Paul Siebel is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist, born on September 19, 1937 in Buffalo, NY. He is best known for other artists' cover versions of his songs, most notably "Louise". Other notable Siebel songs include "Spanish Johnny," Long Afternoons," "Any Day Woman," "Nashville Again," "She Made Me Lose My Blues," and "Then Came the Children".
After serving in the military, Siebel began playing folk clubs, eventually moving to Greenwich Village, where he found support in the coffeehouse circuit.
In 1969, a collection of songs he made with David Bromberg caught the attention of Elektra Records. Two classic albums followed: Woodsmoke and Oranges (1970) and Jack-Knife Gypsy (1971). The two albums made him a musician's musician. The songs were covered by, among others, David Bromberg, Willy DeVille, Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt, Jerry Jeff Walker, Kate Wolf, Mary McCaslin, Emmylou Harris, WaylonЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Woodsmoke and Oranges [1970, альбом]
- Jack-Knife Gypsy [1971, альбом]
- Woodsmoke And Oranges / Jack-Knife Gypsy [2004, сборник]
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