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He is "the lapsed Buddhist son of a Pentecostal, tongue-speaking mother" who often has to explain to his own children that his railings against the far right are not meant as a dismissal of "the beauty of the teachings of Jesus Christ. You bet I'm afraid of that It was my faith that actually led me to coming out. His drummer reminds me of Don Rich, who used to sing background vocals for Buck Owens. The storyteller admits he is just trying to enjoy a few cocktails and unwind. Some of them even say things contrary to advocacy and equality.


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You can be as gifted and talented as the day is long, but if you don't have the craft to organize it, you can't write. I know people believe in a lot of different things. Maybe a gay person having a huge hit that resonates with a very broad audience? I love his band, and I love his drummer especially. It's a blessing and a privilege to be an artist, and I want to stay in that vein. Released August 16 on Sony Nashville, it finds Crowell continuing to rail against the powers that be. The disc, reissued this month on Sony Legacy, included the chart-topping title track as well as four other 1 Crowell-penned hits.


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Give to me my Aspen winter Sorry 'bout the World Trade Center I can't help the ones in need I got my own mouth to feed Give to me my Playboy Channel Some killer weed and sheets of flannel Lay me down upon my bed With pleasant dreams to fill my head -- "The Obscenity Prayer Give It To Me " To casual fans acquainted with Crowell from his run as a late-'80s chart presence, the sarcastic sentiments above might come as a surprise. I look at what her platform is, and she really comes by it honestly. Through the Lens by Amos Perrine on November 1, She advocates marijuana and gays. And though some of the songs on The Houston Kid deal with dark subject matter and memories of a turbulent childhood, Crowell never doubted that it was the right record to make. Article Rodney Crowell - Preachin' to the choirs.


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