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Albums of the latest and loved, and the ones to look out for discover By okspud1 15 Feb am. All Things Hyped: Last. Love this track. More Love this track Set track as current obsession Get track Loading. Saturday 28 March Monday 30 March Tuesday 31 March Wednesday 1 April Thursday 2 April Friday 3 April Saturday 4 April Sunday 5 April Monday 6 April Tuesday 7 April Wednesday 8 April Thursday 9 April Friday 10 April Saturday 11 April Sunday 12 April Monday 13 April Tuesday 14 April Wednesday 15 April Friday 17 April Saturday 18 April Sunday 19 April Monday 20 April Tuesday 21 April Wednesday 22 April Thursday 23 April Friday 24 April Saturday 25 April Sunday 26 April Monday 27 April Tuesday 28 April Sunday 10 May Monday 11 May Tuesday 12 May Wednesday 13 May Thursday 14 May Friday 15 May Saturday 16 May Sunday 17 May Monday 18 May Tuesday 19 May Wednesday 20 May Thursday 21 May Friday 22 May Saturday 23 May Sunday 24 May Monday 25 May Tuesday 26 May Wednesday 27 May Thursday 28 May Friday 29 May Saturday 30 May Sunday 31 May Monday 1 June Tuesday 2 June Thursday 4 June Friday 5 June Saturday 6 June Sunday 7 June Monday 8 June Tuesday 9 June Monday 15 June Tuesday 16 June Wednesday 17 June Friday 19 June Whether anybody else knows it or not, Caitlyn Smith has made a near masterpiece, and made the model of what modern country pop should be.
She is a remover of obstacles, a doer of the demanding. Try telling that to Jamie Lin Wilson. Backed into a corner is where an artist and songwriter like BJ Barham performs at his best. With a guy like this, defeat is where he finds his greatest inspiration, his most deep-seeded determination, and his willingness to sacrifice it all for the cause, and the dream.
Limping along just successful enough to sustain was not the right place for American Aquarium. It all needed to implode for it to ultimately succeed. Even the political stuff here is done with such better tact and respect than others recently. Instead of insulting people, it recognizes their inherent goodness, regardless of their political stripes.
Contrast this between the judgemental and ineffective venting of anger in recent projects. This approach helps to bridge understanding as opposed to drawing hard lines. Seven studio albums in is about the time you start ignoring a band as the treads wear down and the sound begins to dull. But out of the smoldering ashes of American Aquarium 1. Find A Light is the band unsheathing the guitars and going for it. These guys prick such an array of emotions and eras in their efforts with Find A Light , and revive sounds that are going so incredibly underserved except for backlist titles from classic rock greats.
Yet their efforts to record roaring anthems and tear-soaked ballads are in the right here, the right now, in the modern context, hoping to become the classics for future generations, and replenish what ClearChannel ran into the ground for decades on classic rock stations.
For those fans of the old Carter Family records, or the sounds of the famous Trio collaboration between Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, and Emmylou Harris, you just want something a bit more country backing these strong, beautiful voices.
You want the moan of the steel guitar to match the emotion that three part harmonies evoke, and you want sentiments the fit more with the agrarian and blue collar experiences that country music provides.
Enter the band El Coyote from Montreal, Canada who makes all of this happen and in brilliant form in their debut, self-titled album.
This record is nothing short of merciless in how it just grinds out one deeply-powerful, slow and plodding track after another. This is what makes us revere the old greats of country, and suspicious of fresh-faced newcomers, like some are sure to regard Dillon Carmichael.
His skin may be tender, but his soul is definitely old. You can count on it. You sit beside a lake with a line in the water, or stretch out between a tall pine, and everything is right in the world. The songwriting of Jason Eady is unquestionable, and has been for some time. The sounds come from wood and wire, in acoustic-only arrangements, not letting anything get in the way of the songs themselves, which is where the spotlight and attention should always be with an artist like this.
Since Jason Eady fits more the model of a Texas honky tonker, bluegrass never really entered the mindset as a possibility. No toes are stepped on. The music never drowns out the emotion of the story or the moment. Still even with a fuel-injected bluegrass kick behind great songs, the music of Jason Eady will never be for everyone. The romantic notion of what an old school honky tonk band from Texas should be has been used to stoke fantasies and fill television and movie screens for years.
But putting your finger on the actual embodiment of a Texas two-step honky tonk band who can play covers and originals for four hours non stop and make it look easy—and all while looking cool themselves—is a little more myth than reality. Yes, there are many smoky bars and wooden dance floors throughout the Lone Star State. And there are many cover and original bands that play them. It also happens to be that Steak Night at the Prairie Rose is about the perfect record to do that with.
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My vote goes to Jamie Lee Wilson, that album gets better each time. Close second is Jason Eady. My top 1. American Aquarium 2. Whitey Morgan 3. Charley Crockett 4. Jason Eady 5. Erik Dylan 6. Pat Reedy 7. No Other Love 6. Hey Joe 7. Eddy's Song 8. Wake Up Irene The Doggie In The Window Oh My Papa Let Me Be The One You, You, You Please Love King Broken Wings Shake A Hand Baby Don't Do It Caribbean Tracks of Disc 10 1.
Weepin' And Cryin' 2. That Hearts Belongs To Me 3. My Song 4. Night Train 5. Are You Teasing Me 6. Backstreet Affair 7. I Don't Know 8. A Dear John Letter 9. She Wears Red Feathers There Stands The Glass Mexican Joe I'm Walking Behind You I Believe Song From 'Moulin Rouge' Vaya Con Dios Bimbo Hey Joe!
I Walk the Line 2. Let's Think About Livin' 3. Oh Lonesome Me 4. Move It on Over 5. All American Boy 6. That's All Right 7. Go Away Hound Dog 8. I'm Coming Home 9. Muleskinner Blues White Bucks and Saddle Shoes Whole Lotta Woman Mule Train Smoke Along the Track Watch Dog I'm a One Woman Man Cry, Cry, Cry Sweet Sweet Girl Tracks of Disc 2 1.
Blue Blue Day 2. Folsom Prison Blues 4. Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy 5. Gonna Find Me a Bluebird 6. All Grown Up 7. Birmingham Bounce 8. Pan American 9. Rockin' in the Congo Call Me Up That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine I Ain't Never Cherokee Boogie Last Train to San Fernando When It's Springtime in Alaska Knee Deep in the Blues Tracks of Disc 3 1.
Singing the Blues 2. I Can't Stop Loving You 4. There You Go 6. I'm Ready If You're Willing 8. Young Love 9. Lightnin' Express Half-Breed Rockabilly Baby All for the Love of a Girl Oh Baby Mine Big River 3. One By One 5. No Help Wanted 7. You Better Not Do That 9. Yonder Comes a Sucker Who Shot Sam Hey Joe Guess Things Happens That Way Waterloo 2. Bad Bad Day 4. Don't Take Your Guns to Town 5.
You Better Not Go 6. Auctioneer 8. Loose Talk 9. Watcha Gonna Do Now Nothin' Needs Nothin' I Can't Dance Lost Highway Look Who's Blue Lynching Party Tracks of Disc 6 1. Shotgun Boogie 2. Gamblin' Man 3. Why Why 4. Frankie's Man Johnny 5. Johnny Reb 6. My Hands Are Tied 7. Stairway of Love 9. Above and Beyond Hey Mae Desertion at the Little Big Horn Blue Boy Train of Love Run Boy Run Run If You Don't Know It Ain't I the Lucky One Sleepy Eyed John Tracks of Disc 7 1.
Under Your Spell Again 4. Sink the Bismarck 5. Gotta Travel on 6. What About Me 7. Cigarettes and Coffee Blues 8. Heartaches By the Number Penny Candy Hey Sheriff Tupelo County Jail Am I That Easy to Forget Cut Across Shorty Wreck of the Old '97 Tracks of Disc 8 1.
White Lightnin' 2. Louisiana Man 3. I'm Movin' on 5. I Got Stripes 6. Cash on the Barrelhead 7. Big Iron Drinking Tequila Dixie Fried Jimmy Brown the Newsboy Katy Too I'm Moving on Comanche the Brave Horse Baby Don't Go Tracks of Disc 9 1. From a Jack to a King 2. Don't Tell Me Your Troubles 3. Johnny Freedom 4. Why Baby Why 5. Tennessee Flat-Top Box 6. You All Come 7. Red Light 9. Throwin' Kisses Got the Bull By the Horns Can I Count of Your Love High Noon Looking at the Moon and Wishing on a Star Big Hearted Me Juke Joint Johnny I Want to Go Home Run Boy North to Alaska Tracks of Disc 10 1.
Music Makin' Mama from Memphis 3. Five Feet High and Rising 4. He'll Have to Go 5. Sal's Got a Sugar Lip 6. Idaho Red 7. Lonesome Old House 8. Dark Hollow 9. You Don't Want My Love Boo Hoo Sweet Singin' Sam Truck Drivin' Man There's a Big Wheel Luther Played the Boogie Jim Bridger Ballad of the Alamo New York, NY: Fireside.
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