Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by FingerPickin'Triumph, Apr 22, 2019.
I think it is very Glen Campbell “ish”
I agree, and you can definitely hear the Jimmy Webb inspiration on the arrangement of the strings and the atmospheric production.
FYI - The clear-with-blue-streaks version is also available for pre-order at Barnes & Noble with free shipping.
He's said he was a Glen Campbell fan.
thats so nice
Is this 'splatter' version from Barnes and Noble the exact same as the one being offered on BS.net?
Oh my my. Aren't we the very essence of a working class Joe?
A rich man in a poor man's shirt?
There's been as much discussion about the packaging of this release as the music.
This is actually better dressed than most times I’ve seen him out and about
My image needs a re-boot. I think I'm gonna get me some cowboy clothes.
Took lessons from Marc, very talented guy.
I had heard he helped Nils Lofgren learn pedal steel.
Ah, man, I was really looking to this album until I saw the jacket he's wearing. I can't get on board with a rich guy pretending to be cold.
That looks to me like a rich man in a rich man's jacket. I am not sure he is trying to push a working class thing here at all. Having said thatm the Stetson's a bit hard to take seriously.
When these guys decide to 'go country', it can be a lot worse
Thank y’all for making this thread entertaining again.
But Gram could carry that off... he always looked incredible in those Nudie suits!
Chuck Prophet could carry that off too I’d wager! It does take a certain personality type.
Good call! Check his Instagram. Recent pic of him in a very flowery shirt. He looks great!
I'm totally misquoting Jeff Tweedy but he made a comment about him looking ridiculous in a nudie suit. BTW I love the Dylan pic with the hat. He's just cool no matter what the hell he wears.
I saw the nudie suit recently at the Country Music HOF in Nashville. Gram had little pills (looked like amphetamines) stitched on the sleeves. What a character.
The BS.net version is darker.
Hahaha bloody hell, that's awful.
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