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Having this avialble in digial format is incredible. Geronimo's Caddilac disappeard from availability about the time the Michael Murphey became known as Michael Martin Murphey. Micheal Murphey was seen by the A/R folks as the best of the Austin up and comers. Best songs, best musicianship and, despite the harshness of tone in Geronimo, the best singer. Geronimo's Cadillac carries a spiritual authenticity that reflected some of the highest hopes of its day. The title track is the well known classic, but there's much more to this release. Murphey moves seemlessly between country ballads (Calico Silver, Boy from the Country) to gospel revival (Harbor for my Soul, Lights of the City, Waking Up). He has soft and lovely songs (Rainbow Man), moderately uptempo songs (Natchez Trace, Backslinders Wine, What Am I Doing Hanging Round) and something a bit more racous (Crack Up in Las Cruces). For my money this is one of the most outstanding records I ever owned. It defined the sound that came out of Austin in the early 70s...whether you called it Progressive Country, Country Rock, Texas Music or whatever. I don't think you can go wrong with this one!


Nacido/a: Dallas, TX, 14 de marzo de 1945

Género: Country

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

In many ways, Michael Martin Murphey has the career that Michael Nesmith of the Monkees — with whom Murphey performed early in both of their careers — might have had if he had never been picked for the NBC series. A guitarist/songwriter, Murphey led the country-rock group the Lewis & Clarke Expedition in the mid- to late '60s and had some pop success, and even got one song, "What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round?," recorded by the Monkees (with Nesmith singing lead, natch). His songs were...
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