Dave, I may have been one of the only fans of his 70s supergroup, The Souther, Hillman, Furay Band, where Souther teamed up with ex-Birds Chris Hillman and ex-Buffalo Springfield/Poco Richie Furay. Bought BOTH albums and still play the first one, Trouble in Paradise, occasionally. Thanks for the heads up, I'll try it.JK, Shockingly, you missed a choice nugget in your music picks. Check out the new acoustic cd by J.D. Souther called “Natural History,” especially “I’ll Be Here at Closing Time” and “Go Ahead and Rain.” It has an intimate, small club feel and I like his voice better now that it’s a little battered and worn. I didn’t really care for him when he was writing hits for others like the Eagles, etc. Dave H.
J.D. Souther at the FTC Theater in Fairfield last June: