Steve Goodman’s an under-appreciated American singer songwriter, mostly known as the guy who wrote “City of New Orleans” (as in, Good Morning, America, how are ya? Don’t you know me I am your native son . . . ). He also hung out with John Prine and Kris Kristofferson in the Chicago folk scene before signing to Buddah Records
Goodman was diagnosed with Leukemia in 1968, but lived until 1984.
On this, his debut full length, he records Prine’s “Donald & Lydia” as well as his own version of City of New Orleans. Kris Kristofferson and Norbert Putman produced, with Paul Anka as Executive Producer. Liner notes by John Prine.
My copy via Island Music in Vineyard Haven, MA