Mon. Sep 28th, 2020

Kris Kristofferson by Fans, for Fans

In appreciation of the Silver Tongued Devil

Kris, Jagger, Ghent and Jennings

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Ned Kelly

In 1970, Kris, Waylon, Mick Jagger, and I sang some wonderful songs, written by Shel Silverstein, for the soundtrack of Mick Jagger’s movie “Ned Kelly”…. This is me singing the title track with Mickey Newbury whistling in the background…

Tom Ghent
11. Hey Ned (Tom Ghent) 1970 - Ned Kelly (Soundtrack)

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    Track List from the CD Soundtrack

    Numbering will differ from the indexing used elsewhere, so track 11 on the YouTube channel is track 16 on this soundtrack

    1. “Ned Kelly” – Waylon Jennings
    2. “Such Is Life”
    3. The Wild Colonial Boy” – Mick Jagger
    4. “What Do You Mean I Don’t Like”
    5. “Son of a Scoundrel” – Kris Kristofferson
    6. “Shadow of the Gallows” – Waylon Jennings
    7. “If I Ever Kill”
    8. “Lonigan’s Widow” – Waylon Jennings
    9. “Stoney Cold Ground” – Kris Kristofferson
    10. “Ladies and Gentlemen”
    11. “The Kelly’s Keep Comin'” – Kris Kristofferson
    12. “Ranchin’ in the Evenin'” – Waylon Jennings
    13. “Say”
    14. “Blame It on the Kellys” – Waylon Jennings
    15. “Pleasures of a Sunday Afternoon” – Waylon Jennings
    16. “Hey Ned” – Tom Ghent

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    Tom Ghent

    I started writing because so many people were singing the same songs. You had this thing that happened – the great folk scare of the 60s – and you had all these people … and certain records that got real big real quick …..

    I didn’t wanna be singing the same thing that everyone else was singing so I started writing my own songs and this ridiculous thing happened – other people started singing my songs so I had to keep writing more songs so I wasn’t singing what everyone else was singing.

    Tom Ghent talking about TurnAround

    This is the song that got me out of the basket houses five years before Shel Silverstein brought Kris to hear me in Greenwich Village..

    From one Songwriter ….

    I started writing because so many people were singing the same songs. You had this thing that happened – the great folk scare of the 60s – and you had all these people … and certain records that got real big real quick …..

    I didn’t wanna be singing the same thing that everyone else was singing so I started writing my own songs and this ridiculous thing happened – other people started singing my songs so I had to keep writing more songs so I wasn’t singing what everyone else was singing.

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