Chris Smither :: Sunshine Lady

A song concerned with reveling in the moment, on a park bench in the sun after a rain with “pockets full of free time”. Paul MacNeil’s “Sunshine Lady” was first recorded by Chris Smither in early 1973 for his planned third album, Honeysuckle Dog.

Smither and MacNeil were friends on the late 60s /early 70s Cambridge, MA folk scene and, according to Honeysuckle Dog’s producer, Michael Cuscuna, it was thought the track would be the 'hit' from the record . . .

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