c) 1994 Revelizations, Santa Fe, NM USA Recorded and mixed at: The Congress House Studio, Austin, TX All vocals, guitars keyboards, percussion by Eliza Gilkyson All songs written by Eliza Gilkyson (c) 1994 gilkysongs (BMI) Wild Horse & Roses at the End of Time (c) 1994 music (BMI).
Eliza Gilkyson (born August 24, 1950, Hollywood, California) is an Austin, Texas-based folk musician. She is the daughter of songwriter and folk musician Terry Gilkyson and his wife, Jane. Her brother is guitarist Tony Gilkyson, who played with the Los Angeles-based bands Lone Justice and X. She is married to scholar and author Robert Jensen. Gilkyson is a two-time Grammy Award nominee, receiving a nomination for Best Contemporary Folk Album in 2004 and Best Folk Album in 2014.
Joan Baez covers The Great Correction on her newest album. Joan Baez has just released her latest recording, Whistle Down the Wind, a hand-picked collection of cover songs that includes The Great Correction, written by Eliza for her album Beautiful World in 2008.
4. Roses at the End of Time. 8. Here Comes the Night. 9. Heart of a Man. Eliza Gilkyson. 11. Don't Stop Loving Me.
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Eliza Gilkyson (born in Hollywood, California about 1950) is an Austin, Texas-based folk musician. She is the daughter of songwriter and folk musician Terry Gilkyson and Jane Gilkyson. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Undressed Album.
The official page for friends of songwriter Eliza Gilkyson. From studio album "Don't Give Up On Me", recorded and released in 2002 on Fat Possum Records youtube.
Folk singer/songwriter Eliza Gilkyson was born in Hollywood, California, the daughter of folk-pop singer/songwriter Terry Gilkyson (1916-1999). Her father wrote and recorded "The Cry of the Wild Goose," which Frankie Laine covered for a number one hit in 1950, as well as the 1953 Top Ten hit "Tell Me a Story," recorded by Laine Jimmy Boyd. In 1994, she released an album called Undressed overseas on Revelizatons. She returned to the . settling again in Austin, and reintroduced herself to her homeland with Redemption Road, released in September 1997 on Silver Ware. The prolific Gilkyson released another album the same year, the eclectic Roses at the End of Time, which was produced by her son Cisco Ryder in their home studio; they teamed up again for 2014's The Nocturne Diaries.
Eliza Gilkyson - BBC Radio Scotland - Brand New Country - Interview and Concert - June 2006.