Tracy Newman's song Me And My Red-Headed Raggedy Doll inspired this watercolor by Winthrop, Washington photographer and artist Anne Young. Anne has at least one more artwork in the project.
Tracy Newman's touching song I Just See You, from the album of the same name by Tracy Newman and the Reinforcements, is the seed song for this thread. It prompted Bryan Dobson to make a drawing. You'll find at least three more Tracy Newman songs, written as part of the Now See Hear project, on this site.
Tracy Newman's song I Just See You inspired this drawing by Bryan Dobson of Long Beach, California. Bryan's drawing has prompted two songs so far: Riverside Cafe by Steve and Kristi Nebel, and Like You Used To Be by Steve Nebel, sans Kristi.
Cameron Murphy's photograph inspired this song by Tracy Newman, who has written at least three songs for Now See Hear, and whose song I Just See You is a "seed song" for another thread. This song prompted a photograph by Patrick McGowan.
Eric Schwartz's song Minimal inspired this photograph by Cameron Murphy of Louisville, Kentucky. The photo has prompted two songs so far: Black And White Dress by Jaspar Lepak and I'm Just A Witness by Tracy Newman. A couple of years later, Cameron wound up playing bass on Rain Perry's song Magical, also part of this thread. Coincidence? Maybe.
Jan Seides, one of NSH's most prolific contributors, made a doll that inspired this song by Tracy Newman, another of NSH's most prolific contributors (three songs so far plus a "seed song").
Ynana Rose's song Get It While It's Hot inspired Jan Seides of Austin to create this doll. Jan is also a musician and has created at least three songs for NSH. Her doll prompted Tracy Newman's song Me And My Red Headed Raggedy Doll.
Chad Watson's instrumental Bluegreen Swamptree On Fish inspired two paintagraphs by Los Angeles artist Dangeruz: Pamella D'Pella. This one is called "Don't Fret," and it prompted Tracy Newman's song Jojo Banjo And Fiddlee-dee.