The place for old farts and jackasses (and those in spirit). For all that think Americana is a place for old rockers to retire comfortably and younguns to try to look like they came from Appalachia. Not meant to be a place to discuss labels but rather what has become of the real thang. Is it gone forever? It's mainly for those I feel are somewhat left out here, that love country and know it when they hear it, and have no place else left to go.See More
"Lot's to choose from but here goes:
The Spoons - Arias and Symphonies, a Toronto band from the early 80's what I call Techno-twang and not for everyone but very intense music you can dance too.
Emmylou Harris - Wrecking…"
"Just some picks: Gram Parsons and the Fallen Angels Live 1973, Whiskeytown - Faithless Street, The Far West, Jeffrey Foucault - Horse Lattiudes,and Shoot the Moon Right Between the Eyes ( songs of John Prine ,covered very well ) Uncle Tupelo -…"
"Lucinda Williams "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road" expaneded editon, with the live CD. Read a review that said the band didn't kick in on the live CD until the last three songs, but Pineola proved him wrong. The band is fired…"
"Thanks for the explantion of country as I too was born in the country worked on my family farm and milked cows, worked the land and now still live in the same house I grew up in and even though the cows are gone (over ten years now) father wanted to…"
This group is for followers, fans, or performers, of true country music. Most, not all, but most of today's so-called country is anything but country. This is a group to discuss true, pure country music.
"Shoot the Moon right between the eyes, songs of John Prine as covered by Jeffrey Foucault very excellent CD handled by a true fan as Jeffrey felt very honoured to be able to do this. Does not replace John Prine (and really who could?) but excellent…"
"Cold Satellite by Jeffrey Foucault and I thought Horse Latitudes was great and it is but this one really hits the spot. Excellent poems put to music with great guitar work and the right amount of pedal steel and those vocals. This CD isn't…"
"It depends on the album, The Trinity Sessions by The Cowboy Junkies to me are all slow, maybe Sweet Jane picks up a bit but over all I love the album for the mood it creates using originals and covers by Hank Williams and Patsy…"
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