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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by roknfnrol, Sep 22, 2017.
Does this one count?
Great solo...I sometimes forget that it was Buck that taught Don lead guitar. And Don Rich picked it up and ran with it.
See, now ain't folks different...
Red's version has me choked up, every time, well before the punchline. His version seems to have an honest, low-key delivery that just gets straight to me.
Mr. Waits' just seems like he's tryin' too hard, from start to finish. Embellishing something that don't need it.
There ain't no easy run
I think it's the arrangement that does it for me, more than the vocal.
A Tombstone Every Mile
This thread kept me up until 1 a.m. last night . Listening to some stuff I knew and lots that was new...
Thanks to whoever posted that Sturgill Simpson song. Somehow missed him, and now I'm listening to that album right now .
Also Little Feat! Haven't thought about them in years. Played with a buddy who loved them 20 yrs ago. Love threads like this.
I've Been Everywhere
Any calf branders fans?
Another by the branders. semi reference at 1:05. These are the drummer singing and he is an actual trucker.
Black Smoke Blowin Over 18 Wheels
Jackson Browne - Shaky Town. Generally spoke about how a trucker may have seen things...
I'm a fan of this modern truck song by Jonathan Byrd:
Six Days On The Road