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Boots No. 2: The Lost Songs, Vol. 2

Gillian Welch

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1.1
Wouldn't Be So Bad
Gillian Welch
2:48
1.2
Didn't I
Gillian Welch
2:58
1.3
Good Baby
Gillian Welch
1:59
1.4
Hundred Miles
Gillian Welch
3:08
1.5
Rambling Blade
Gillian Welch
2:45
1.6
I Only Cry When You Go
Gillian Welch
3:06
1.7
Lonesome Just Like You
Gillian Welch
1:38
1.8
You Only Have Your Soul
Gillian Welch
2:10
1.9
Picasso
Gillian Welch
3:41
1.10
Beautiful Boy
Gillian Welch
3:31
1.11
Happy Mother's Day
Gillian Welch
1:53
1.12
Papa Writes to Johnny
Gillian Welch
3:49
1.13
Fair September
Gillian Welch
3:21
1.14
Wella Hella
Gillian Welch
2:18
1.15
I Just Want You To Know
Gillian Welch
2:45
Total Playing Time    41:50
Unearthed from a cache of home demos and reel-to-reel recordings, Boots No. 2: The Lost Songs is the second release of archival music from the vault of Gillian Welch and David Rawlings. This remarkable 48 song collection, spread over three volumes, was recorded between the making of Time (The Revelator) and Soul Journey. It is an intimate glimpse at the artist’s sketchbook, containing some lifelong themes as well as some flights of fancy.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Acony Records Studio Masters

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