"Gotta get this. I fell in love with Clark's songs right from the "Mr. Tambourine Man" album. "I Knew I'd Want You" is one of the greatest songs of all time. The chord progressions are Beatlesque , the…"
"Looking historically at alt-country, I wonder if the term really became popular in the 90s as the computer age had become well established and the "dot coms" were springing up everywhere. I remember seeing alt.country being used a…"
"I agree that the DRB was one of the greatest country bands in the 80's, but "Younger Than Yesterday" and "The Notorious Byrd Brothers" are among the greatest albums OF ALL TIME -- in no small part because Chris was coming…"
"I guess no one knows Bob. He's always wanted it that way. To have been around for "Freewheelin'" and "Highway 61 Revisted," however, was something special and included a spiritual aspect missing from…"
"Changing the line weakens the song terribly. Since it's "daddy's arm," the chorus is obviously a child's point of view. In America, at least in the past, the belief in the suffering, death, and resurrection…"
"Very insightful article. I didn't know Buck's history, though I really admired his style with Don Rich singing that great high tenor and playing the Telecaster. What a sound! I think "Rhythm and Booze"…"
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