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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Love the guitar in this; not the singing so much.



The guitar sounds straight out of one of those old Clint Eastwood spaghetti westerns.
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Yeah, I like that sound.
 
 
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Hank III's singing style makes sense, given who his dad and grandpa are, especially considering the song is an homage/tribute to the old country guys.

On the subject of new country, it's nice to hear Steve Earle doing some country stuff again. He even got Willie Nelson to guest with him on this one.


"I see the sadness in their eyes
Melancholy in their cries
Devoid of all the passion
The human spirit cannot die"
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...any 'Black Keys' fans out there?
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Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

Hank III's singing style makes sense, given who his dad and grandpa are, especially considering the song is an homage/tribute to the old country guys.

On the subject of new country, it's nice to hear Steve Earle doing some country stuff again. He even got Willie Nelson to guest with him on this one.


Big smileYES! I've heard most of this as an NPR friend has it and I will soon. One of Steve Earl's very best albums!
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Big smileYES! I've heard most of this as an NPR friend has it and I will soon. One of Steve Earl's very best albums!


Best he's done in a long time for sure. My favorites are still I Feel Alright and Copperhead Road, but this one comes in high.
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Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Big smileYES! I've heard most of this as an NPR friend has it and I will soon. One of Steve Earl's very best albums!


Best he's done in a long time for sure. My favorites are still I Feel Alright and Copperhead Road, but this one comes in high.
'Copperhead Road' is certainly one of his best. 'Guitar Town' was a great intro for him and I always liked him because he was a 'Townes Van Zandt-student'.
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Wink...and here we have a brand new hauntingly mesmerizing album from you-know-who.
 
 
The album is quite satisfyingly depressing as it paints a dystopian picture of our world today (what's new when it comes to Waters?) - an excellent piece of work, a thinking person's album when one wants to lay back and contemplate things that don't often come to mind, if not the last things that will, should these be your final moments since you've given up and simply need that 'last little push'. Now, I'm not suicidal or anything of the sort, but for those that feel hopeless and see no way they can personally make difference? Probably not the music for the like.
 
I can fall into it, but then I seem to remember every negative thing I want to forget about the last 3-4 years and, if tired enough already, I feel as if a heavy lead weight has been placed on my chest to the top of my forehead and I HAVE to get out from under it. Confused
 
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ShockedHOLY COW!
I've long been a Bruce Cockburn fan, but I rarely buy any of his music.
Time for change.
I'm trying to get an early release of his forthcoming album which I caught on NPR, today.
72 and the man hasn't missed a beat. This is as good, if not better, than 'Wondering Where The Lions Are' (from 'Dancing in the Dragon's Jaws')
 
The new album is titled 'Bone On Bone'
 
 
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ConfusedShocked...turn 90 and release a brand-new album, then die?!
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