Affordable Art. By: Steve Goodman (1983, Rock). More albums from Steve Goodman: Steve Goodman by Steve Goodman. Artistic Hair by Steve Goodman. Unfinished Business by Steve Goodman. Say It In Private by Steve Goodman. Somebody Else’s Troubles by Steve Goodman. Hot Spot by Steve Goodman. Words We Can Dance To by Steve Goodman. View all albums . Affordable Art. 1. If Jethro Were Here.
Steve Goodman – Affordable Art. Label: Red Pajama Records – RPJC-002. Released 1983 on Steve Goodman's own label, Red Pajamas Records. Talk Backwards," originally appeared on Goodman's 1980 album "Hot Spot.
Audio CD, May 11, 1989. However, Steve seems to give it meaning and substance on this album. Simply put, he wrote it, and he knows exactly how to make it work. God bless the late Steve Goodman. 19 people found this helpful.
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Steven Benjamin Goodman (July 25, 1948 – September 20, 1984) was an American folk music singer-songwriter from Chicago. He wrote the song "City of New Orleans," which was recorded by Arlo Guthrie and many others including Joan Baez, John Denver, The Highwaymen, and Judy Collins; in 1985, it received a Grammy award for best country song, as performed by Willie Nelson.
Goodman’s perspicacious songwriting, which he injected with a deft sense of humor and keen observations about the human condition, will be celebrated with the upcoming reissue of two LPs originally recorded for his own groundbreaking indie label, Red Pajamas. City of New Orleans, a quintessential train song recorded for his 1971 debut album, became a Top 20 pop hit the following year for Arlo Guthrie. When Willie Nelson rode his version to the top of the country chart in 1984, it earned the songwriter a posthumous Grammy for Best Country Song. Steve Goodman succumbed to leukemia at just 36 years old, just prior to the 1984 release of Affordable Art.
5. How Much Tequila (Did I Drink Last Night?) Steve Goodman. 6. When My Rowboat Comes In. Steve Goodman.