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Michael Martin Murphey

In many ways, Michael Martin Murphey has the career that Michael Nesmith of the Monkees -- with whom Murphey performed early in both of their careers -- might have had if he had never been picked for the NBC series. A guitarist/songwriter, Murphey led the country-rock group the Lewis & Clarke Expedition in the mid- to late '60s and had some pop success, and even got one song, "What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round?," recorded by the Monkees (with Nesmith singing lead, natch). His songs were cut by the likes of Flatt & Scruggs, Kenny Rogers, Roger Miller, and Bobbie Gentry, and he eventually began recording for A&M Records, and later for Epic Records, where he enjoyed a huge pop hit in the 1970s with "Wildfire." For a time he was known as the Cosmic Cowboy after one of his early songs. Murphey moved to Liberty Records in the early '80s and later jumped to Warner Bros., where his interest in cowboy and Native American subjects led to the foundation of the Warner Western imprint, a subsidiary label devoted to cowboy music and poetry.

Murphey was born in Dallas, TX, and quickly took to playing the ukulele. He had a special love for cowboy stories and songs and also read avidly as a boy -- especially the work of Mark Twain and William Faulkner -- and was writing poetry before he was in his teens. He began performing as an amateur while in junior high school and within a few years was playing the clubs around Dallas in the early '60s, combining country, folk, and rock music. Somehow, despite the inherently conservative nature of all of those audiences, Murphey made it work, and he formed a band with a decent following in the area around Dallas. He studied poetry and writing at the University of California, and soon after arriving in the Golden State he was signed up as a songwriter with Sparrow Music. By 1964, he was a popular figure in the folk clubs around Los Angeles and had formed up with three likeminded musicians, Nesmith, John London, and John Raines, under the name the Trinity River Boys, who recorded one never-to-be-released album before disbanding.

In 1967, Murphey formed the Lewis & Clarke Expedition with Owen Castleman (aka Boomer Clarke). This group recorded one self-titled album for the Colgems label -- not coincidentally, the label for which the Monkees, of whom Nesmith was a member, recorded -- and got a moderate hit out of the single "I Feel Good (I Feel Bad)." It was around this time that the Monkees recorded Murphey's "What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round?"

Murphey left Los Angeles in 1968 to take up residence in the San Gabriel Mountains, where his songwriting blossomed anew. He was signed to Screen Gems (the publishing arm of Columbia Pictures, which also owned Colgems) as a songwriter, and with the exposure that he received from this association, wrote songs recorded by Flatt & Scruggs and Bobbie Gentry. It was Kenny Rogers who gave Murphey his best showcase as a songwriter, however, by cutting an entire album, The Ballad of Calico, comprised of songs Murphey had written about a Mojave Desert ghost town.

Back in Texas, in the Austin area, during the early '70s, he resumed his singer/songwriter career and fell in with Jerry Jeff Walker, Willie Nelson, and B.W. Stevenson. He also put together a new band that specialized in country-rock and folk-rock. In 1971, he was signed to his first solo recording contract on A&M Records, and his first album, Geronimo's Cadillac (1972), yielded a modest hit in the title song, which was covered by several other artists, including Hoyt Axton, and also taken up as an anthem by Native American civil rights activists. A second album, Cosmic Cowboy Souvenir, was well received critically and also a modest hit in the Austin area.

In 1974, Murphey moved to Epic Records, a division of Columbia, and recorded the first of six albums, Michael Murphey, that same year. It was his second album, Blue Sky - Night Thunder, recorded in 1975, however, that marked Murphey's commercial breakthrough. He had first heard the story about a ghost horse rescuing people on the desert when he was a boy, from his grandfather, and Murphey dreamed of something similar one night as an adult and set it down to music and words in half an hour that same evening. The resulting song, "Wildfire," got to number three on the pop charts in 1975 and became Murphey's first gold record. Another song off of the same album, "Carolina in the Pines," also made the Top 30.

He saw more success with Swans Against the Sun -- which included his first country chart hit, "A Mansion on the Hill" and "Flowing Free Forever," both in 1976. "Cherokee Fiddle" off of that album was a modestly successful single for Murphey, but six years later Johnny Lee brought it into the Top Ten and into the movie Urban Cowboy. Up until 1981, he'd been known as Michael Murphey, but that year he began making a series of film acting appearances, starting with Gus Trikonis' Take This Job and Shove It, and began using his middle name in films and on albums, as a way of distinguishing himself from the actor Michael Murphy (Manhattan).

In 1982, Murphey signed a recording contract with Liberty Records, which yielded two original albums, Michael Martin Murphey and The Heart Never Lies, as well as a best-of -- made up of superb re-recordings of his A&M and Epic hits as well as his original Liberty hits "Still Taking Chances," "Love Affairs," "Don't Count the Rainy Days," "Will It Be Love," and "Radio Land," the latter a sort of country-flavored equivalent to "American Pie." By that time he'd been voted Best New Male Vocalist of the year 1983 by the American Country Music Association. Additionally, his re-recording of "Carolina in the Pines" rose to the country Top Ten in 1985, outperforming the original Epic version.

In 1985, Murphey moved to Warner Bros. Records, making his debut on the label with Tonight We Ride. A year later he got to the country Top Five with "A Face in the Crowd," recorded with Holly Dunn, and then reached the number one spot with "A Long Line of Love." Murphey's singles chart success slackened off after 1989 with "Never Givin' Up on Love," which had been used in the Clint Eastwood film Pink Cadillac that same year.

It was after this that Murphey returned to one of the first loves of his life, cowboy music. In 1990, he cut an album, Cowboy Songs, made up of traditional and well-known popular songs from the genre, including "The Yellow Rose of Texas" and "Tumbling Tumbleweeds." That record uncovered a niche waiting to be filled, selling several times more than any of Murphey's other Warner Bros. releases. That success, in turn, led the label to establish its Warner Western imprint, which, in addition to Murphey (who also produces a lot of the work), has also recorded the harmony group the Sons of the San Joachin, veteran singing cowboy Herb Jeffries, and poet Waddie Mitchell.

Murphey has since recorded a number of additional albums featuring Western songs. Cowboy Songs III (1993) features a duet with the late Marty Robbins, no doubt inspired by the success of Natalie Cole's "Unforgettable" duet with her own father -- using a voice track recorded by Robbins in 1960 -- on the song "Big Iron." In 1996, Murphey released a live album on which he is backed by a full orchestra. He has also organized a series of annual celebrations of the American West, called West Fest, which he stages in various Western states. Cowboy Songs 4 appeared in 1998 and several collections followed. In summer 2002, his storytelling continued on Cowboy Classics: Playing Favorites II. Buckaroo Blue Grass appeared in 2009 from Rural Rhythm Records, followed by Cowboy Classics: Old West Cowboy Collection later that same year. Lone Cowboy, a solo live set recorded at the Western Jubilee Warehouse in Colorado Springs, appeared early in 2010. ~ Bruce Eder
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Selected Discography


Track List: Flowing Free Forever

1. Flowing Free Forever

2. A North Wind And A New Moon

3. Cherokee Fiddle

4. See How All The Horses Come Dancing

5. Yellow House

6. Changing Woman

7. High Country Caravan

8. Running Wide Open

9. Our Lady Of Sante Fe

10. The Wandering Minstrel


Track List: Red River Drifter

1. Peaceful Country

2. Under A Rolling Sky

3. Secret Smile

4. Faded Blue

5. Shake It Off

6. Head Scrabble Creek

7. Mountain Storm

8. The Gathering

9. New Old Love

10. Unfinished Symphony


Track List: Campfire On The Road

1. Intro

2. Campfire On The Road

3. Boy From The Country

4. Lost River

5. Crystal

6. Texas Morning

7. West Texas Highway

8. Spanish Is The Loving Tongue (Border Affair)

9. Old Chisholm Trail

10. Geronimo's Cadillac

11. Red River Valley / Campfire Reprise


Track List: Lone Cowboy

1. Lone Cowboy / Carolina In The Pines

2. Partner To The Wind / Cool Water

3. Little Joe The Wrangler / Oh Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie

4. Long And Lonesome Road To Dalhart (2009)

5. Wildfire (2009)

6. When The Work's All Done This Fall

7. What Am I Doing Here

8. Vanishing Breed

9. Cherokee Fiddle (2009)

10. Close To The Land (2009)

11. Summer Ranges (Live) (2009)


Track List: Buckaroo Blue Grass

2. What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round?

3. Lost River

4. Carolina In The Pines

5. Cherokee Fiddle

6. Dancing In The Meadow

9. Boy From The Country

11. Close To The Land


Track List: Buckaroo Blue Grass II - Riding Song

1. Blue Sky Riding Song

2. Running Gun

3. Backslider's Wine

5. Southwestern Pilgrimage

9. Running Gun

10. Wildfire


Track List: Cowboy Songs Vol. 5

1. Free Rein

2. Close To The Land

3. The Wheel Comes Around

4. Dry Lightning

5. Out Of Line

6. Long And Lonesome Ride To Dalhart

7. Storm Over The Rangeland

8. Ride Out The Storm

9. Bluebonnets

10. My Country Under God

13. Wildfire


Track List: Cowboy Classics: Playing Favorites II

1. I Ride An Old Paint

2. Whoopie Ti-Ti-Yo

3. The Old Chisholm Trail

4. Strawberry Roan

5. Red River Valley

6. Little Joe The Wrangler

7. The Colorado Trail

8. Tying Knots In The Devils Tail

9. When The Work's All Done This Fall

10. The Yellow Rose Of Texas

11. Utah Carroll

12. The Bard Of Armagh / Streets Of Laredo

13. I Ride An Old Paint (Reprise)


Track List: Ultimate Collection

2. Geronimo's Cadillac

3. Natchez Trail

4. Calico Silver

5. Harbor For My Soul

6. Boy From The Country

7. What Am I Doing Hangin' Around?

8. Backsliders Wine

9. Drunken Lady Of The Morning

10. Cosmic Cowboy, Pt. 1

11. Wildfire

12. Carolina In The Pines

13. Cherokee Fiddle

16. What's Forever For?

18. Will It Be Love By Morning?

19. Long Line Of Love

20. From The Word Go

21. I'm Gonna Miss You, Girl


Track List: Playing Favorites: Greatest Hits Vol. 1

1. Carolina In The Pines

2. Adobe Walls

3. Cherokee Fiddle

4. Long Line Of Love

7. Cowboy Logic

8. I'm Gonna Miss You Girl

9. From The Word Go

10. Geronimo's Cadillac

11. What's Forever For

12. Wildfire


Track List: Wildfire 1972 - 1984

1. Geronimo's Cadillac

2. Natchez Trace

4. Boy From The Country

6. Alleys Of Austin

7. Wildfire

8. Carolina In The Pines

10. Dancing In The Meadow

12. Cherokee Fiddle

14. Texas Morning

17. What's Forever For?

19. Don't Count The Rainy Days

20. What She Wants


Track List: Cowboy Songs IV

1. Song From Lonesome Dove

3. Born To Be A Cowboy

4. Farther Down The Line

5. Born To Buck Bad Luck

6. Easy On The Pain

7. Utah Carroll

9. Rangeland Rebel

10. Run Toward The Light

11. The Bunkhouse Orchestra

12. Little Joe The Wrangler

13. Summer Ranges

14. Old Horse

15. Night Hawk


Track List: High Stakes - Cowboy Songs VII

1. High Stakes

2. Campfire On The Road

3. Running Gun

4. Emilia Farewell

5. Master's Call

6. The Drover Road To Amulree

7. The Betrayal Of Johnnie Armstrong

8. Three Sons

9. I Got The Guns

10. Honor Bound

11. The End Of The Road


Track List: Cowboy Songs III

1. Big Iron (Feat. Marty Robbins)

2. Rhymes Of The Renegades

3. Riders In The Sky

4. El Paso

5. Sonora's Death Row

6. Ballad Of Billy The Kid

7. Billy Gray (Feat. Debbie Nims)

8. Roses And Thorns (Feat. Ryan Murphey)

9. Strawberry Roan (Feat. Chris LeDoux)

10. The Wild West Is Gonna Get Wilder

11. The Ballad Of Jesse James

12. Frank James' Farewell (Feat. Hal Ketchum)

13. Cole Younger

14. Belle Star (Feat. Bill Miller)

15. Queen Of Heartaches

16. Sam Bass

17. Birmingham Jail


Track List: Cowboy Songs

1. Cowboy Logic

2. I Ride An Old Paint / Whoopee Ti-Yi-Yo, Git Along Little Doggies

3. Tumbling Tumbleweeds

4. Tying Knots in the Devil's Tail

5. The Old Chisholm Trail

6. Home on the Range

7. What Am I Doing Here

8. Wild Ripplin' Waters

9. The Yellow Rose of Texas

10. Spanish is the Lovin' Tongue

11. Cowboy Pride

12. Red River Valley

13. Let The Cowboy Dance

14. Jack of Diamonds

15. Texas Rangers

16. When The Work's All Done This Fall

17. The Streets of Laredo

18. O Bury Me Not on the Lone Prarie

19. Reincarnation

20. Goodby Old Paint

21. Happy Trails


Track List: Land Of Enchantment

1. Never Givin' Up On Love

2. Got To Pay The Fiddler

3. Route 66

4. Land Of Enchantment

5. Jukebox

6. Woodsmoke In The Wind

7. The Heart Knows The Truth

8. Land Of The Navajo

9. Desperation Road

10. Family Tree


Track List: River Of Time

1. From The Word Go

2. Talkin' To The Wrong Man

3. River Of Time

4. Vanishing Breed

5. Pilgrims On The Way (Matthew's Song)

6. The Running Blood

7. Children Of The Wild World

8. I'm Gonna Miss You, Girl

9. Still Got The Fire

10. Still Got The Fire


Track List: The Best Of

1. Carolina In The Pines

2. Geronimo's Cadillac (Re-Recording)

3. Cherokee Fiddle

4. Still Taking Chances (Re-Recording)

5. What's Forever For (Re-Recording)

6. Wildfire

7. What She Wants

8. Love Affairs

9. Disenchanted

10. Don't Count The Rainy Days

11. Will It Be Love By Morning

12. Radio Land


Track List: Blue Sky Night Thunder

1. Wildfire

2. Carolina In The Pines

3. Desert Rat

4. Wild Bird

5. Blue Sky Riding Song

6. Medicine Man

7. Secret Mountain Hideout

8. Without My Lady There

9. Night Thunder

10. Rings Of Life


Track List: Geronimo's Cadillac

1. Geronimo's Cadillac

2. Natchez Trace

3. Calico Silver

4. Harbor For My Soul

5. Rainbow Man

6. Waking Up

7. Crack Up In Las Cruces

8. Boy From The Country

9. What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round?

10. Michael Angelo's Blues (Song For Hogman)

11. Backsliders Wine

12. The Lights Of The City


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Love this song
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best music ever
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great singer. he has always stayed true to his music.
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One of my favorite all time performers. His concerts are a must to see. He is the Willie Nelson of Western music.
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It sure would be nice to have black text in the artist bio instead of the very difficult to read gray.
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Love this song! Never gets old!
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I like cowboy songs
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A wonderful song! One of my sister's favorites.
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I liked an earlier recording of his called Renegade. It never seems to get any airtime and is not mentioned in this biography.
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Cherokee Fiddle: Sounds like Dire Straits' Walk of Life, as the train station fiddler fades away. (But the Indians dress like cowboys and the cowboys put on Tuquoise and Silver.)
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Well, now, Mr. Murphey's doing a Cowboy classic, Tennessee Stud. Hey, it's a duet with Johnny Cash! (A green-eyed horse that can change to blue-eyes-of - l o n g i n g ! ? )
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Classic 70's reminds me of my best years growing up.
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This song will forever remind me of my Dad. I was 3 & he'd be standing at the turntable flipping vinyls, me waiting for him to play this one. He knew it. And he'd always play it for me. Now Dad has taken a ride on Wildfire. And I'll be seeing ya, Dad.
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OMG thank you for playing this beautiful song!! It's a song of lost love & Michael martin Murphy does exceptionall y well on this version of Wildfire! I love it!!
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One of my all time favorite albums! ��
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One of the Few,outside Marshall Tucker,Marty Robbins and Asleep at the Wheel keeping Western Music Alive.
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my grandma is his manager. dona Phillips
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Mellow soft song so peaceful wildfire,..

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I love this song by Michael Martin Murphey
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Love the song it to my hart ever time love it
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This sons is very true
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I saw MMM at a outdoor show in Orem Utah. Great entertainer and a refreshingly open conservative Christian. Wonderful family show! Cowboy music is good fun.
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John Denver Is a Great Entertainer, but He can't hold a candle to MMM ! This is a truly One of a Kind Master of Cowboy/Weste r n Music ! Geronimo's cadalic makes the hair on my neck tingle, other very true to life story-songs are his specialty . He also displays an abiding respect for our real pioneers & Cowmen that is sincere ! Good Listening for All Generations & a great way to learn something of the Real History of the west !
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I first saw Copper Mountain West Fest, in the 80's, I think , and realized how much of his music I loved. We were never introduced but he pulled me up from my seat on the ground right in front of the stage and we danced, making me a lifelong fan. When they played Wildfire in that setting at C. Mt. it was sooo amazing. I have lots of pictures of the occasion and when I look at them or hear his music it takes right back to C. Mt. and Toas, N.M. Thanks for the memories. Great guy!
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One of my all time favorite songs.
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@Jon Wailin - if "Wildfire," is any indication, I would say MM has it hands down and he doesn't sound like the kind of guy who would imitate anyone. Certainly John Denver least of all. John Denver was a country pop artist with the emphasis on Pop. Michael Murphy is the real deal, read his Bio!!!!###!!
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Haven't heard this song in ages. Forgot how poignant and haunting it was . As a matter of fact, when the intro came on, I said to my son, "OMG, I love this song!" Then I realized what song it was and actually stopped doing what I was working on and sat down and LISTENED. Great song, great memories, and GREAT artist who I understand is politically active in the cause of Native Americans--- w h a t a wonderful package.
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Anyone with a heart for animals has soul!
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I would love to have just the music to this song......fa b u l o u s !
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I met him at the Cowboy Christmas Ball in Rock Springs Wyoming around 1999.
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I have met Michael Martin Murphey at my Cowboy Christmas Ball , he would sing there every two nights or maybe one or three nights on Thursday , Friday, and Saturday of December close to the 30th of December is when we have the Cowboy ball at Anson,Tx . That's where I live , every single person from a state would cone to my little town to come dance and also see MM and I believe Michael has good country songs :)
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Just want Pandora to know that when Michael Murphey's Wildfire plays, the lyrics to Janis Ian's Truth at Seventeen are displayed. How do I get this notice to the powers-that- b e in order for them to correct it ??
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I wish Pandora could include more of Michael Murphy's older albums, in particular Cosmic Cowboy
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Met MMM in Taos, NM in the '80s and he was very gracious. Enjoyed many of his shows at the Sagebrush Inn and after each show he joined the audience and visited until the hotel manager said it was time to go. Great songwriter/m u s i c i a n . Super nice guy, also.
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I have been a MMM fan since Wildfire and over the years have seen him in smaller venues where he was very personable with the audience. He even did a concert at a local ballfield with his mother in the audience. I live in the Midwest where he's owned a ranch. Locally active doing some great concerts in awesome settings. Have a lot of respect for him at this time of his career. Hope we all mellow this well.
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I met him when Wildfire became a hit and he was one of the rudest stars I met. He expected special treatment and was an a**. I met lots of stars where I worked at the time and they all treated the staff great except this one.
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Michael, you need to tour with the singles that were so beautifu and loved by so many of us. Blessings, Jon
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Only a handful of artists took a shot at being John Denver soundalikes. Of that group, MMM was the best.
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I have always loved Wildfire because of its haunting musical and visual effect
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Talking about hard to find, my favorite MM album was Peaks and Valleys, Honkytonks & Alleys. This was a studio set on one side and a semi- or completely live set on the other. It has my favorite example of how touching and insightful writing can portray a character completely : Once a Drifter. Great song, wonderful artist !
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We moved to San Antonio in '88, and happened on an outdoor concert in a parking lot alongside the Bluebonnet Palace in Selma, where Michael M Murphey as performing. We knew of MMM from living in Austin and Houston previously, so we knew of his music. This night, there was a stunning lightning storm out to the West, as a background for the stage. It made an incredible, memorable night, musically and visually.
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I love his music. I enjoy his song writing & how it hits the heart of true feelings.
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like this guy
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love this song
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I was in the studio audience one night at The Tonight Show when John Denver was the guest host for Johnny Carson and his guests were MMM and Glen Campbell. The three had never formally met and the show turned into a big story-tellin g jam session. We named our new puppy Murphey with the 'e' in tribute to Michael. Still have my Blue Sky... and Geronimo's Cadillac LPs. Great memories.
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I miss the West Fests...and MMM sure has the gift for storytelling .
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Michael Martin Murphy touches those who listen with a heart that longs for something true, honorable, and durable in time when those values are often hidden, rather than lifted.
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