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Old 04-09-2012, 09:09 PM   #61
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Thanks W2R, but I can't I just can't listen to it.
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There's just something about country music that
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But, but....why did you click on the thread in the first place....

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He was hoping to hear Willie Nelson sing a "doo-wop" tune...
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I just had to voice my opinion about Country Music.
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Thanks W2R, but I can't I just can't listen to it.
Aw, gee! How far is that from something like Connie Francis in this top forties tune:



I understand and sympathize if you really don't like it. But I'd just hate for someone who loves music as much as you obviously do, to miss out on a whole genre possibly because of some preconceptions.
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I actually know that song, I can remember my Mom listening to it on the radio.
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I actually know that song, I can remember my Mom listening to it on the radio.
Oh, OK... I give up.
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I'm not about to try and persuade anyone who claims not to like country to change their mind but IMO, really great music transcends it's genre.

The artists and songs I really like, I really like because they move me - regardless of whether they are country, rock, jazz or other genre.
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One of my fav's:
Judy Collins - Someday Soon - YouTube
An Ian Tyson song. This version always makes me tear up. The minors tug at me.

This one, too. I heard it over the Atlantic returning from my first long term job in Europe and it told me I was coming home.


Later, I went north for a bit:
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Well...while we're up here:

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In your case, a white bear?
Like this one?
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Now, I cain't leave dis thread wit'out an in-your-face redneck C&W song:

You think C&W is bad? You don't know how bad.
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Country, not western...

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I always liked this version...Joan Baez's version is done in a hippie/folk style, not country...



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No one is 100% positive about the origins of this song. The general belief is that "Man Of Constant Sorrow" is a traditional American folk song first recorded by Dick Burnett, a partially blind fiddler from Kentucky. The song was originally recorded by Burnett as "Farewell Song" printed in a Richard Burnett songbook in 1913.
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Not a big country fan in general, but I love Willie Nelson.

This is one of DS's favorites, a non-Willie "Crazy" written/performed by Pat Green:

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I really like Pat Green! Ask your DS if he likes any Hays Carll, a similar Texas singer, Feever.
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I thought I'd bring this thread back up since 73 loves it so well....

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