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However, before they were deleted, Eggers snuck into the studio and recorded rough mixes of the songs on to a cassette tape.
Tracks from the aborted Seven Come Eleven debacle would later surface on The Nashville Sessions.
In 1965, he was accepted into the University of Houston's pre-law program.
Soon after he attempted to join the Air Force, but was rejected because of a doctor's diagnosis that labelled him "an acute manic-depressive who has made minimal adjustments to life".
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They admitted him to the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, where he was diagnosed with manic depression.
He received three months of insulin shock therapy, which erased much of his long-term memory.
In 1983, six years after Emmylou Harris had first popularized it, Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard covered his song "Pancho and Lefty", reaching number one on the Billboard country music chart.
Townes was a good student and active in team sports. The University of Colorado at Boulder accepted Van Zandt as a student in 1962.
In the spring of his second year, his parents flew to Boulder to bring Townes back to Houston, apparently worried about his binge drinking and episodes of depression.
Newbury persuaded Van Zandt to go to Nashville, where he was introduced by Newbury to the man who would become his longtime producer, "Cowboy" Jack Clement.
Among Van Zandt's major influences was Texas blues man Lightnin' Hopkins, whose songs were a constant part of his repertoire.
He also cited Bob Dylan and Hank Williams and such varied artists as Muddy Waters, The Rolling Stones, Blind Willie Mc Tell, Tchaikovsky, and Jefferson Airplane as having had a major impact on his music.