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  1. Steve Goodman. Best Of The Asylum Years Vol 1 CD (Item ) Red Pajama, – Out Of Stock Additionally, all of our records are graded visually; considering the volume of used vinyl we handle, it is impossible for us to listen to each record. If we spot any significant flaws, we make every attempt to listen through them and note.
  2. Steve Goodman - The Best of the Asylum Years, Volume 2 Album Lyrics; 1. Bobby Don't Stop: 2. Danger: 3. Door Number Three: 4. I Can't Sleep: 5. Just Lucky I Guess: 6. Men Who Love Women Who Love Men: 7. My Old Man: 8. This Hotel Room: 9. Video Tape: You Can Turn to Me.
  3. STEVE GOODMAN: Red Pajamas The Best Of The Asylum Years Vol. 1 CD $ The main body of material on this retrospective is drawn from Steve's more commercial era, '76 through '
  4. Sep 04,  · Goodman's manager finally was able to recover the publishing for the Goodman songs on the two Buddah LPs about 10 years ago. What "City" did for Steve financially was give him a continual calling card for concert bookings -- an entree that wouldn't have existed without Arlo Guthrie's hit version in mid
  5. Steve Goodman recorded five albums for Asylum Records between and , and they were all out of print by when his own label, Red Pajamas Records, licensed some of the tracks for The Best of the Asylum Years, Vol. 1. (Subsequently, Red Pajamas licensed the albums themselves.) A second volume was always in the plans, and between the two discs, more than 40 percent of Goodman's Asylum 7/
  6. They admired the craft of each other's songs and Steve Goodman, who was not as prolific as some, often included cover versions on his albums as well as old-time favourites. This collection combines two fine albums that he made for Asylum Records. The albums have aged very well and testify to his strong sense of humour despite the traumas of his.
  7. Jul 23,  · Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Elektra Take It Easy ( Remaster) · Eagles The Very Best of the Eagles ℗ Asylum Records Remastering Engineer: Bernie .
  8. The comments that I made in the Danny O'Keefe post apply here also. Again, Goodman did have some success at the beginning of his career with "City Of New Orleans", a hit for Arlo Guthrie in the late 60's. Also, he had major label support (Asylum Records) that enabled him to record with the best musicians the label could muster.