Channeling David Bromberg here with a staple from his live shows: "I Like To Sleep Late in the Morning."
From The Allman Brothers album "Eat A Peach."
The old Highway 61 used to run right down from the U.S. - Canada border in Northeast Minnesota, down the Mississippi River through the Delta regions to New Orleans. In his memoir, "Chronicles: Volume One," Dylan describes it as the main thoroughfare of country blues.
"I Will Turn Your Money Green," by Furry Lewis.
Here's a Neil Young cover, song about procrastination, which I've been working on lately during the pandemic as an exercise in keeping busy. There's a lot more going on in the lyrics though, message-wise. I changed one phrase in the last verse, a geographic marker, making it more pertinent to my journey. I didn't think Neil would mind.
"Blackjack Maisie," an original song of mine, performing here with Hope Machine and friends at their annual hootenanny, 2015.
Finger pickin' a Hank Williams favorite.