I wandered again
To my home in the mountains
Where in youth’s early dawn
I was happy and free.
I look for my friends,
But I never could find ’em.
I found they were all
Rank strangers to me.
Albert E. Brumley
“Rank Strangers To Me” is a song written/arranged by Albert E. Brumley.
||Albert Edward Brumley
||October 29, 1905
near Spiro, Oklahoma, United States
||November 15, 1977 (aged 72)
Powell, Missouri, United States
Albert Edward Brumley (1905–1977) was an American shape note gospel music composer and publisher.
“I’ll Fly Away,” “Turn Your Radio On,” “If We Never Meet Again (This Side of Heaven),” “I’ll Meet You In The Morning,”, “He Set Me Free” & “Rank Strangers To Me” are among a host of favorites written by Albert E. Brumley. He wrote over 800 songs. He established the Albert E. Brumley Sundown to Sunup Gospel Sing (now Albert E. Brumley Gospel Sing) in 1969 in Springdale, Arkansas. Brumley has been inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Gospel Music Hall of Fame, and Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.
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- Simple Twist Of Fate added – 02.07.2014
Burg Clam (Clam Castle)
June 29, 2014
- Bob Dylan – vocal, piano, harp
- Tony Garnier – bass
- George Recile – drums
- Stu Kimball – rhythm guitar
- Charlie Sexton on lead guitar
- Donnie Herron – banjo, viola, violin, electric mandolin, pedal steel, lap steel
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A very good 88-concert and the sound on the circulating soundboard tape is incredible.
It is concert #15 of the Never Ending Tour & this tour is “labeled” the Interstate 88 Tour, part 1.
Jones Beach Theater
Jones Beach State Park
Wantagh, New York
30 June 1988
Wantagh, New York
Wantagh (pronounced /WAHN-taw/) is a hamlet and census-designated place (an unincorporated section of the town of Hempstead) in Nassau County on Long Island, New York, United States. The population of Wantagh was 18,871 at the time of the 2010 census.
Wantagh is known as “The Gateway to Jones Beach“.
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Sound 80 Studio
30 December 1974
6th and last Blood On The Tracks recording session, produced by Bob Dylan.
- Bob Dylan (vocal, guitar & harmonica)
- Kevin Odegard (guitar)
- Peter Ostroushko (mandolin)
- Billy Peterson (bass)
- Gregg Inhofer (keyboards)
- Bill Berg (drums)
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I love you pretty baby
You’re the only love I’ve ever known
Just as long as you stay with me
The whole world is my throne
Beyond here lies nothin’
Nothin’ we can call our own
Den Fynske Landsby
27 June 2011
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