For the Season #2 finale of the “Art at the End of the World” Podcast, Mark Wigmore speaks to legendary singer/songwriter Gordon Lightfoot. Gordon tells the stories behind some of your favorite hits, like “Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald” and “Early Morning Rain”, and takes you behind the process of his first recording of new music in decades, “Solo”. Mark investigates Gordon’s disciplined songwriting process, digs into his musical relationship with Rompin’ Ronnie Hawkins, and finds out what the feeling is to be covered by Elvis Presley. Gordon and Mark also compare notes on how to rough it in the wild, what it means to be a Scorpio, and Gordon remembers that strange night he was interviewed on Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell!
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