Top Tom Flannery Albums
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Love and Streets
Love and Streets
[2012]
The Anthracite Shuffle
The Anthracite Shuffle
[2000]
Song About a Train
Song About a Train
[1998]
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Halliburton Blues Ghost Town Houston Town Haymarket Square Andrew Beard 1913 Massacre Pt. Ii Annabelle Afghaniwho Auctioneer Another Christmas In Iraq Atticus Finch Another Man Across The Border Angeline Always Out Of Sight 60 Years A Soldier's Lullaby A Long Long Time Ago A Canary In The Mines Autumn's Harvest Dumb People Feel Like Coming Home Flying Is Easy (it's The Landing That's Hard) Can You See Me In My Next Life I'm Coming Back As An Economist Iron City Brew It Sucks To Be 13 Government Man Don't Piss Off A Lutheran I Want To Go To War Hey Whadda You Think Dividing Line Everything Gonna Be Alright Don't Come Crying To Me My Little Boy In The Mines Coming Back To You Frances Miner Boy It's Called Genocide Cindy's Around Back In The Valley Ian Wagner I Don't Hate The President Clarksdale Whistle Blues I Ain't Gonna Fight For You No More Bended Knees I'm Anti War Dave Brubeck Bob Hope I Think I'm Turning Into Abbie Hoffman Cut And Run Harry Truman Devil In My Shoes I Don't Think I Can Take It Anymore Get Over It Do You Know How Hard It Is Dressed To Impress I Am A Houston Astros Fan I'm Gonna Stay Festival Season Half Bottle Of Wine It Has Not Been A Good Day I'm Gonna Fade Away I've Seen War Have You I Was A Bootlegger I Got A Bad Feeling 'bout Dylan I'm Missing You Bully Blind Willie Johnson Drunk On Oil Crayons And Paper Hurry Home Baby If You Pay Me Enough (i'll Write A Song About Bush) Darfur But He Walked The Line I Feel Like An Orphan Train Hendersonville Bruce Springsteen In Baghdad I Just Wanna Got Home King Coal If Phil Ochs Was Still Alive Inauguration Day Hands In The Dark It Must Suck To Be Colin Powell Forgetting Sudan Drinking With Nick Drake Gotta Get Away Blueberry Wine Hush Little Baby Hey Guess What Happened Today Chalkboard From Selma To Montgomery How Do You Live With Yourself I Don't Owe You Nothing Anymore Gino Merli Baltimore Street I'm Still Here Closing Time Election Day Gulag Blues Centralia If I Could Talk Like David Brinkley I Need A Tax Cut (to Bring My Baby Home) Famine In The Usa If Woody Guthrie Went To Baghdad Blame It On The Death Of Charles Kuralt Going Through The Motions Christmas Without You Have You Ever Known Anyone Like Teddy I Ain't So Sure Anymore Confession I've Never Seen This Much Rain I'll Tell You What He Did I Wsh I Was A Drunk Again If Jesus Had A Wife I Don't Want To Be Saddam's Half Brother Anymore Do You Ever Wonder Brother Ray Fork In The Road In The Name Of The Father I'm So Glad Vernon Presley's Not My Dad Holy War Gonna Write The Last Song I'm In Love With John Ashcroft From What I Can See It's Only Money I Used To Be A Liberal (until A Conservative Shot Me) Dear John Favorite Son Footprints Of The Fisherman Beautiful Berlin Better Mind The Water I Wanna Edit The New York Times Blacksburg Gonna Write A Song About Me (i'm Gonna) Convert You Or Kill Ya Having My Picture Made Cinderella Man Belt Buckles Iraqi Town Invisible Sky Footprints In The Snow I Don't Feel Like A Liberator Idi Amin's House I'm A Soldier Highway 9 Revisited Brooklyn Girl God's Other Side Confusion Christmas In Kigali I Like To Lie Black Diamonds I'm Coming Home Hang 'em High Goodbye Old Friend Hanger Number One I Want A Job Like Garrison Keillor's Gimme A Drink Bikindi Bob Tailed Check I Wish I Could Sing Like Richard Manuel I'm Sure Ben Franklin Wanted It This Way It Must Be Cool To Be British Baghdad Blues Four More Years The Indianapolis
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Tom Flannery (born July 12, 1966) is an American singer-songwriter and playwright from Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States. Allmusic has called him "one of the most gifted songwriters to emerge at the turn of the century." After 3 critically acclaimed albums's (1998's Song About a Train, The Anthracite Shuffle in 2000, and 2002's solo acoustic Drinking With Nick Drake) he started the website Songaweek.com (with good friend and fellow songwriter Lorne Clarke (singer)) as a venue to release all his new music digitally. Since the spring of 2003 he has recorded and made available at least one brand new song per week, frequently writing about current events.... read more