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    A Handful of Stars

    (Ted Harris)

     

    Lilting waltz about lost love opens with dreamy guitars and belies its sad lyrics by rocking gently like a 1920s ballad.  Straightforward delivery by Cal Smith and tasteful background vocals qualify this as a crossover record.  This was the B side of “For My Baby” and the second track of Smith’s 1972 album, I’ve Found Someone of My Own.

     

    Cal Smith recordings

    Decca 33003 (123,905)

     

    Sources:

    1. http://www.ask.com/music/discography/Cal-Smith/1808
    2. http://www.lpdiscography.cz/s/Smithcal/smithcal-sp.htm

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     



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