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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by vikki, Jul 5, 2009.
Emmylou Harris-Born To Run
Great, thanks guys, I'm just home from work and I'm working my way through the list, some I'm familiar with, others not, I don't mind if they are old or new country.
If you can think of any more post em on up
You ain't woman enough to take my man
Don't come home from drinkin' (with lovin' on your mind)
Dolly Parton's version of Muleskinner Blues
Speaking of Dolly - Jolene
manager Homer Simpson
I'd also add Heather Myles to the list, especially "Live at the Bottom Line", seeing that you're from the UK and that one was recorded live in London. A bunch of her best tunes are on there.
anything kelly pickler
Anyone who likes country: 'Lil Mo. The wife got a cd of hers called Hearts In My Dreams and let me tell you this girl is awesome. The album has a little country and a little rockabilly. She has a real good guitarist. Took a couple listens but I love every track on that album. I plan on getting her other record soon. I think most will agree that she may not be the best lookin' gal ever, but her voice is so playful and sexy. You will not regret getting this CD. Please if any of you get it let me know how you liked it. Does not sound modern. Also why not play some Dolly? Joshua maybe. Old flames has a great chorus.
+1 on Miranda Lambert. Her latest album is excellent.
You won't find anything fizzier than this.
Even though I never had a female singer in my band I got so many request for "Satin Sheets" that I finaly came up with a male parody..
listen to some versions of My Baby Thinks He's a Train
Rosanne Cash kicks it up a bit.
I looked up 'Lil Mo on Youtube and it was a hip hop singer. You sure you got that name right?
Nobody mentioned so far Tanja Tucker...!!
if you want more modern stuff, try Terry Clarke, Amy Dalley
Martina McBride's Timeless album . . !!!
My girl has some fun records...
Tnx Woody. Surprised I haven't heard that good un before. Jamie
Check out Jennifer Nettles (Sugarland). They have a lot of upbeat tunes that will play well for the entire band. Especially if you have a male backup singer.
That's just love sneakin up on you.
Miranda Lambert Famous in a Small town.
Anita Cochran (she is amazing)
I know it's a slow song, but has always been one of my favorites when done well---Break It to Me Gently