Paul Siebel – Feb. 5, 1977

Paul SiebelOne of my favorite singer/song-writers, it was a real coup to get Paul Siebel to play at the Freeze-Dried. Tony Markelis (bass) was a big help in getting him up to Albany, and he did not disappoint. He was also backed up by Paul Asbell on guitar. Siebel kind of disappeared from the scene after putting out 2 albums, What a loss, but at least we have his recordings.


Hillbilly Child

Carolina Sunshine Girl

I Had a Dream Last Night (Lonesome House Blues)

I Always Love the Women (Women Make a Fool Out of Me)

Chips are Down

Weary Blues

Pinto Pony

Wow, Wow, Wow (Keep My Skillet Good & Greasy)


If I Could

I Can’t Stop Loving You

Honest Sam

Fair and Tender Ladies

Bride 1945

I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry

Any Day Woman

Who Will Buy the Wine

Talking 42 Street

In the Jailhouse Now

I Had a Dream Last Night (Lonesome House Blues)

Then Came the Children

He Was a Friend of Mine

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  1. I knew Paul well from about 1964 until his passing. I played music with him at various events early on. Glad to see this interest in him. the recordings bring back many memories.

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