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My friend who works at Universal music introduced me to a new artist named Shooter Jennings. All I really knew about him was that he was the son of the legendary Waylon Jennings. I figured that the cd probably would be ok at best but it turned out to very good. The album has a really good blend of country and rock licks that give it a unique sound. The cd is worth checking out. You can go shooters' my space page if you want to hear for yourself. www.myspace.com/shooterjennings
 

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AlaskaAl(e) said:
"Good country music"

Isn't that a contradiction in terms?

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Not when you're talking about the outlaws (or their kids).
 

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AlaskaAl(e) said:
"Good country music"

Isn't that a contradiction in terms?

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Come on , man! O.K. Maybe good country music is an oxywhatever, but if you get into the guys like David Alan Coe, or even Willie Nelson, you'll see that they're pretty hardcore. I'm a diehard Black Sabbath fan, myself. Some of those country cats lived even harder than that. I can't go for the crying country where the dog dies and your woman leaves, but check out D.A.C.'s ultimate country song. It's funny as hell! I heard there's a country rapper called Cowboy Troy. Don't know what that's about, but I've gotta applaud him for trying.
 

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sudsmonkey said:
I'm a diehard Black Sabbath fan, myself.
Saw Black Sabbath about 37 years ago...ain't been able to hear a lick since. ;)

I'll say this...Willie and Waylon and the boys could rock with Ozzie any day. :cool:
 

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Cowboy Troy does a song with Big and Rich, pretty cool duo, even if you don't like country.
 

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Sudster said:
Ever heard the song "Save a Horse ..Ride a Cowboy". :D
Yes, but we're talking about music here...that's just a bumper sticker set to an (almost) catchy tune :D
 

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AlaskaAl(e) said:
"Good country music"

Isn't that a contradiction in terms?

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i'm glad someone else said that - and i was raised on country - my father owned a country band for a while. i cannot stand the stuff even the new country or crossover country ...yech. and i'm pretty broad in my affair with music.
 

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"I Love This Bar" by Toby Keith kicks butt too. Heck most of TK's stuff kicks butt. I'm a closet Country fan. SOME of it anyway. Leann Rimes is my secret honey (now that she's of age, of course...). :D
 

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I'm partial to Roseanne Cash ..I'm not sure one could classify her as country though ..but they do. Leanns a sweetie!
 
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