Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by ando here, Mar 5, 2019.
Harmonies are thrilling. The truck treatment? Well...
never heard this live version before. god love ya merle.
could well be my favorite recording. ever HA!
god bless ya TJW. you are missed.
but, this version is smokin' too. i can't decide ha. a/b them
ya know i need a mean mess of it.
"hey, you don't know me but you don't like me". classic.
Do you remember when Tom Jones went country? He had some good tunes.
I won't even pretend I can hold an informed, intelligent conversation when it comes to this genre particularly the early years but since Pop and Rock have always incorporated Country in some of the best songs out there, I definitely have fond feelings for many of these despite not knowing nearly enough about the artists. Like this one from 1976 by that Sunshine guy:
Jonathon Edwards - Ain't Got Time
I resemble those remarks. Because I was a fan I bought the Everlys' 1963 album of country music, and the Rick Nelson double LP of country songs, but it wasn't until much later I learned to really love the songs (most of them, couple of dogs on that 1963 album, and here I am decades later not knowing what a Salty dog is), which made me more open to hearing the originals, and the artists we now call classic country.
It's very good but I've always like Buck Owens' version the best.
Buck Owens - Streets Of Bakersfield (Original Version)...(No Dwight Here)
Sometimes some good ol bluegrass does the trick. And these are certainly the men to do it.
Tiny Desk Concert Del McCoury Band
and one more from Merle
If you like a bluegrass sound, you might like this. I've posted this Jimbo Whaley song on another bluegrass thread before. Enjoy!
YT kills me. still hidden gems there. here's merle "doing" marty robbin's "devil woman" in front of marty!
skip to the 5:00 mark so you dont hear all the superfluous nonsense. its classic
nice. this guy's the real deal.. is he doin the pickin' ..either the mandolin or banjo?
great stuff! thx
I'm pretty sure he is playing the guitar.
I'f ya didn't start nothin', there'd be nothin'.
I grew up eating "poke sallet". You have to boil it for hours & hours to get the poison out.
Jim Reeves' last hit before getting killed in a plane crash...Welcome To My World.
i grew up on a steady diet of that one record
i never did get the poison out.
VERY late in possum's career. but i LOVED this LP.
i had to drop one or two.
saginaw spruce and tennessee maple
lord have mercy. god love(s) george jones.
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