7 Responses to An Introduction to my Past – Heartworn Highways

  1. CG says:

    Great review. Looking forward to the next one. Good job Brazzman!

  2. Missy says:

    I was lucky enough to get to see bits and pieces of this documentary thanks to Brazzman. It also took me back to a simpler and much more fun loving & relaxed life. I was lucky to grow up in the same musical family as Brazzman and lucky for us the love of music has been passed down from generation to generation. I can tell you that I loved seeing a young Steve Earl, David Alan Coe & Rodney Crowell. But most of all there was something about the scene with Uncle Seymour and Townes that put a lump in my throat and a tear in my eye. Thanks for sharing this with Shaye & I. We loved it.

    • gracey says:

      I’ve seen it over and over and still get weepy over Uncle Seymour. He never knew how many ‘nieces and nephews’ he influenced, huh?
      Thanks for posting, Missy. (and for ‘getting’ it)

  3. gracey says:

    I’ve loved Heartworn Highways for years. It’s so nice to see it with another musician who appreciates it as much as I do. Thanks for the great review, Brazz.

  4. ghosttomost76 says:

    Saw the doc in 00. Steeped in all them boys. Thanks and all them boys. Hwh foevea…,

  5. PJVance says:

    I too grew up in the same musical family as brazzman. Love my musical roots and I’m happy to see that you have stayed true to those same roots. You have an open mind where music is concerned and it’s refreshing to read your reviews. Keep up the good work.

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