A Sampling of Original Songs

Bagdad Blues
An original tune from Larry and Leslie's first CD together, That's Life , this is what happens when you get stuck in an airport during a war.
Coulda' Been
A bluesy Larry and Leslie new original about "the human kind."
Don't Want To Look Behind Me
A Larry and Leslie new original, on moving forward in life and love.
Everything You Do
A Larry and Leslie new original. Everything you do's been done before.
Frenchman's Bay
A Larry original, on sailing on a four masted day schooner in Frenchman's Bay, Bar Harbor, Maine.
If I Could Go To Mars
I'd leave behind the bars and the car and all the loose change in my pickle jars, if you would go with me sweet lady...
I'll Be With You Soon
Another Larry and Leslie new original, a soft country-style tune.
Lately Every Love Song
A Larry original, on Love.
Mr. Baseball
Another original tune from Larry and Leslie's first CD together, That's Life , and a bit of an internet hit. It seems Mr. Rose just can't catch a break.
The First Snow of October
A Larry and Leslie new original, written last year in Santa Fe. Mainers like it cold, but Snow in October is a little much.
Tuna Fish On Rye
A Larry and Leslie new original, on life and death in war.

A Sampling of Cover Songs

All My Exes Live In Texas
A tune George Strait made famous, with a touch of country swing, but from a distinctly lady's perspective.
A Steven Fromholz tune, most recently recorded by Lyle Lovett. Some folks say that Bears they go 'round smellin' bad, but you gotta love 'em regardless.
Caleb Meyer
Gillian Welch's powerful song of redemption.
California Dreamin'
The Moma's and The Papa's. Loud and fast, great sing along stuff. A little reverb doesn't hurt either.
Hang Down Your Head
A tune from that wonderful songwriter Tom Waits.
I'll Be
Edwin McCain's solid pop crowdpleaser, nice harmonies.
Midnight At The Oasis
Maria Mulduar's great pop hit, complete with harems and camels.
Mustang Sally
Otis Redding's great rocker with a Leslie and Larry twist.
Pretty Saro
A traditional Appalachian tune.
Route 66
Bobby Troup's great song, from Chicago to LA!
Something To Talk About
Bonnie Raitt's tune, Leslie's lead, sung from the heart.
Somewhere Over The Rainbow
The great Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg classic.
The Chair
A Hank Cochran/Dean Dillion tune recorded by George Strait, essentially about a pickup line.
The Cowboy Rides Away
Casey Kelly's song about lost love, and a hit recording by George Strait.
Joni Mitchell's strange, jazzy, and twisted little tune.
White Rabbit
A bit of a change of pace, made famous by Grace Slick and Jefferson Airplane.
You Can Close Your Eyes
James Taylor's soft harmonies, and great chords.
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