
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Famed songwriter Jack Tempchin is known for penning some of the most durable tunes in American music for a variety of artists that includes the Eagles, George Jones, Glenn Frey, Randy Meisner, Glen Campbell, Emmylou Harris, Trisha Yearwood and many others.
He’s also co-written with a who’s who of American roots, rock and R&B composers that embraces Tom Waits, J.D. Souther, Bobby Whitlock, Jim Lauderdale and Beth Nielsen Chapman.