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    Psycho Killer by Talking Heads


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bocco View Post
    Far Away Eyes … the Rolling Stones tribute to the Bakersfield country music sound
    A legitimate case can be made that the Stones have amassed a nice catalogue of Country songs in their portfolio. Here's a link to someone who's given some thought to that proposition:

    https://mickandtheboys.weebly.com/be...try-songs.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    A legitimate case can be made that the Stones have amassed a nice catalogue of Country songs in their portfolio


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    That got me thinking a bit about country-ish songs by bands that are not considered country. GNR's "Patience" is one that leaps immediately to mind. I could never figure out if the Gin Blossom's "Cheatin'" is meant to be parody or earnest, but it's a darn fine country tune either way.

    There was a time when music was just music and genres and labels weren't important. Probably about half of the Eagles songs are pretty much country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seacatfan View Post
    That got me thinking a bit about country-ish songs by bands that are not considered country. GNR's "Patience" is one that leaps immediately to mind. I could never figure out if the Gin Blossom's "Cheatin'" is meant to be parody or earnest, but it's a darn fine country tune either way.

    There was a time when music was just music and genres and labels weren't important. Probably about half of the Eagles songs are pretty much country.
    Wasn't that time the 70s? I feel like soft rock leaned towards country and most of the country I'm familiar with from that era (Don Williams, Kenny Rogers) leaned towards soft rock type of songs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzgirl_127 View Post
    Wasn't that time the 70s? I feel like soft rock leaned towards country and most of the country I'm familiar with from that era (Don Williams, Kenny Rogers) leaned towards soft rock type of songs.
    yeah I was definitely thinking of that era

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    Too hard to link to a video early in the am on my phone....

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    I'm pretty sure I've heard the name Molly Tuttle, but I hadn't checked her music out before. Some nice guitar pickin'. Apparently this is clawhammer style, which is usually used w/ banjo rather than guitar.


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    She's playing a sold out show in Seattle tonight, I'm going. Funny video that is a nod to Michael Jackson's Thriller, combined with a drinking binge gone badly, and maybe a Lynda Carter/Wonder Woman spin?


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    The opener for the above concert I had not heard of before, so I checked out a few of her songs. Sounds much better than most of the openers I've gotten stuck w/ in recent years, actually looking forward to hearing her.


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    I'd stumbled onto this before, forgot about it, then it popped up again when I was messing around on You Tube. Really catchy. Some insane dance moves, looks like CGI but I seriously doubt they had any kind of budget for that so it's probably real.


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    Got Eilen Jewell's latest cd from the library. A bit hit and miss, but several I really like.


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    Peace - O.A.R.

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