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Letters In the Dirt

Chuck Brodsky

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Letters in The Dirt

How come the whole world isn't raving about the amazing song writing and performing talent of Chuck Brodsky? If Dylan invented and taught the world how to craft a narrative ballad, Chuck Brodsky learnt the lesson and took it to the next level with subtle invective support by wry wit. Lyrics in any genre have always 'caught my ear', in the three albums I own, by Chuck every single track has enchanted from the first hearing. Like some one who gets a taste for ice cream i am rationing myself to take the back catalogue slowly to fully enjoy a monumental talent. As you may gather... i like this guy's work

Amazing

"bill & Annie", "until you can forgive" and "missing each others cues" are, for me, the stand out songs on this album. Each song has a wonderful narrative and fantastic little internal rhymes.
Chuck Brodsky should be a lot more famous.
Better than Bob Dylan!

Biography

Born: 20 May 1960

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

With songs like "Blow 'Em Away," "No More Mr. Nice Guy" and "Talk to My Lawyer," Chuck Brodsky initially attracted attention for his biting sarcasm. But, as his albums demonstrate, Brodsky is equally skilled at storytelling with such modern ballads as "The Hands of Victor Jara," "Bill and Annie" and "Long Story Short." In addition, Brodsky has written several baseball-related tunes that have been included in the archives of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. These include...
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