CDs

…And Don’t Lay A Hand On The Bay

by Scott on February 2, 2012

Even before I could fully appreciate the simplicity, beauty, and power of “Red Headed Stranger” it was one of my favorite albums. I’m talking about from a very young age. My parents had it on wax, and I think the only two albums I listened to more were a Jerry Reed Live album and the […]

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Guy Clark Songs & Stories

by Scott on January 5, 2012

My album for today is Guy Clark’s “Songs and Stories”, which is a new live album. Well, it’s new to me…it just came out a few months ago. Have I mentioned how much I love Spotify and how it lets me listen to new stuff on demand? Anyway, this album features great performances of many […]

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To Beat The Devil – Kris’s Song About Johnny

by Scott on December 29, 2011

I stumbled across this video the other day about one of my favorite Kris Kristofferson songs–“To Beat The Devil”. When we talk about the void of songwriting in today’s country music, here’s a song you can point back to and say, “who’s writing stuff like this?” Besides the interviews telling the great story (and happy […]

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Hal Ketchum – Underated

by Scott on September 8, 2011

Hal Ketchum’s “Five O’Clock World” showed up on one of my Pandora stations last night, and I was reminded how much I dig this guy. Very subtle, very smooth voice, and very underrated. I know that “Small Town Saturday Night” is probably his best known and most successful radio hit, but I’m very partial to “Past […]

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Rodeo Songs

by Scott on August 7, 2007

I love ‘em! I was talking to a buddy at work today about our favorite rodeo songs, and I actually can’t think of a rodeo song I don’t like. I would have a hard time ranking my favorites in order, at least after the one I’d call the best–”Amarillo by Morning – George Strait’s Greatest […]

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I’ve been on a little Freddy Fender kick lately. The only songs I remember from him growing up were “Wasted Days and Wasted Nights” and “Before the Next Teardrop Falls”, but I’m hooked on “La Musica De Baldemar Huerta” (on Amazon)which was released in 2002. Been listening to as much Spanish as possible (trying to learn) […]

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