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  1. Megal Reply

    At least impressionistically, this is a soundtrack to a documentary about the life of Rodney Crowell, who grew up in East Houston (the same neighborhood as the Ghetto Boys, but 25 years earlier), a rough and rumble neighborhood lying in the shadows of downtown Houston.

  2. Grozahn Reply

    Rodney Crowell - Houston Kid - CD tiphoregcingnehdeporlowaverthocan.co Consider this an album-length sequel to "Ain't Livin' Long Like This," the autobiographical anthem that established Rodney Crowell at the songwriting vanguard of mid-'70s Nashville/5(90).

  3. Merr Reply

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Houston Kid on Discogs.

  4. Moshakar Reply

    rows · Crowell was born in Houston, Texas to James Walter Crowell and Addie Cauzette .

  5. Arasida Reply

    Oh, I wish it would rain So I've squandered my resistance Taking any kind of drug Oh I'd smoke or shoot or eat it, I'd drink it from a jug And I offer no excuses for your sympathies to gain Oh oh, I wish it would rain Everybody knows me as the kid I've made it seven years and still I don't know how I did I come from a long line of live and love.

  6. Kazicage Reply

    After being tossed off by the major labels, it took a big-time indie like Sugar Hill -- a label founded to showcase bluegrass artists (but also home to many fine singer/songwriters including Crowell's running mate and inspiration Guy Clark) -- to release The Houston Kid. The album comes off as a song cycle; first, in "Telephone Road," the atmosphere is painted onto a backdrop/5(65).

  7. Dura Reply

    This is from "The Houston Kid." It is a brilliant song from a brilliant record that Rodney wrote about his childhood and the childhoods of his best friends growing up.

  8. Taumi Reply

    Feb 13,  · THE HOUSTON KID is this and much more -- from Cajun-inflected confessions to rockabilly rave ups, the man knows what to put in and what to leave out. I was at first reminded of John Prine, but Rodney Crowell has earned respect for having his own voice, and for making the sights, sounds and debris of Houston his creative world/5(89).

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