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Published on Jun 7, 2008
Loose Change, title song from Larry Jon Wilson's third Monument release in 1977. Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee and Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
Larry Jon Wilson, a Georgia-born singer/songwriter, cut four LPs in the second half of the 1970s, none of which sold many copies (New Beginnings, Let Me Sing My Song To You, Loose Change, Sojourner). It's hard to understand why, because he's simply great.
Larry Jon Wilson still performs occasionally and cut two great songs for the album "The Country Soul Revue - Testifying", produced by Dan Penn.
Update: The new "unplugged" cd "Larry Jon Wilson" has been released to critical acclaim on 1965 Records in July 2008.
James Endeacott, proprietor of record label 1965: We've just signed a guy who's 70 years old -- Larry John Wilson -- who was mates with Kris Kristofferson in the '70s. He's not made a record in 28 years and he's just made one for us, just him and a guitar recorded in a room overlooking a beach in Florida, and it's heartbreaking.