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    Crystal Bowersox AMerican Idol 2010

    Crystal Bowersox AMerican Idol 2010



    Every song she performed on American Idols 2010 the studio AND the live recordings.
    As a bonus I've added some of her own songs.


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    Elvis Presley - Saved
    Janis Joplin - Me and Bobby McGee
    Creedence Clearwater Revival - Long as I see the light
    The Beatles - Come Together
    The Rolling Stones - You can't always get what you want
    Gladys Knight - Midnight Train To Georgia
    The Impressions - People get Ready
    Shania Twain - No one needs to know
    Frank Sinatra (actually Wayne Newton) - Summer Wind
    Kenny Loggins - I'm Alright
    Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova (from the movie Once)- Falling Slowly (with co-finalist Lee DeWyze)
    Melissa Etheridge - Come To My Window
    Paul McCartney- Matbe I'm Amazed

    Crystal Bowersox - The Live American Idol performances

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    00 Crystal Bowersox - Give me one reason
    00 Crystal Bowersox - Hand in my Pocket
    01 Crystal Bowersox - Saved
    02 Crystal Bowersox - Me and Bobby McGee (Live Performance
    03 Crystal Bowersox - Long as I see the light
    04 Crystal Bowersox - Come together
    05 Crystal Bowersox - You can t always get what you want
    06 Crystal Bowersox - Midnight Train to Georgia
    07 Crystal Bowersox - People Get Ready
    08 Crystal Bowersox - No One Needs to Know Right Now
    09 Crystal Bowersox - Summer Wind.
    10 Crystal Bowersox - I'm Alright
    11 Crystal Bowersox and Lee Dewyze – Falling Slowly
    12 Crystal Bowersox - Come to My Window
    13 Crystal Bowersox - Maybe I_'m Amazed


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    Acoustic Set - Finally Got It Right
    Acoustic Set - Saved By Grace
    Cry No More
    Crystal_Bowersox - Acoustic set
    Farmer's Daughter.
    Finally Got It Right
    Gray Haired Rock Star
    Holy Toledo
    Mama
    Put Your Guitar Down
    Sandman
    Saved by Grace.

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    Dylan Sneed - Texodus (2010)

    Dylan Sneed - Texodus (2010)



    Recorded in a rundown, remote cabin in South Carolina with a ragtag collection of capable sidemen, Texodus is Americana the old-fashioned way: It’s folk and country that sacrifices polish for heart and honesty. Over the course of its dozen cuts, Texodus plays out as a narrative about escaping the corporate rat race and discovering America by embracing the folks in the ditches. “City lights in back of me, distant as eternity” sings Sneed on the opening title cut, introducing the listener to the upcoming narrative.
    Not really living anywhere since, Sneed has crisscrossed the country playing with just about anyone in just about any venue. During this jaunt, Sneed has written a bevy of songs, some of which have found their way onto Texodus, Sneed’s debut full-length effort.
    On his 2007 EP, No Worse For The Wear, Sneed came across as a likeable, sensitive type who may have listened to a few too many Cat Stevens records. On Texodus, Sneed’s scope and vision are much broader. Drawing inspiration as much from the actual terrain of the country as from any musical influence, Sneed has created an autobiographical song cycle that joyfully reeks of miles spent on the road, looking for answers. And he’s even found a few. -- Dallas Observer

    The press has described him as an "A-list tunesmith" (Dallas Observer) and "a sober Townes Van Zandt" (SC Free Times). Kevin Oliver of the SC Free Times said "Sneed’s songs give a contemporary spin to the Lone Star country and folk of Guy Clark, Steve Earle and others, coming out more like the acerbically literate North Carolina songwriters Jonathan Byrd or Malcolm Holcombe."

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    1. Texodus
    2. The Garden
    3. Baby
    4. Selfish Boy
    5. Love You Like I Do
    6. Midnight Promenade
    7. Girls Just Want To Have Fun
    8. Prudence
    9. Climb This Wall
    10. Keep You Still
    11. All Around Me
    12. Under The Sheets

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    Yarn - Come On In (2010)

    Yarn - Come On In (2010)



    Come On In is this Brooklyn band's third release but you'd never guess the ensemble was a New York group at all, more a Wichita / Tulsa vibe than anything else, a smooth and hip blend of country rock blent with folk and somewhat in line with Blue Line Highway but more pronouncedly from the sidestreets and back alleys, places the rural postman has to travel a bit to get to. In past efforts, Yarn attracted the likes of Edie Brickell and Tony Trischka, and it's not difficult to see why.
    ...Yarn is a well polished folk-country unit drenched in rutted byways and hot broadacred suns, and Blake Christiana is a genuine, a gent who came by his laidback erudition the hard way, laying it all down for the audience to do with what they will. The musicianship and earnestness are first-rate, and the critical tie-ins to Gram Parsons quite warranted, though Blake is no imitator, just kindred, from another county, and talented as hell. -- acousticmusic.com

    Brooklyn’s own YARN is releasing their third cd, Come On In. This comes following two great releases; their debut cd YARN and their second release, Empty Pockets, a great cd which featured guest appearances by Edie Brickell, banjo guru Tony Tischka, and Caitlyn Cary (Whiskeytown).

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    1 Alone On The Weekend
    2 New York City Found
    3 Schenectady
    4 Down On Your Luck
    5 These Bars Don't Look Too Friendly
    6 Strikes & Gutters
    7 Abilene
    8 Yodelay
    9 Time Burns On
    10 Final Bow
    11 I Wanted To Get High
    12 I Gotta Go
    13 This Whole Zoo


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    Jeffrey Foucault & Mark Erelli - Seven Curses (2010)

    Jeffrey Foucault & Mark Erelli - Seven Curses (2010)



    On Seven Curses the American songwriters Mark Erelli and Jeffrey Foucault match an elemental approach with the elemental subjects: love and death. Under the banner of the Murder Ballad, Foucault and Erelli execute uncanny harmony arrangements with a list of songs that decidedly expands the genre: Blackie Farrell’s dusty cowboy ballad ‘Sonora’s Death Row’ brushes shoulders with Neil Young’s mystical narrative ‘Powderfinger’; Porter Wagoner’s darkly comic ‘The First Mrs. Jones’ makes a stark contrast to the bleak beauty of Paul Siebel’s ‘Louise’. Jaunty and doomed, the characters in these songs inhabit a world where everything hinges on a single irretrievable act, and a reckoning looms
    Critically acclaimed veterans of the Americana circuit in the United States, each having made a series of well-received solo albums, Erelli and Foucault team up for the first time on Seven Curses and the result is by turns rollicking and chilling, raw and poignant, a timeless interpretation of a classic American genre.

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    1 Philadelphia Lawyer (Woody Guthrie)
    2 Johnny 99 (Bruce Springsteen)
    3 Tom Merritt (Richard Buckner Edgar Lee Masters)
    4 Billy Gray (Norman Blake)
    5 Louise (Paul Siebel)
    6 Pretty Polly (Traditional)
    7 Sonora's Death Row (Blackie Farrell)
    8 Ellis Unit 1 (Steve Earle)
    9 Cole Durhew (Tom House)
    10 The First Mrs. Jones (Porter Wagoner)
    11 Powderfinger (Neil Young)
    12 Wyoming Wind (Mark Erelli)

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    The Locust Fork Band - Playin' Possum 1978

    The Locust Fork Band - Playin' Possum 1978



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    01. (I’m Goin’ Back To My) Alabama Home
    02. Wings Of Love
    03. Calico And Curls
    04. Back To My LOve
    05. Two Sides To Every Woman
    06. City Nights
    07. Overnight Success
    08. If That’s How You Want It
    09. Could It Happen Again
    10. Tuscaloosa
    11. Love Isn’t Easy
    12. Goodbye Train

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    David Olney - Dutchman's Curve (2010)

    David Olney - Dutchman's Curve (2010)



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    01. Train Wreck
    02. Red Tail Hawk
    03. If I Were You
    04. Little Sparrow
    05. I've Got A Lot On My Mind
    06. Mister Vermeer
    07. Covington Girl
    08. Way Down Deep
    09. Hey Sha La La La
    10. Lucky Star And Mr. Moon
    11. You Never Know
    12. I Only Have Eyes For You
    13. The Moment I Tell You Goodbye


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    Leon Everette - Greatest Hits 1987

    Leon Everette - Greatest Hits 1987



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    1. Giving Up Easy
    2. Don't Feel Like The Lone Ranger
    3. I Love That Woman (Like The Devil Loves Sin)
    4. I Don't Want To Lose
    5. Over
    6. If I Keep On Going Crazy
    7. Hurricane
    8. Misnight Rodeo
    9. Don't Be Angry
    10. Just Give Me What You Think Is Fair
    11. Soul Searchin'
    12. Shadows Of My Mind
    13. My Lady Loves Me Just As I Am
    14. The Lady She's Right
    15. I Could'a Had You
    16. Shot In The Dark


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    Annie Lennox - A Christmas Cornucopia (2010)

    Annie Lennox - A Christmas Cornucopia (2010)



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    01. Angels From The Realms Of Glory (4:00)
    02. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (3:33)
    03. See Amid The Winter's Snow (3:31)
    04. I'l Est Ne Le Divin Enfant (3:37)
    05. The First Noel (4:40)
    06. Lullay Lullay (Coventry Carol) (3:13)
    07. The Holly And The Ivy (3:37)
    08. In The Bleak Midwinter (3:31)
    09. As Joseph Was A Walking (3:59)
    10. O Little Town Of Bethlehem (3:33)
    11. Silent Night (3:49)
    12. Universal Child (4:14)

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    VA - Now That's What I Call a Country Christmas 2009

    VA - Now That's What I Call a Country Christmas 2009



    Now That's What I Call a Country Christmas is a compilation album released on October 6, 2009, as part of the (US) Now That's What I Call Music! series.[2]

    The album is the fifth Christmas-themed album in the series, but the first containing versions performed by country music artists, both contemporary and older artists.

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    CD 1
    1. Darius Rucker — "Winter Wonderland" (2:36)
    2. Brad Paisley — "Away in a Manger" (4:44)
    3. Julianne Hough — "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" (3:49)
    4. George Strait — "Joy to the World" (2:28)
    5. Lady Antebellum — "Baby, It's Cold Outside" (3:30)
    6. Brooks & Dunn — "I'll Be Home for Christmas" (2:37)
    7. Luke Bryan — "Run Run Rudolph" (2:52)
    8. Josh Turner — "The First Noel" (4:21)
    9. Kellie Pickler — "Santa Baby" (3:25)
    10. Trace Adkins — "It's Christmas" (3:16)
    11. Little Big Town — "Go Tell It on the Mountain" (3:46)
    12. Lee Ann Womack — "The Man with the Bag" (2:28)
    13. Taylor Swift — "Christmases When You Were Mine" (3:02)
    14. Kenny Chesney — "Silver Bells" (4:03)


    CD 2
    1. Gene Autry — "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" (3:06)
    2. Elvis Presley and Martina McBride — "Blue Christmas" (2:27)
    3. Merle Haggard — "Jingle Bells" (2:19)
    4. Vince Gill — "O Little Town of Bethlehem" (4:05)
    5. Alison Krauss — "Shimmy Down the Chimney (Fill Up My Stocking)" (4:20)
    6. Reba McEntire — "Up on the Housetop" (2:04)
    7. Glen Campbell — "O Holy Night" (3:53)
    8. Tanya Tucker — "What Child Is This" (4:03)
    9. Alabama — "Christmas in Dixie" (3:37)
    10. Brenda Lee — "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" (2:03)
    11. Kenny Rogers — "Kentucky Homemade Christmas" (4:11)
    12. Dolly Parton — "Hard Candy Christmas" (3:35)
    13. Amy Grant — "A Christmas to Remember" (4:15)
    14. Johnny Cash — "Silent Night" (2:01)
    15. Burl Ives — "A Holly Jolly Christmas" (2:28)


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    VA - Hit Country 2011 (2010)

    VA - Hit Country 2011 (2010)



    Tracklist

    1. Tim Mcgraw - Southern Voice (4:01)
    2. Lee Kernaghan - Australian Boy (3:11)
    3. Mcalister Kemp - Hell Yeah (3:44)
    4. Kenny Chesney - Ain't Back Yet (3:45)
    5. Carrie Underwood - Undo It (2:57)
    6. Doc Walker - If I Fall (4:00)
    7. Sara Storer - Calling Me Home (3:17)
    8. Catherin Britt - Can't Change A Thing (2:57)
    9. Adam Harvey - Better Than This (3:20)
    10. Peter Mcwhirter - I Will Stand By You (3:10)
    11. Steve Forde - Hurricane (3:58)
    12. Joe Nichols - Gimme That Girl (3:04)
    13. Miranda Lambert - White Liar (3:46)
    14. Gary Allan - Today (3:57)
    15. The Mcclymonts - Hearts On Fire (3:31)
    16. Shea Fisher - Getaway Heart (3:05)
    17. Jasmin Rae - Can't A Girl Change Her Mind (3:16)
    18. Troy Cassar Daley - Chasin' Rodeo (3:14)
    19. Emerson Drive - I Love This Road (3:45)
    20. The Band Perry - Hip To My Heard (2:59)
    21. Train - Hey Soul Sister (3:33)
    22. Dianna Corcoran - Thank You For Cheating On Me (2:28)

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    Jerry Lee Lewis - Live At The Star-Club, Hamburg (1964)

    Jerry Lee Lewis - Live At The Star-Club, Hamburg (1964)



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    01. Mean Woman Blues
    02. High School Confidential
    03. Money
    04. Matchbox
    05. What'd I Say, Part 1
    06. What'd I Say, Part 2
    07. Great Balls of Fire
    08. Good Golly Miss Molly
    09. Lewis Boog
    10. Your Cheatin' Heart
    11. Hound Dog
    12. Long Tall Sally
    13. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On


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    Willie Nelson - Teatro (1998)

    Willie Nelson - Teatro (1998)



    For whatever reason, Willie Nelson's Teatro -- like Emmylou Harris' Wrecking Ball -- seems to exist in a vacuum, completely set apart from his other recordings. It's untrue in either case, but especially in Nelson's. A scant year or so before Teatro was released -- and its recording sessions filmed in an old movie theater in Mexico -- Nelson issued his most brilliant album of the 1990s, Spirit. Island's publicists had no idea what to do with Spirit's subtle, unsentimental, moody, and sparsely arranged and performed songs, but the roots of Teatro lie firmly planted there on its opening instrumental, "Matador." As for Teatro itself, Harris is present on 11 of the 14 tracks. In addition, Daniel Lanois, the same mercurial talent who spearheaded Wrecking Ball, produced this set. The mood is set in an arid space where a forlorn mariachi band meets the Harmonica Man (courtesy of Mickey Raphael) on Ennio Morricone's score for Once Upon a Time in the West. Lyrically, Nelson is as ambitious as he was on Spirit, and rhythmically he's more so, but that doesn't necessarily serve him as well. Teatro is a fine record with its sadness and bitterness in "I Never Cared for You" and the Spanish two-step of "Darkness on the Face of the Earth." But Lanois is one busy guitar picker here, and it stands at odds with Nelson's more spare yet lyrical style. But it's a good tension. It works better on "My Own Peculiar Way," with the percussion floating and evening out the guitars. The touch of Afro-Cuban rhythm in "These Lonely Nights" is sharp in contrast to Nelson's relatively staid and conventional country melody. Here is where Lanois works his magic; he staggers an organ, an electric piano, an accordion, his own electric guitar, a trap kit, and hand percussion all around the beat without anyone playing dead on it. Nelson's voice is the only constant, and it draws the listener right to it. Nelson's cover of Lanois' "The Maker," with Lanois layering thick slaps of sweet, melodic distorted guitar over its intro, is amazing. Harris and Nelson work so well together -- throughout the album but on this track especially -- it's almost a shock they aren't always together. Lyrically, Nelson strides out ahead of all his late-'80s and early-'90s material, continuing the great strides he made with Spirit. Clearly, the slump is over here, and the poetry he spins is accessible, profound, and moving. Teatro is a special album, but it's part two of a story that began with Spirit, and both recordings should be heard in tandem with one another for the full effect. Striking, beautiful, and affecting, Teatro is a sonic film that displays its moving images in the minds and hearts of its listeners. -- AMG

    All songs written by Willie Nelson, except where noted.

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    1. "Ou Es-Tu, Mon Amour? (Where Are You, My Love?)" (Emile Stehn/Henri LeMarchand) – 2:43
    2. "I Never Cared for You" – 2:18
    3. "Everywhere I Go" – 3:50
    4. "Darkness on the Face of the Earth" – 2:33
    5. "My Own Peculiar Way" – 3:37
    6. "These Lonely Nights" (Chester Odom) – 3:29
    7. "Home Motel" – 3:15
    8. "The Maker" (Daniel Lanois) – 5:08
    9. "I Just Can't Let You Say Goodbye" – 4:38
    10. "I've Just Destroyed the World (I'm Living In)" (Nelson/Ray Price) – 2:52
    11. "Somebody Pick Up My Pieces" – 4:39
    12. "Three Days" – 3:07
    13. "I've Loved You All Over the World" – 4:18
    14. "Annie" – 3:51

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    Over The Rhine - The Long Surrender (2011)

    Over The Rhine - The Long Surrender (2011)



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    1. The Laugh Of Recognition (4:34)
    2. Sharpest Blade (4:57)
    3. Rave On (4:28)
    4. Soon (3:06)
    5. Undamned (4:33)
    6. Infamous Love Song (6:34)
    7. Only God Can Save Us Now (3:07)
    8. Oh Yeah By The Way (3:19)
    9. The King Knows How (4:33)
    10. There's A Bluebird In My Heart (3:52)
    11. Days Like This (3:59)
    12. All My Favorite People (6:42)
    13. Unspoken (1:43)


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    Over The Rhine - Best Of 2010

    Over The Rhine - Best Of 2010



    Over the Rhine is an American, Ohio-based band, the core of which is the husband-and-wife team of pianist/guitarist/bassist Linford Detweiler and vocalist/guitarist Karin Bergquist. The band originally began as a quartet with guitarist Ric Hordinski and drummer Brian Kelley. Hordinski left the band in December 1996, and Kelley continued to play into 1997 before departing. The original foursome has reunited a couple of times recently; first in December of 2008 at The Taft Theatre (in Cincinnati) to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the formation of the band and more recently, in the summer of 2010 at Ric's studio, "the Monastery," to play the album "Good Dog Bad Dog" live, in its entirety.

    Similar artists include Sufjan Stevens, Dawn Xiana Moon, Feist, and Patti Griffin.

    The band's namesake and place of origin is the Cincinnati, Ohio neighborhood Over-the-Rhine. Karin attended school in Barnesville, Ohio and graduated from Barnesville High School in 1984. She then went to Malone College, located in Canton, Ohio, where she met Linford. Karin and Linford were married in the fall of 1996 in Cincinnati and several years ago relocated to a pre-Civil War farm outside of town.

    Over the Rhine is now primarily Bergquist (vocals, acoustic guitar, piano) and Detweiler (keyboards, electric bass, vocals) accompanied by complementary musicians on albums and tours. Over the years, they have toured and recorded in many variations. They have shared the stage with a number of fine musicians, including Bob Dylan, John Prine, Adrian Belew, Squeeze, Ani DiFranco, My Morning Jacket, Hem, and toured as "adjunct" members of Cowboy Junkies.

    Over the Rhine's new album, The Long Surrender will be released nationally on 1/1/11. It recorded on California with Grammy winning producer, Joe Henry and contains a duet with Lucinda Williams on "Undamned" and two songs co-written with Joe Henry.


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    01.Latter Days - Live
    02.All I Need Is Everything - Live
    03.Faithfully Dangerous - Live
    04.Etcetera Whatever - Live
    05.Jack's Valentine - Live
    06.Moth
    07.Firefly
    08.Professional Daydreamer
    09.Nobody Number 1
    10.Let's Spend The Day In Bed
    11.Born
    12.The Body Is A Stairway Of Skin

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    Jason Boland And The Stragglers – High In The Rockies A Live Album – 2010

    Jason Boland And The Stragglers – High In The Rockies A Live Album – 2010



    Tracklist:
    01 – Hank
    02 – No Reason Being Late
    03 – Alright
    04 – Comal County Blue
    05 – Bourbon Legend
    06 – Tulsa Time
    07 – Backslider Blues
    08 – Down Here On Earth
    09 – No One Left To Blame
    10 – Bottle By My Bed
    11 – Gallo Del Cielo
    12 – Blowing Through The Hills
    13 – Time In Hell
    14 – Jesus And Ruger
    15 – Up And Gone
    16 – Rainbow Stew
    17 – The Party’s Not Over
    18 – If I Ever Get Back (To Oklahoma)
    19 – Outlaw Band


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    Willie Nelson & Sheryl Crow - CMT Crossroads 2002

    Sheryl Crow - KSCA Studios Glendale California 1994



    We got married in a fever, hotter than a pepper sprout
    Sheryl Crow - KSCA Studios; Glendale, CA [8.3.94]
    Radio Broadcast

    Traсklist:
    01 - Intro
    02 - All I Wanna Do
    03 - Interview
    04 - Strong Enough
    05 - Interview
    06 - Heart Of Gold
    07 - Interview
    08 - Can't Cry Anymore
    09 - Outro


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    Willie Nelson & Sheryl Crow - CMT Crossroads Culver City CA 2002



    Willie Nelson & Sheryl Crow - CMT Crossroads, Sony Pictures Studios; Culver City, CA [6.x.02]



    Television Broadcast

    I don’t know if you got to see this show when it was on television, but you should track it down, if you didn’t. It’s a great concert, and includes a sit-down interview, in the parking lot beside Willie’s bus, with Willie and Sheryl and the CMT guy whose name I can’t remember. Willie and Sheryl talk about their song-writing experience, the sacrifices of life on the road and the fellowship of playing music with friends whom you admire.

    Write CMT and see if you can get it, or beg them to air it again. I have a video I made from the show and it’s wearing out.





    Willie Nelson and Sheryl Crow met first in 1999 when they were part of a New York tribute concert honoring Johnny Cash. Nelson and Crow opened their CMT Crossroads taping with “Jackson,” one of the songs they performed at the Cash tribute. As they did in New York, Nelson played Cash to Crow’s June Carter.

    Their friendship has grown since their first meeting. Crow, raised in a musical household in Missouri, reveres Nelson as the “king of phrasing” and “the voice that was the soundtrack to my childhood.” Nelson regards Crow as a worthy musical colleague, an inheritor of his musical “outlaw” spirit and a fit audience for his dirty jokes.

    Nelson played an electric guitar throughout the night instead of his battered classical acoustic, dubbed “Trigger.” (Crow said her instruments have no names, but she might refer to them as “my little money makers.”) “My guitar,” Nelson explained, “is on the way to Amsterdam [for a European tour]. I am following soon behind.”

    The singers each took care to match the other’s vocal phrasing, casting sidelong glances at each other throughout their performance. Of “Let It Be Me,” Nelson proclaimed the duo “happy to be resurrecting a great song.” He toyed with the familiar phrasing and seemed to challenge Crow to do the same. “It wasn’t perfect, but it was tasty,” she said after the first take.




    Traсklist:
    01 - Intro
    02 - Jackson
    03 - Abeline
    04 - Interview
    05 - City Of New Orleans
    06 - Let It Be Me
    07 - Interview
    08 - Interview
    09 - It's So Easy
    10 - You Remain
    11 - Interview
    12 - Interview
    13 - Crazy
    14 - Interview
    15 - Interview
    16 - Everyday Is A Winding Road

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    Jim White - No Such Place (2001)

    Jim White - No Such Place (2001)



    Jim White's sophomore release on David Byrne's Luaka Bop imprint comes four years after the release of Wrong-Eyed Jesus!, an album that introduced him as a quirky, yet clever master of Southern gothic storytelling and lo-fi folk music. No Such Place is a brilliant follow-up and reveals White at his best. It's a bluesy, atmospheric-laced collection of songs about loners, ghosts, devils, love, and angels. Well skilled at providing listeners with a detailed look into his psyche, White simultaneously, and almost undetectably, provokes introspection throughout the album's 13 tracks. His songwriting is best exhibited when the album flows between gentle, dark, and spacy tunes like "Corvair" and "The Wrong Kind of Love," to all-out stompers like "10 Miles to Go on a 9 Mile Road," "Handcuffed to a Fence in Mississippi," and his unique cover of Roger Miller's "King of the Road." No Such Place is a classic storytelling affair. Continuing to draw from a lifetime's worth of experiences, including stints as a religious fanatic, drug addict, taxi driver, fashion model, and professional surfer, White generously offers up a collage of deeply personal thoughts and feelings. Although comparable to Beck's Mutations and Shawn Mullins' Beneath the Velvet Sun, No Such Place breaks new ground by pairing White's unique lyrical twists and vocal stylings with the slick production of Morcheeba, Sweetback co-founder and Sade musician Andrew Hale, DJ/producer Q-Burns Abstract Message, and Sohichiro Suzuki (formerly of Yellow Magic Orchestra and currently with World Standard). The result is a cohesive effort that's bold, bizarre, and beautiful. His tales, often witty and dipped in irony, stream underneath samples of crickets, howls, sirens, whistles, and an ample filling of ambient clings and clangs. White is a master of exposing his world, while singing the majority of his songs under the guise of a third-person narrator. Combining banjos, harmonicas, and jaw harps with thick lo-fi beats, record scratches, and samples, No Such Place is an exciting and fresh collection of music. Add to the mix White's tongue-in-cheek storyteller talents and the result is a strong album that proves that he's closer to finding peace with his past and optimistic about the journey ahead.


    Traсklist:
    1. Handcuffed To A Fence In Mississippi
    2. The Wound That Never Heals
    3. Corvair
    4. The Wrong Kind Of Love
    5. 10 Miles To Go On A 9 Mile Road
    6. Christmas Day
    7. Bound To Forget
    8. God Was Drunk When He Made Me
    9. King Of The Road
    10. Ghost-Town Of My Brain
    11. Hey! You Going My Way???
    12. The Love That Never Fails
    13. Corvair Reprise


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    Randy Rogers Band - Burning The Day (2010)

    Randy Rogers Band - Burning The Day (2010)





    Traсklist:
    01. Interstate
    02. Damn The Rain
    03. Too Late For Goodbye
    04. Missing You
    05. Holding On To Letting Go
    06. Just Don't Tell Me The Truth
    07. Looking For You So Long
    08. Steal You Away
    09. Startin' Over For The Last Time
    10. I Met Lonely Tonight
    11. Last Last Chance

    Personnel:
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    Geoffrey Hill (guitar)
    Jon Richardson (bass guitar)
    Brady Black (fiddle)
    Les Lawless (drums)



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    Ralph Stanley and The Clinch Mountain Boys - 1971-1973 (4 CD Box Set) (1995)

    Ralph Stanley and The Clinch Mountain Boys - 1971-1973 (4 CD Box Set) (1995)



    This four-CD set is a collection of the entire output of Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys during an astonishing three-year period in the early '70s. The albums collected here include the first appearance of Stanley's signature a cappella bluegrass-gospel, and feature the outstanding lead singing of the late Roy Lee Centers.

    The strong incarnation of the Clinch Mountain Boys features Curley Ray Cline on fiddle, Jack Cooke on bass, and Ricky Lee on lead guitar. Teenage Stanley disciples and future country stars Keith Whitley and Ricky Skaggs make their first recorded appearances here also, and Country Gentleman John Duffey stops by to max out the needles on the Stanley Brothers classic The Lonesome River. The band runs through straight bluegrass, gospel, old-time banjo songs, fiddle tunes, and Stanley Brothers classics, all with great confidence and style. Songs are pulled from multiple and diverse sources, including the Carter Family, old country, Bill Monroe, and even a beautiful Jesse Winchester son, "Brand New Tennessee Waltz." This set is for purists more than bluegrass neophytes, but no fan of Ralph Stanley or the Stanley Brothers should be without it. These albums broke new stylistic ground at a time when there was some concern whether Ralph Stanley could continue in the wake of Carter Stanley's death.


    Tracklist:
    CD 1



    01. I Am The Man, Thomas
    02. Take Your Shoes Off, Moses
    03. Death Is Only A Dream
    04. Brand New Tennessee Waltz
    05. Two Coats
    06. Bright Morning Star
    07. Come On Little Children
    08. The Prettiest Flowers Will Be Blooming
    09. Cry From The Cross
    10. Step Out In The Sunshine
    11. You're Drifting On
    12. Gloryland
    13. Stairway To Heaven
    14. Will He Wait A Little Longer
    15. Sinner Man
    16. Shotgun Slade
    17. Old-Time Pickin'
    18. I'll Remember You Love In My Prayers


    CD 2



    01. Joh Henry
    02. Pretty Little Indian
    03. Little Birdie
    04. Cripple Creek
    05. East Virginia Blues
    06. Little glass Of Wine
    07. Somebody Touched Me
    08. Sally Goodin'
    09. Working On a Building
    10. Rolling in my Sweet Baby's Arms
    11. Bound to Ride
    12. Mississippi Sawyer
    13. Goin' to Georgia
    14. All the Love I had Is Gone
    15. Will You Miss Me
    16. Katy Daly
    17. A little Boy Called Joe
    18. Six More Miles
    19. Cluck Old Hen
    20. That Lonesome Old Song


    CD 3



    01. Man Of Constant Sorrow
    02. Pretty Polly
    03. Maple on the hill
    04. Clinch Mountain Backstep
    05. Lisa's Joy
    06. Don't Ask Me Why
    07. All I Ever Loved was You
    08. God Gave You To Me
    09. Little Maggie
    10. Flood Of '57
    11. Old Country Church
    12. When I get Home
    13. These Men Of God
    14. My Lord's Been Walking
    15. Green Pastures In the Sky
    16. Give Me the Roses Now
    17. Honey In the Rock
    18. Hide Me Rock Of Ages
    19. 10,000 Angels
    20. Standing By the River
    21. Village Church Yard
    22. I Hold a Clear Title
    23. Bill Cheatum
    24. On and On
    25. What About You
    26. Gonna Paint the Town
    27. I Wonder How Old The Folks Are At Home
    28. Who Will Sing For Me



    CD 4



    01. Love Me Darling just Tonight
    02. Poison Love
    03. Ridin' That Midnight Train
    04. Lovin' You Too Well
    05. Nobodys Love Is Like Mine
    06. Cumberland Gap
    07. Shout Little Lulie
    08. Rocky Island
    09. Old Time Pickin
    10. John Henry
    11. Little Birdie
    12. Bound To Ride
    13. The Lonesome River
    14. The Fields Have Turned Brown
    15. Hard Times
    16. Train 45
    17. Gold Watch And Chain
    18. You Know I Will Be Lonesome
    19. The Orphan girl
    20. I Am Going That Way
    21. Brighter Mansion
    22. Who Is That?
    23. Going Up Home To Live In Green Pastures
    24. I Wanna Make Heaven My Home
    25. Rank Strangers
    26. Angel Band
    27. I Want To Preach The Gospel
    28. Dark And Thorny Is The Desert
    29. Great High Mountain
    30. A Rose Among The Thorns


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    VA - Country Christmas Collection (2009)

    VA - Country Christmas Collection (2009)



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    01. Brooks & Dunn - I'll Be Home For Christmas
    02. Floyd Cramer - Jingle Bell Rock
    03. Dolly Parton - Hard Candy Christmas
    04. Elvis Presley - Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane)
    05. Jim Reeves - Silent Night
    06. John Denver - Jingle Bells
    07. Jonny Cash - The Little Drummer Boy
    08. Kevin Chesney - Thank God For Kids
    09. Joe Diffie - Leroy The Redneck Reindeer
    10. Montgomery Gentry - Merry Christmas From The Family
    11. Lonestar - Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
    12. Lyn Anderson - Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
    13. Patti Loveless - Christmas Time's Are Comin'
    14. Roger Whittaker - Country Christmas
    15. Tammy Wynette - Joy To The World
    16. Willie Nelson - Pretty Paper
    17. Blackhawk - We Three Kings
    18. Chet Atkins - Away In A Manger
    19. Gene Aulty - Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer
    20. Ricochet - Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow

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    Marshall Chapman - Big Lonesome (2010)

    Marshall Chapman - Big Lonesome (2010)



    Marshall Chapman’s new release, Big Lonesome, was intended to be a duets album. But when her musical soulmate, acclaimed singer-songwriter Tim Krekel, suddenly succumbed to cancer in 2009, her plans were dashed. The period of mourning that followed has produced a remarkable collection of songs, a concept album about grief in the vein of Rosanne Cash’s Black Cadillac.

    Like Cash, Chapman wisely keeps her sorrow grounded in specific images instead of broad themes. “What’s that sound/ like something falling through the trees,” she laments in the album’s centerpiece, “Falling Through the Trees,” a song so rich in metaphor that it demands multiple listenings.

    It’s a bit of a departure for the raucous Chapman—who was once advised by Jerry Lee Lewis to not burn out—allowing her trademark piss-‘n’-vinegar sound to be tempered by a quiet melancholy. The result is a country album in the classic sense, full of heartache and longing. Big Lonesome might just be Chapman’s masterpiece.


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    1. Big Lonesome (02:54)
    2. Down to Mexico (05:48)
    3. Going Away Party (03:12)
    4. Falling Through the Trees (03:40)
    5. Sick of Myself (03:24)
    6. Tim Revisited (03:56)
    7. I Can’t Stop Thinking About You (02:55)
    8. Mississippi Man in Mexico (04:03)
    9. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry (04:00)
    10. Riding with Willie (04:36)
    11. I Love Everybody (09:53)


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    Justin Townes Earle - Harlem River Blues (2010)

    Justin Townes Earle - Harlem River Blues (2010)



    Justin Townes Earle's previous records were promising if uneven recordings that revealed a considerable talent trying to find a unique musical identity as a songwriter apart from his parental heritage. It may have taken him three albums, but Harlem River Blues delivers in spades what his earlier offerings hinted at. With co-production by Earle and Skylar Wilson and the backing of a killer, intuitive band, the songwriter drops 11 weighty originals steeped in American musical tradition yet bearing his own inimitable lyric and stylistic signature. ...Harlem River Blues is utterly balanced, skillfully crafted, and exquisitely written and produced. Earle proves that he is a force to be reckoned with; in these grooves he embodies the history, mystery, and promise of American roots music.

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    1. Harlem River Blues
    2. One More Night in Brooklyn
    3. Move Over Mama
    4. Working For The MTA
    5. Wanderin'
    6. Slippin' and Slidin'
    7. Christchurch Woman
    8. Learning to Cry
    9. Ain't Waitin'
    10.Rogers Park
    11.Harlem River Blues (Reprise)


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    Garth Brooks - The Hungry Years 1986

    Garth Brooks - The Hungry Years 1986



    Garth Brooks
    "The Hungry Years"
    Live at Willie's Salloon
    Stillwater, Oklahoma 1986

    The recording is poor quality and is only Garth and a guitar. Still, very cool to hear a young Garth Brooks do an acoustic set of covers and early versions of Much Too Young and Which One of Them.

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    01. Tequila Sunrise
    02. Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)
    03. Time Is A Bottle
    04. Rocket Man
    05. Steam Roller
    06. Piano Man
    07. Why Do Those Dreams Never Come True
    08. Mrs. Robinson
    09. Come Monday
    10. Night Moves
    11. Cats In The Cradle
    12. Mr. Bojangles
    13. Turn The Page
    14. Please Come To Boston
    15. The Boxer
    16. Redneck Mother
    17. Sweet Baby James
    18. Taxi
    19. House On Poo Corner
    20. You Never Even Called Me By My Name
    21. Guitar Town
    22. Only The Good Die Young
    23. Which One Of Them
    24. That's The Way Love Goes


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    Kiss & Garth Brooks - Hard Luck Woman (complete) 2009

    Kiss & Garth Brooks - Hard Luck Woman (complete) 2009



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    Kiss & Garth Brooks- Hard Luck Woman.mp3
    Garth Brooks - When You Come Back To Me Again.mp3(bonus)
    Garth Brooks Medley Washington, USA 2009-clip (bonus)
    Garth Brooks Medley Washington, USA 2009 mp3(bonus)


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    Ralph Stanley Clinch Mountain Country CD 1997

    Ralph Stanley Clinch Mountain Country CD 1997



    Ralph Stanley and producer Bil VornDick assembled a small galaxy of musical stars to make CLINCH MOUNTAIN COUNTRY one of the biggest all-star bluegrass recording sessions ever. The list of performers reads as a Who's Who that stretches the gamut of American pop music, including George Jones, Bob Dylan, Marty Stuart, Vince Gill, Dwight Yoakam, BR5-49, Gillian Welch and others.

    This two-disc collection of bluegrass standards is lovingly performed by artists who have clearly been influenced--even defined--by Ralph Stanley's legacy. (Many consider Stanley to be the heart of soul of bluegrass music.) There are plenty of stellar performances on CLINCH MOUNTAIN COUNTRY. Patty Loveless turns in an excellent version of the chilling, traditional murder ballad, "Pretty Polly," while Porter Wagoner offers a splendid rendition of "The White Dove," a Carter Stanley song that Wagoner first sang as a child. But perhaps the most memorable tracks on this excellent document of a bluegrass legend are "Thy Burdens Are Greater Than Mine" and "My Deceitful Heart," where Stanley and his son, Ralph Stanley II, share vocals.


    Personnel includes: Ralph Stanley; Shelton Feazell, Jack Cooke, John Rigsby (vocals); Bob Dylan, Marty Stuart (guitar); Ricky Skaggs (mandolin); Laurie Lewis (fiddle); Mike Bub (bass); Hal Ketchum, Patty Loveless, George Jones, Dwight Yoakam, Vince Gill, Claire Lynch, Judy Marshall, David Marshall, Joe Diffie, Gillian Welch, Ralph Stanely II, Rhonda Vincent, Diamond Rio, Jeff Raybon, Marty Raybon, Doug Phelps, John Anderson, Alison Krauss, Junior Brown, Connie Smith, Tim O'Brien, Porter Wagoner, Joe Isaacs, Sonya Isaacs, Becky Isaacs, Vern Gosdin, Jim Lauderdale, The Whites, BR5-49, Kathey Mattea.

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    CD 1:
    1.How Mountain Girls Can Love
    2.Shouting on the Hills of Glory
    3.Pretty Polly
    4.Window up Above, The
    5.I Just Got Wise
    6.If That's the Way You Feel
    7.Nobody's Love Is Like Mine
    8.Memories of Mother
    9.Lonesome River, The
    10.Old Love Letters
    11.She's More to Be Pitied
    12.When I Wake up to Sleep No More
    13.Another Night
    14.Gold Watch and Chain
    15.Thy Burdens Are Greater Than Mine
    16.I'll Take the Blame
    17.How Can We Thank Him for What He Has Done
    18.I've Just Seen the Rock of Ages

    CD 2:
    1.Pig in a Pen
    2.I Only Exist
    3.Lonesome Night, A
    4.Pretty Little Miss in the Garden
    5.Darkest Hour Is Just Before Dawn, The
    6.Stone Walls and Steel Bars
    7.Beautiful Star of Bethlehem
    8.Let Me Love You One More Time
    9.White Dove, The
    10.Will You Ever Miss Me at All
    11.Lonesome Banjo
    12.Are You Afraid to Die
    13.Way Down Deep
    14.If I Lose
    15.I'm Going That Way
    16.Gathering Flowers for the Master's Bouquet
    17.My Deceitful Heart
    18.Bright Morning Star


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    Merle Haggard 2 concerts

    Merle Haggard 1980 NYC FM



    A really rare boot...but not anymore. Merry Christmas.
    1980 Merle Haggard Country Sessions broadcast from the Lone Star Cafe, NYC with commercials. From vinyl.

    Traсklist:

    1. Intro:
    2. The Fightin' Side Of Me
    3. Medley: Mama Tried/Red Bandana/Swinging Doors
    4. Commercial
    5. Medley: Workin' Man Blues/Always Late
    6. Today I Started Loving You Again
    7. Commercial
    8. Cindy
    9. It's Been A Great Afternoon
    10. Wake Up
    11. Commercial
    12. Ramblin' Fever
    13. Trouble In Mind
    14. Commercial
    15. Medley: Honky Tonk Night Time Man/Old Man From The Mountain
    16. Okie From Muskogee


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    Merle Haggard & The Strangers
    March 23, 2005
    Fillmore Auditorium
    Denver, Colorado
    Great sound. Got from resurrecting the otter's cheese.

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    01. Runaway Train
    02. Big City
    03. I Think I'll Just Stay Here And Drink
    04. That's The Way Love Goes
    05. Folsom Prison Blues
    06. Mama Tried
    07. Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down
    08. Take Me Back To Tulsa
    09. Corina, Corina
    10. That's The News
    11. If I Could Only Fly
    12. I'm An Old Man Trying To Live While I Can
    13. The Fightin' Side Of Me
    14. Silver Wings
    15. Ramblin Fever
    16. Okie from Muskogee outro


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    Garth Brooks Magic of Christmas: Call Me Claus 2001

    Garth Brooks Magic of Christmas: Call Me Claus 2001



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    01. Call me Claus (2:08) (*)
    02. It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year (2:58)
    03. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (4:06)
    04. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! (2:07)
    05. Winter Wonderland (3:34)
    06. Mary Had a Little Lamb (3:00) (*)
    07. The Christmas Song (3:25)
    08. Baby Jesus Is Born (4:00)
    09. Sleigh Ride (3:28)
    10. Silver Bells (3:35)
    11. (There's No Place Like) Home for the Holidays (2:19)
    12. Zat You, Santa Claus (2:33) (*)
    13. The Wise Men's Journey (instrumental) (1:30)
    14. O Little Town of Bethlehem (3:03)


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    The Scott Little Band - Barbed Wire And Engine Blocks 2010

    The Scott Little Band - Barbed Wire And Engine Blocks 2010



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    1. Mexico 3:05
    2. Cowboy Hat Tattoo 4:22
    3. Good Love Dies 5:08
    4. Kiss My Cheverolet 4:14
    5. Stumpwater 4:15
    6. Stepping Stones 4:59
    7. Burning Bridges 2:50
    8. Down On Me 3:34
    9. Tbjb Intro 0:41
    10. The Ballad of Jacob Brown 3:53
    11. Until You 4:11
    12. Driving Away 3:30
    13. Love's Not Enough 2:48
    14. Ferris Wheel 4:34


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    Adam Klein - Wounded Electric Youth (2010)

    Adam Klein - Wounded Electric Youth (2010)



    Wounded Electric Youth is a bold move for Adam Klein. Coming off the back of a more traditional approach to making music, his third album could so easily have alienated his more rootsy following and left him adrift in the choppy waters of the sell out. The fact he went ahead and made it anyway is a credit to him and, thanks in no small part to producer/multi instrumentalist AJ Adams the result is one of the finest albums of the year.

    This is a treasure trove of song writing from opening track Drifter where wispy backing vocals really do drift above the intertwining riffs of guitar and organ. Exquisite use of effects never quite cross the line into over indulgence as Klein conjures scenarios of daydreaming and skinny dipping in the sunny south. And almost as an afterthought, the lap steel and ukulele strike you as perfect accompaniments to this new, lusher direction to his sound. Klein displays a sense of subtlety rare in the ego driven world of the modern music scene. This is only partly due to the fact he is master of his own material. He knows exactly what's needed where, when and in what quantity (another nod here to Adams). A good example is Griffin's Song. The effect of simple heartfelt lyrics and tasteful brass is enhanced tenfold when the lead guitar, sax and organ climax before coming slowly in to land right on cue, all masterfully handled. Brass is used to great effect to give just a tiny hint of jazz/blues to proceedings . Any less and it wouldn't provide this effect. Any more and and it would be out of place. And yet there is no sense of it being overly contrived. It's all so natural, as is David Blackman's fiddle on next track Wayward Son which has its roots in country music the way country music was meant to sound. The team of musicians Klein has assembled are all of the very highest calibre. The art of storytelling which was so prominent in Klein's last album “Western Tales and Trails” is again present here and comes to the fore in “Of Pirates and Vagabonds”, while the imagery and colour portrayed throughout the album is a delight. “12th and Porter” brings the album to a close as if at the end of a long, but wholesome journey, and leaves an impression that if musical style and direction is any indication of an artists creative perspective then Adam Klein was in a good place when this record was conceived. Even the melancholy numbers display wry undercurrents of hope and Klein is adept at extracting positive energy from his downbeat side. Classy is the word that springs to mind when listening to Wounded Electric Youth. It is a confident and assured step forward for Klein, not that going sideways would have, in his case, been a bad thing.

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    1. Driftin'
    2. To Be a Loner
    3. Anna (You Were Supposed to Be Mine)
    4. Call My Name
    5. Of Pirates & Vagabonds
    6. Griffin's Song
    7. Wayward Son
    8. Fairy Tale
    9. Tired Afternoon (Out for Love)
    10. Once in Paris
    11. 12th & Porter

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    Shannon McNally - Western Ballad 2011

    Shannon McNally - Western Ballad 2011



    Recently I received the above listed CD towards the release of which I made a small contribution through Kickstarter. So, let’s get to it!

    The CD starts off almost as well as I could hope. “Memory of a Ghost” combines a great tune, great singing, and a playful musical mix that suits the lyric well. If there’s a complaint, it’s that her collaborator’s (Mark Bingham) voice, playing the role of the ghost, is a bit muddied in the mix. Next is “High,” a reverb soaked song about, well, feeling good, but more from joy rather than from indulgence.

    “When I Am Called” moves towards an Americana/folk style that contrarily holds fast to the guitar reverb. Again, it’s a vocal showcase, though not a one blessed with a particularly deep lyric. “Western Ballad,” the title track, is an Alan Ginsberg poem that invites speculation on the loss of love and the loss of life, punctuated by a military snare. It’s not particularly cheery, and it’s an interesting choice for the album title, though not textually misleading as her style mixes folk, Native American elements, and, to my regret, Country (or as it used to be known, Country & Western).

    And that’s the musical style that we find ourselves with “True Possession,” which seems to be about finding strength in oneself. I think, anyway, as lyrics were not included. Nevertheless, it’s a song that I’d be interested in hearing with a more aggressive rock or blues attitude. The over-the-top country guitar licks at the end of the song subtract.

    Next up is “Tristesse Oubliee,” which is sung entirely in French. As the CD was recorded in New Orleans, I’m certain it has a personal meeting, possibly a forgotten sadness if Google was any help at all. Despite its merits, I’m just one of those people that runs when I hear pedal steel.

    “Thunderhead” would be my favorite song on the CD were it not for an unworthy refrain. It’s a lilting song with a vocal style similar to Richard Ashcroft (of The Verve); it just needs a musical hook. Perhaps she’ll revisit this styling in the future. “Rock and Roll Angels,” despite its promising title, is a rather plodding C&W affair. The timbre and nuance in McNally’s voice is suited to a number of styles – this one just doesn’t appeal to me.

    When I see “Toast,” I can’t help but think bread with butter… maybe some grape jelly if there’s time. It might help if this song were titled “A Toast" or “I Toast” just to clear the expectations for people like who get preoccupied when 1 + 1 fall just short of 2. It has fairly straightforward pop appeal and is an enjoyable song.

    The militia snares return with collaborator/producer Mark Bingham’s “Little Stream of Whiskey,” … with a sort of C&W “good times” feel to it. The best part of this song is that it stretches McNally’s voice to lovely effect. The nuances when she descends to a speaking voice harken back to “The Hard Way” off her fantastic 2005 release, Geronimo. Though, well, there’s that pedal steel again…

    The CD closes with “In My Own Second Line,” a song which her producer says “reflects the affliction of madness to the degree that the singer is truly in their own world and in their own marching parade.” I don’t quite pick that up, but it’s a suitable notion to close an effort that finds McNally delivering a more cohesive, relaxed, and enjoyable performance than when last heard on 2009’s uneven Coldwater.

    I don’t know that Western Ballad will win new fans, but it has a number of very good songs to strengthen her repertoire. She certainly plays to her strengths, with a spacious acoustic landscape that lets the inflections in her voice be heard. I remain a fan, but admittedly hope that she finds a producer who will collaborate less and demand a bit more. And, of course, one who doesn’t advocate pedal steel.

    Recommended Songs: “Memory of a Ghost,” “HIgh,” “Thunderhead”



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    1. Memory Of A Ghost 3:50
    2. High 3:42
    3. When I Am Called 4:13
    4. Western Ballad 5:46
    5. True Possession 3:34
    6. Tristesse Oubliee 3:29
    7. Thunderhead 5:09
    8. Rock and Roll Angels 5:29
    9. Toast 5:09
    10. Little Stream Of Whiskey 3:43
    11. In My Own Second Line 5:21

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