some songs and poems from Ed McGeough


in 1996, Ed sent me a poorly recorded tape of early 90s Bob Dylan tracks which he introduced and occasionally sang along with - in between he sang some songs (deliberately imitating Dylan) and said a few words, as was his way... there's a certain amount of background hiss which i don't have the necessary skills to remove without affecting the tone of Ed's voice - and unfortunately the tape runs out half way thru his a cappella version of "Tambourine Man", but it was a song he loved, so it's been included

(left hand click to download and play the mp3s, and right hand click to download and save them)

Innocent Times  (2.5MB)
Railroad Bill  (2MB)
You Can Read It  (800K)
Just Loving You  (4.5MB)
Exultant  (1MB)
Once I Was Lost And Lonely  (800K)
Mr Tambourine Man  (1.5MB)



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