Mother Earth by Tom Rush

These Days

“Well I’ve been out walkin’

I don’t do that much talkin’ these days

These days

These days I seem to think a lot

About the things that I forgot to do…for you

And all the times I had a chance to”  Jackson Browne

out walking with Mother Earth

Tom Rush is one of my  all time very favorite musicians and holds a place deep within my heart. His early folk career started in Cambridge, Massachusetts at the Club 47 coffee house and he helped usher in the era of the singer/songwriter 50 years ago. Tom Rush would like to stage the Grand Finale for his 50th year on stage with a return to Symphony Hall, Boston, on Friday, December 28th, 2012. Please visit the Kickstarter http://kck.st/Ih5pYH  to find out more. His masterful guitar playing and unique voice are like no other. I hope you enjoy him playing this next song Mother Earth

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About earthstonestation

promoting environmental education, protecting all species and preserving the wild places with art, music and storytelling.
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6 Responses to Mother Earth by Tom Rush

  1. ladyfi says:

    That’s a beautiful tree sculpture.

  2. Leiah says:

    I’m glad to have the opportunity to follow the blogs of local, like minded folk. Love Tom Rush!

  3. mountainmae says:

    Thank you for reminding me about Tom Rush- still has that unique voice I loved. i got a laugh at These Days- sounds like me now, also no regrets..

  4. McEff says:

    Excellent. Tom Rush is new to me, so that’s something I’ve learnt today. I particularly like the Mother Earth song. I’ll keep a look out for him in the future.
    Cheers, Alen.

    • Thanks Alen. His album No Regrets is a great collection of his work over the length of his career – for introduction or retrospect. I’ve been getting back to my roots in music lately of the singer/songwriters that made a difference in my life. Much of this is timeless

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