Nanci Griffith - Working In Corners [4LP Box Set] | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. I Remember Joe
2. Alabama Soft-Spoken Blues
3. Michael’s Song
4. Song for Remembered Heroes
5. West Texas Sun
6. There’s a Light Beyond These Woods
7. Dollar Matinee
8. Montana Backroads
9. John Phillip Griffith

DISC: 2

1. Marilyn Monroe/Neon and Waltzes
2. Heart of a Miner
3. Julie Anne
4. You Can’t Go Home Again
5. October Reasons
6. Wheels
7. Workin’ In Corners
8. Waltzing with the Angels
9. Trouble with Roses
10. Tonight I Think I’m Gonna Go Downtown
11. Poet In My Window

DISC: 3

1. Ghost In The Music
2. Love Is A Hard Waltz
3. Roseville Fair
4. Mary & Omie
5. Friend Out In The Madness
6. I’m Not Drivin’ These Wheels (Bring The Prose To The Wheel)
7. Ballad Of Robin Winter-Smith
8. Daddy Said
9. Once In A Very Blue Moon
10. If I Were The Woman You Wanted
11. Year Down In New Orleans
12. Spin On A Red Brick Floor

DISC: 4

1. The Last of the True Believers
2. Love at the Five & Dime
3. St. Olav’s Gate
4. More than a Whisper
5. Banks of the Pontchartrain
6. Lookin’ for the Time (Working Girl)
7. Goin’ Gone
8. One of These Days
9. Love’s Found a Shoulder
10. Fly by Night
11. The Wing & the Wheel

More Info:

The Working In Corners boxset includes Nanci Griffith’s first four albums: There’s A Light Beyond These Woods, Poet In My Window, Once In A Very Blue Moon, and GRAMMY nominated The Last of The True Believers. The set includes expansive liner notes by producer Jim Rooney and writer Holly Gleason, along with rare photographs. Her trailblazing career caused Rolling Stone to dub Nanci Griffith as “…one of the most critically acclaimed and beloved veterans of the country-folk-pop scene.”

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