I'll Be Here in the Morning: The Songwriting Legacy of Townes Van Zandt

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Foreword - "Cowboy" Jack Clement xi
  • Foreword - Harold F. Eggers Jr xiii
  • Preface xv
  • Introduction 1
  • Prelude - Vince Bell 5
  • Guy Clark 7
  • Ray Wylie Hubbard 19
  • Peter Rowan 25
  • Rodney Crowell 31
  • Kris Kristofferson 37
  • Verse - Cory Chisel 41
  • Billy Joe Shaver 43
  • Chip Taylor 50
  • Tom Russell 57
  • Graham Leader & Heartworn Highways 62
  • Steve Young 69
  • Verse - Jay Farrar 74
  • Ramblin’ Jack Elliott 76
  • David Olney 82
  • Todd Snider 89
  • Shawn Camp 93
  • Chorus - Ben Nichols 98
  • James McMurtry 102
  • Lucinda Williams 106
  • Lyle Lovett 112
  • John Gorka 117
  • Bridge - Bianca Deleon 122
  • Michael Timmins 124
  • Kelly Joe Phelps 131
  • Steve Turner 135
  • David Broza 139
  • Michael Weston King 146
  • Verse - Jewel 152
  • Dave Alvin 154
  • Josh Ritter 158
  • Scott Avett 162
  • Jim James 166
  • Adam Duritz 171
  • Kasey Chambers 175
  • Chorus - Darden Smith 180
  • Kevin Russell 182
  • Terri Hendrix 187
  • Butch Hancock 193
  • Jack Ingram 198
  • Coda - Grace Potter 205
  • Notes 207
  • Discography 237
  • Index 241
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