The Way to A Ways to Go

Light a candle for the world war torn

“The Way,” Billy Crockett
Way Down in the Hole,” Tom Waits
Way Down Now,” World Party

The Way I Was Made,” Griffin House
The Way of Love,” Charlie Peacock
The Way of Men,” Mark Heard
“The Way We Make a Broken Heart,” John Hiatt
The Way You Look Tonight,” Ella Fitzgerald
The Way You Look Tonight,” Frank Sinatra
The Way You Look Tonight,” Fred Astaire
The Way You Make Me Feel,” Michael Jackson
“The Way Young Lovers Do,” Maria McKee
Wayfaring Stranger,” Emmylou Harris
Wayfaring Stranger,” Eva Cassidy
Wayfaring Stranger,” Johnny Cash
The Ways of a Woman in Love,” Johnny Cash
Ways to Be Wicked,” Lone Justice
A Ways to Go,” Emmylou Harris

There are some terrific vocal contrasts in this list. Maria and Emmylou. Ella, Frank and Fred Astaire. Young Johnny and Old Johnny. Tom Waits and everyone else. …

Billy Crockett was a CCM singer-songwriter who played a concert at my college freshman year. I helped set up for the concert and got him to record some promos for the campus radio station. He was a really, really nice guy, so I bought his album. It’s not bad, but I kind of always wanted to like it more than I did because I liked him as a person more than I wound up liking his album. I have quite a few albums and books for which this is true.

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