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"I love this song by Nina Jo Smith! I lived every image that is so beautifully nested in it. I even met Janis once at the Tiffany Theatre on the Sunset Strip. Drove the canyons and the Glen innumerable times, lived in Venice in '66 and would run intoTim Buckley on the bus to Santa Monica or Westwood. In the 70's I lived within sight of the H'wood Bowl. In '82 I headed North. Thank you Nina Jo and Penny for this classic!
-- Corey Fischer (Amazon Review)
On New Year's Eve 1979 my brother was murdered. For a long time I couldn't even listen to music. Instead I devoted myself to martial arts, teaching self-defense and other anti-violence activism.
Twenty years later I picked up my guitar again and found I could still play and people wanted to listen. I've been picking and singing and loving and learning ever since.
"Nina Jo Smith has written and recorded a seminal folk classic in 'Hey Songwriter'."
"This is what every songwriter feels when the song comes out of nowhere. Sure, we’re none of us 'Dylan, Taylor & Prine', but we’re fishing in the same stream, just downstream a bit. Produced by Martin Young, with Alan Thornhill on backup vocals, you’ll get goose pimples if you’ve ever wondered where some songs come from."