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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by telekaster1999, Jul 26, 2013.
Anybody else listen to it on xm? It was great.
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Guess nobody here likes Buck or Merle anymore.
I love Buck and Merle.
I also love Vince so I'm in, it's a no brainer.
I also heard it on XM and all I can say is WOW!
I don't like them any less either.
Pretty excited about it. I heard one of the tunes on soundcloud, sounded really good. It probably was due to his awesome Kelton Swade Tele. Too soon?
There was a 1 hr long radio show about it last night on KUZZ Bakersfield.
Looking forward to adding it to my collection, but why, why, why is there no Buckaroo or Workin' Man's Blues????
Maybe a volume 2 is planned....
Just picked it up at Best Buy.
Slipped it in the CD player and cranked her up.
I heard Vince, I heard Paul, I heard Don, I heard Roy, I heard Norm, I heard Tom, and I heard Buck & Merle.
OMG, this CD is going places.
For those of us who grew up on this music, it's Deja Vu.
For those just discovering this sound, it's a whole new world.
Country Twang is Back !!!
I have only heard the first two songs yet, but this is a really good record! Vince has a very nice guitarsound going on.
It's a great album! My girlfriend and I went to The Opry on Saturday night and bought an early-release copy. Then I got to fulfill a lifelong dream and meet the man himself so I could thank him for inspiring me to play guitar for a living. He and Franklin were both very kind.
What an evening that must have been.
I got to play "Clarence" once after a Marty Stuart concert.
That was pretty awesome too.
Yeah, that sounds like a cool memory as well!
I'm still diggin' this album. I can't decide if I prefer "Foolin' Around" on Bakersfield or Dwight Sings Buck. That was a cool album, too.
I am a little disappointed. A really good record that I had hoped would have more guitar.
Fantastic stuff...who played the original steel guitar solo on Buck's version?
Here's a lame yahoo link:
Can you post a song list of tracks on the record?
Here's a rig rundown from Premier Guitar. Shot in Vince's studio. An interesting half hour.
Awesome for you! Great pic! I'm jealous! Marry that girl! But I'm not too jealous, 'cause this record is so good, all I can do is SMILE!
Paul, Vince, if you're out there sneakin' peeks at TDPRI...
EDIT: This album has inspired be to go back and listen to the orignals... It makes me think how far ahead of their time both of these men were, especially Buck Owens. :idea:
Haha! Thanks. Regarding the girl....I plan on it. Haha!
Been listening to it. Amazing treatments of the songs. I'm one of the few whippersnappers who knew all the B-sides they covered.
I'm addicted to their cover of "Fightin' Side Of Me". So much so that I just got done laying all the tracks down for my own treatment of their treatment.
And if you share your treatment of their treatment, maybe it'll inspire my to do my treatment of your treatment of their treatment. I'm sure I'll break into some sort of time warp or parallel universe at this time.
I'm absolutely giddy listening to this album. It's a whole lot of fun.