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Offlinegreenhaze
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country muzic
    #2569169 - 04/16/04 09:24 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

anyone ever listen to any country??...no not the lame pussywhipped alan jackson kenny chesy stuff....i'm talkin about some johnny cash, willie nelson, merle haggard,hank jr....david allen coe...ect.  There is some good music in it......especially when your drinking... :beer:


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Re: country muzic [Re: greenhaze]
    #2569371 - 04/16/04 10:28 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

david allen coe funny shit  :lol:
in the norm i dont like country music


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Re: country muzic [Re: SKINNYDOGGY]
    #2569416 - 04/16/04 10:37 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

hehe...ya david allen coe is fuckin hilarious....some of his songs are just twisted


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Re: country muzic [Re: greenhaze]
    #2569448 - 04/16/04 10:47 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

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greenhaze said:
hehe...ya david allen coe is fuckin hilarious....some of his songs are just twisted



yep your right on the twisted part


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Re: country muzic [Re: greenhaze]
    #2569806 - 04/17/04 01:08 AM (13 years, 3 months ago)

Not really, but Johnny Cash is cool in my book, as is Charlie Daniels (entirely because of The Devil Went Down to Georgia).

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Re: country muzic [Re: BigNerd]
    #2569902 - 04/17/04 02:03 AM (13 years, 3 months ago)

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BigNerd said:
Not really, but Johnny Cash is cool in my book, as is Charlie Daniels (entirely because of The Devil Went Down to Georgia).

BigNerd



Charie Daniels may have had the devil went to georgia but david allen coe
had the devil went down to Jamaica
its just funny shit hehe


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Re: country muzic [Re: greenhaze]
    #2569929 - 04/17/04 02:11 AM (13 years, 3 months ago)

i love johnny cash, this thread inspired to listen to some, actually.  :smile:

anyway.. i have much respect for the old country musicians, this includes the blueglass part of country.  i enjoy watching bluegrass bands play, it's quite impressive music really, although i'm probably in the minority of people who listen to it..


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Re: country muzic [Re: idiotek]
    #2570411 - 04/17/04 09:05 AM (13 years, 3 months ago)

i like johnny cash, I'm putting him on a cd i'm making for my boy  :smile2:


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Re: country muzic [Re: greenhaze]
    #2571132 - 04/17/04 03:11 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

I really like Johhny Cash and John Prine and Willie Nelson!


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Re: country muzic [Re: greenhaze]
    #2573021 - 04/18/04 04:46 AM (13 years, 3 months ago)

fuck yeah dude.. old (real) country is good stuff. that new pop-country bullshit fucking sucks though.

johnny cash is the mang.


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Re: country muzic [Re: idiotek]
    #2577111 - 04/19/04 10:39 AM (13 years, 3 months ago)

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idiotek said:
anyway.. i have much respect for the old country musicians, this includes the blueglass part of country. i enjoy watching bluegrass bands play, it's quite impressive music really, although i'm probably in the minority of people who listen to it..



hell yeah man, bluegrass kicks ass...i wanna get a mandolin. They can put out some great sounds...

yeah and johnny cash was a badass....anyone who hasn't should check out his version of "rusty cage" i'm listening to it right now...it's crazy if you've heard the soundgarden version before...


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Re: country muzic [Re: greenhaze]
    #2577306 - 04/19/04 11:54 AM (13 years, 3 months ago)

Yeah, Country is a huge and diverse movement with many splinter sounds and cliques, so it becomes hard to classify. There is much "country" music that I can't stand, but there is a lot that I like! :smile:

Some of which would be...

Most of the old authentic stuff -- acts from the earliest days of the Grand Ole Opry radio show, back in the early days of radio -- which was heavily centered around bluegrass and roots music -- on up through the acts of the fifties and sixties like Johnny Cash, and up into a few acts like Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson in the seventies...

The country spin-offs of sixties music was good too. I think Bob Dylan can be credited with this movement (like many movements), and consisted of the late Byrds, The Flying Burrito Brothers, etc...

Neil Young has certainly had his county influences. He even cut a country album back in the 80's with such guest stars as Willie Nelson, and of course this leads us into the folk country sound of Emmylou Harris, and others, and of course Neil Young shared management (Geffen/Roberts) with most of the big acts of the California County sound: Linda Ronstadt, The Eagles, Etc., which were all good...

Lately, I've found myself being drawn to the "Alternate County" music movement, which seems to be a very loosely defined collection of artists, and much of which doesn't even sound like country -- qualifications for inclusion seem to be that at point a member was either a nashville songwriter, Nashville studio musician, or has labeled themselves, or been labeled as "Alt Country." :wink:

There are some very fine artists in that genre, including acts like: Robbie Fulks, Lambchop, Calexico, Lucinda Williams, Cowboy Junkies, etc...

Then of course, there's all manner of country blues, and folk country, bluegrass, western, central plains folk, rockabilly, psychobilly, cow punk, and all the other many little interesting combos and niches, past and present, that have a realtionship with "country" as loosely defined... :cool:

PS: Eh, I'm just scratching the surface here. There are dozens of names/movements I could have listed here, and I feel remiss in not doing so, but I'm a little busy at the moment. I think this a good start, though...

Oh, and let's not forget Western Swing!


Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys (c. 1950)


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Re: country muzic [Re: greenhaze]
    #24362527 - 05/30/17 05:45 PM (1 month, 20 days ago)

Old thread, but didn't want to create another.

I'm just getting into this genre. Loving the suggestions. Especially here where I didn't think there'd be many fans.

Here's a weird addition:

Kiefer Sutherland ~ Down In A Hole / Can't Stay Away


And one more I liked, tangentially related:
Meat Puppets ~ Split Myself in Two


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Re: country muzic [Re: Deathby69] * 1
    #24362591 - 05/30/17 06:11 PM (1 month, 20 days ago)

old thread, indeed




anyways, TOWNES!
















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Re: country muzic [Re: demiu5]
    #24362647 - 05/30/17 06:31 PM (1 month, 20 days ago)

Good stuff. Liked the first two, especially, but appreciate all four, so thanks!

There's this interesting crossover between 'hippie', 'folk', 'hard rock' and 'country', or something. 'outlaw country'? I dunno... that I haven't explored yet.

Heard a lot of good music in this vein down in Austin. It's a different 'feel' for sure. A different culture. Anyways...


Glen Campbell - Rhinestone Cowboy


Flying Burrito Brothers - Sin City


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Re: country muzic [Re: Deathby69] * 1
    #24362673 - 05/30/17 06:41 PM (1 month, 20 days ago)

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Deathby69 said:
Good stuff. Liked the first two, especially, but appreciate all four, so thanks!

There's this interesting crossover between 'hippie', 'folk', 'hard rock' and 'country', or something. 'outlaw country'? I dunno... that I haven't explored yet.

Heard a lot of good music in this vein down in Austin. It's a different 'feel' for sure. A different culture. Anyways...


Glen Campbell - Rhinestone Cowboy


Flying Burrito Brothers - Sin City







you need to explore all of John Hartford/Vassar Clements, then.  Hartford is considered to be the father of new-grass, but he is so much more than just a form of bluegrass musician.  he basically did what the fuck he wanted, when he wanted, with anyone he wanted.  there's really no way to categorize him, hence his title, as there was NOTHING like it in the 60's/70's.  he would even pull joints out of his pocket and pass them around the audience


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Re: country muzic [Re: demiu5]
    #24362678 - 05/30/17 06:43 PM (1 month, 20 days ago)

if you like burrito brothers, i also have to assume you like Graham Parsons 'solo' stuff (or GPB)


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Re: country muzic [Re: demiu5]
    #24362691 - 05/30/17 06:47 PM (1 month, 20 days ago)

It really is all new to me.
As in, I started getting into it a few years back, did a little exploration, then got distracted.

It's interesting, though. I see Vassar Clements has some side project w/ Jerry Garcia, and I know just a tiny bit about all that GD stuff. Hooteroll (not 'country') is a wonderful album, for example. So, there's just so much to explore. I know (slightly) more about Incredible String Band and English Folk than I do the American / 'Country' equivalent.


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Re: country muzic [Re: Deathby69] * 1
    #24362728 - 05/30/17 07:02 PM (1 month, 20 days ago)

[edit]specifically check out Grievous Angel by Parsons[/edit]


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Deathby69 said:
It really is all new to me.
As in, I started getting into it a few years back, did a little exploration, then got distracted.

It's interesting, though. I see Vassar Clements has some side project w/ Jerry Garcia, and I know just a tiny bit about all that GD stuff. Hooteroll (not 'country') is a wonderful album, for example. So, there's just so much to explore. I know (slightly) more about Incredible String Band and English Folk than I do the American / 'Country' equivalent.






Old and in the Way


Grisman/Garcia/Clements/Kahn



other related artists would be Norman Blake and Tut Taylor





if you ever watched Andy Griffith, you may recall The Darlin family.  Well, a few of those guys were actually a band called The Dillards:









these two are more mountain music than grass, but some of the Dillards is more typical 70's country


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Re: country muzic [Re: demiu5] * 1
    #24362739 - 05/30/17 07:08 PM (1 month, 20 days ago)

best song Old and in the Way recorded, imo



though this is not their version, it's got Hartford in it.







this is definitely grassy, though, and not country


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