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Still Cooney After All These Years
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Michael Cooney (born 1943, Carmel, California, United States) is an American folk and blues musician who performed in the 1960s folk revival. He is known for his blues performances as well as for performing at, and organizing, many folk festivals. In 1963, he participated in a "Young Folksinger's Contest" at the Monterey Folk Festival; Barbara Dane was the contest judge and another contest participant was Janis Joplin.

Michael Cooney RECORDINGS. 2. Front Hall Records put all but six of the songs from my two LPs on their label, "Singer of Old Songs" (1975) and "Still Cooney After All These Years" (1979), onto one CD, "Singer of Old Songs". I now own it and have new copies on my own label. 3. My first LP, "The Cheese Stands Alone" (1968) has some good songs for kids.

Michael Brecker played the saxophone on this track. He can also be heard on James Taylor's "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight" and Dan Fogelberg's "Same Old Lang Syne. Karen Carpenter picked this song to cover for her debut solo album, which is uneasy to contemplate, since she died of anorexia nervosa, a then-unknown psychological illness .

Singer: Michael Cooney. Album's title: Still Cooney After All These Years. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Label: Front Hall Records ‎– FHR 016 Type: Vinyl, LP Country: US Date of released: 1979 Category: Folk, World, & Country Style: Folk.

Four in the morning Crapped out Yawning Longing my life away I'll never worry Why should I? It's all gonna fade. Now I sit by my window And I watch the cars I fear I'll do some damage One fine day But I would not be convicted By a jury of my peers Still crazy after all these years Still crazy Still crazy Still crazy after all these years. Thanks to Gillian Hodgden for correcting these lyrics. Writer(s): PAUL SIMON. P. Paul Simon Lyrics. album: "Still Crazy After All These Years" (1975)

It is possible that Still Crazy After All These Years describes an encounter with Paul’s ex-wife, Peggy Harper, who he had divorced the same year that he wrote this track. However, due to the lyrics (and title) Still Crazy After All These YEARS, it seems more probable that the ex-lover mentioned is an old girlfriend who Paul encountered during a time of doubt in his marriage. Still Crazy After All These Years" Track Info. Written By Paul Simon. Recorded At A&R Recording, New York City, New York. Release Date October 25, 1975


A1 Cocaine Rag 2:53
A2 Whoa Back Buck 2:35
A3 The Brisk Young Butcher 2:43
A4 The Mermaid 4:36
A5 Sir Patrick Spens 3:51
A6 Waterbound 2:44
A7 Sloop John B 4:05
A8 "Oops" 0:06
B1 Me And My Shadow 3:34
B2 Poor Cotton Weaver 3:39
B3 Old Reuben 2:36
B4 Cripple Creek 2:14
B5 Deep Elem Blues 3:08
B6 Candy Man 3:01
B7 Spanish Flang-Dang 2:08