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Old 04-09-2012, 05:44 AM   #21
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Listening to Willie as I speak, 'Me and Paul.' When I'm just hanging out it seems appropriately ... well, apropos. And now Johnny Cash shows up, 'Home of the Blues', extremely apropos, as I don't want to go to work in the morning...
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Old 04-09-2012, 05:45 AM   #22
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But I should add that I will, because its the right thing to do. Meh...
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Old 04-09-2012, 07:12 AM   #23
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Now, I don't like country music as it is today. Not one bit, and I can't even stand a note.

But.........Johnny Cash, Waylon, Willie, Hank Sr, and even Faron Young and Townes Van Zandt all play a role in my favorites.

Better yet, Patsy Cline singing my favorite Willie Nelson song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-wJNpWgss8

Yooper, there is lots of great country music out there, you will just never hear it on "country" radio. Guys that don't have names like "dierks"..... not these millionaires driving bentleys and singing about driving the backroads in thier old pick'm-up trucks.... makes me sick.

Guys like Dale Watson:

Hellbound Glory

and of course that dirty ol one man band from Austin Texas, Scott H. Biram
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Old 04-09-2012, 07:19 AM   #24
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Couple more from my buddy Scott, I have had the pleasure of seeing Scott in concert several times over the past two years and he is as cool as guy as you will ever meet..... and SWMBO is in love, proves the old truth, chicks love guys with guitars! haha!


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Old 04-09-2012, 07:44 AM   #25
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Oh, and since this is a thread about old country, I'll submit one of mine! Here's another great example of a time that the talent and the voice was certainly more important than the singer looking like an affliction model. Gary Stewart was definitely no looker, but what a cool voice.


I have been lucky enough to catch Merle and George in concert the past couple of years, and they are still doing it right!
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Old 04-09-2012, 10:07 PM   #26
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Bill Curringtion-people are crazy,pretty good at drinkin beer(people are crazy happened with me & an old man at ford that played spoons at the Grand Ol Opery. He had so much heart!)
Montgomery Gentry (Bobby Gentry's boy)-speed
Hank Williams-just about anything
Willy Nelson-always on my mind,angel flying too close to the ground (for my wife)
Charlie Pride-All I have to offer you is me (what pop said to mom when he proposed!)
Loretta Lynn-coalminer's daughter (I'm the son),don't come home a drinkin,...several more
Charlie Ryan-Hot rod lincoln,Burlington chase,hot rod hades,hot rod race,side car cycle,glitterin steel (I have the old 1961 Hot Rod Lincoln Drags Again)
Elvis-Kentucky Rain (been there,done that)
Flatt & Scruggs-foggy mountain breakdown (good country corner burnin tune)
soggy bottom boys-man of constant sorrow
Frankie Lane-rawhide
Charlie Daniels-simple man
John Denver-country roads
Patsy cline-walkin after midnight,crazy,...
I'm sure there's more I forget atm...like songs from Lefty Frizzel,Charlie Daniels...
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I'm still home with "the plague" (pneumonia, of all things) so I'm whiny, bored, and out of sorts. One thing I just came across on Spotify is what I think is probably my favorite Johnny Cash song but sung this time by his daughter at his memorial.

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Alabama- I'm In A Hurry

Garth Brooks-- Calling Baton Rouge

Darryl Worley- Sounds Like Life To Me

Sara Evans-- Suds in the Bucket

I know they aren't all old classics, but neither am I
Thanks Getzinator! All great picks. I especially like Darryl Worley's Sounds Like Life to Me


 
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Couple more from my buddy Scott, I have had the pleasure of seeing Scott in concert several times over the past two years and he is as cool as guy as you will ever meet..... and SWMBO is in love, proves the old truth, chicks love guys with guitars! haha!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NO-T5yU_PC4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWdT93w7iAc
Great links Ceedubya! Gotta love the PBR salute in the last one!

 
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