Gordon Lightfoot – Carefree Highway


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An evening pause: Performed live in Reno in 2000. It is amazing to compare this older Lightfoot with Lightfoot performing in 1974. He is as good, but he looks like a different man.

Hat tip Danae.

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3 comments

  • “Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald” is probably his best song, and one that will probably be around for the ages.

  • Cotour

    While the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald is quite an epic song, this IMO is his finest and perhaps my number one favorite song.

    Beautiful: https://youtu.be/xNleC6-9jyI

    Its short, its sweet and it is beautiful.

  • Phill O

    Early Morning Rain probably gives us the best picture of why there is such a difference in appearance. Same thing for Cliff Thorburn on the snooker tour.

    Phill O

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