NEM#112: Radney Foster Finds His Voice

NEM#112: Radney Foster Finds His Voice

By Mark Linsenmayer, Wes Alwan, Seth Paskin, Dylan Casey

The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast

Friday, 20 December

Radney started as a Nashville songwriter and performed in the 80s with Foster & Lloyd. has released about a dozen albums since '91 that increasingly break away from country music standards into something more personal.

We discuss two recordings from For You to See the Stars (2017) that have accompanying short stories (written when he literally lost his voice): "Sycamore Creek" and "Raining on Sunday," plus "Nobody Wins" from Del Rio , TX 1959 (1992). End song: "Godspeed (Dulce Sueños)." Intro: "Crazy Over You" by Foster & Lloyd from their eponymous album (1987).

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