Worry Not Mama, I’ll Be Comin Home. * Also, the First Song I Ever Wrote by Nick Coleman and Cole Crawford Hurst

Broadjam Artist: Nick Coleman and Cole Crawford HurstSong: Worry Not Mama, I’ll Be Comin Home. * Also, the First Song I Ever WroteReviewer: Kate CarpenterPositive Comments: A study in contrasts – that’s what this song is. A man finally ready to come…

Nick Coleman and Cole Crawford Hurst

Broadjam Artist: Nick Coleman and Cole Crawford Hurst
Song: Worry Not Mama, I’ll Be Comin Home. * Also, the First Song I Ever Wrote

Reviewer: Kate Carpenter

Positive Comments: A study in contrasts – that’s what this song is. A man finally ready to come home communicates to his Ma what he has been through. It reminds me of Bob Dylan. Definitely rootsy, authentic. Vocal is clear and easy to understand. Lyrics have some depth to make the listener think. Guitar accompaniment is simple, but adequate for the kind of song and recording this is. Favorite lyric: From the sidewalks of Seattle to the Oklahoma winds.

Constructive Comments: I think this song needs a bit of work. Some of the lyrics seem a bit awkward to me: From the world I’ve left,Oh Ma, to the world see,I’ll be, comin home.That’s an example of what I am talking about. Oh Ma to the world see. Just doesn’t make sense to me grammatically/lyrically.

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