Post by quinnmartin on Nov 8, 2008 12:26:50 GMT -5
Here's a few by my favorite band of all time - Whiskeytown.
First up, from their searing ACL set from 1998, "Dancing with the Women at the Bar"...a track from their 1997 album Stranger's Almanac. Though this live version is radically different than the album cut.
Also from their appearance on ACL, "Yesterday's News", also a track from Stranger's Alamanac.
And lastly, again from ACL, is "The Battle". This one never made any records, but it was always a live favorite. It really shows off one of the things that made them so great, the harmonizing between Ryan Adams & Caitlin Cary.
Sometime's a guy's gotta ride the bull, am I right? Later, skater.
well I don't remember seeing any country on here so just in case anyone out there hasn't heard Dwight Yoakam I'm gonna put a few of his here...I like classic-sounding country or at least country that doesn't sound like Faith Hill, Dixie Chicks, Brooks & Dunn, Shania Twain, Tim McGraw...you get the idea. Anyway outside of Hank Williams(Sr.) Dwight Yoakam might be my favorite country artist around. (Other favorites include Lefty Frizzell, Buck Owens, Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline, Willie Nelson etc.)
The Sad Side Of Town
Two Doors Down
Last Edit: Nov 17, 2008 14:09:29 GMT -5 by NardDog
I found this mix that I did with a buddy a couple of years ago involving Mexican, Spanish, Cuban and Los Angeles based records from the 60s and 70s. It ranges from garage rock ballads to covers to funk. I figured that I'd share.