What do you think about country music?

Max Roscoe

Woodpecker
Most people know the Statler Brothers from Grand Theft Auto's K-ROSE or the Flowers On The Wall scene in Pulp Fiction, but I knew them from my Grandma's 8 track :D

Some of the best harmonies you will ever hear.

I always loved the line "an angel in hell in New York city, but I can't think about that now"... only years later I found out it's about a woman who leaves her man and becomes a single mom in New York City.

Their commentary on Hollywood was very precient:

Everybody knows when you go to the show you can't take the kids along.
Youve gotta read the paper and know the code of G PG and R and X
And you gotta know what the movie's about before you even go.
Tex Ritter's gone and Disney's dead and the screen is filled with sex.



 
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NoMoreTO

Pelican
A newer one on the radio I like. One of them came on when I was working out on the farm and put me in a good mood. Feels like decent, real country music.


 
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Renzy

Kingfisher
Many artists have covered it, but I always thought Waylon's versions of Gentle on My Mind was beautiful. Guy had an amazing voice:


The Dream - one of the last songs he recorded before his death


A few other hits I could listen to over and over...

Brooks & Dunn


Bellamy Brothers


Luke Combs - Even Though I'm Leaving

 
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