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Post subject:   PostPosted: Apr 06, 2006 - 01:51 PM
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Would the Byrds qualify as country-rock? Where's cityboy when you really need him, he could clear it up...

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Clearing out... PM if interested, can hold up to 8 before shipping. US shipping $3.00 1st, add 50c others up to $5... cash, money order, or paypal (add $1).
 
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My favourite Country album is without a doubt Johnnt Cash at San Quentin, I aslo believe this to be John's best album. ...."I've seen them come go and I've seen them die and long ago I stoped asking why."
 
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Hank Williams, Sr

any of his 78's are okay by me.

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My all time fave is Jim Ed Brown-This Is My Beat great Viet Nam era Honky Tonk/ country.
 
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dagwood.bumstead wrote:
Would the Byrds qualify as country-rock?.


I agree w/Dag, but I might get laughed at for a few of my country-head faves:

Ecology- Evolution (Happy Tiger)
I need to thank countless Guilders for turning me on to some country I might have just
bypassed. While not still my fave genre of the era, I have many that just take me to
another place, every now & then..... thank you! Merry Christmas everyone Very Happy

PS: I like that gold single by The Road Apples (1970s) 'Budweiser Beer'; pure roadhouse
 
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ShadySam wrote:
PS: I like that gold single by The Road Apples (1970s) 'Budweiser Beer'; pure roadhouse

The same Road Apples that had a minor hit with "Let's Live Together" on Polydor, mid-1970s?
 
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Okay, I noticed my (gold wax) 45 listed as 'The Road Ducks' (Eastern, no date listed but
I think mid-70s... grab this one if you see it, its friggin' great).

Yeah, annaloog you're right, The Road Apples must be a different band (?)
 
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my fav has to be----"lester road hog moran and his cadillac cowboys live at the johnny mack brown high school" a close second would be the village people -- i just love modern C&W music

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i think i have that record:lester road hog moran and his cadillac cowboys live at the johnny mack brown high school.i will have to listen to it again! Laughing
 
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Tommy Collins - This is Tommy Collins (Capitol 1959) - a great collection of (mostly) uptempo, funny Songs with great lyris.

Don Gibson - Don Gibson (RCA Victor 1958) - the great debut album, contains some great Country rockers and fantastic ballads. Nearly all RCA albums by Don Gibson are great.

Sterling Blythe - Live at the Showboat (Sage about 1962) - a great album ! Very cool album with great and mostly uptempo Country songs. The Sage LP is mono and has a pristine sound - clear and dynamic, the lp came out in red vinyl.
Beware of the Crown LP by Sterling Blythe - I recently bought the red vinyl STEREO version and it contains the same songs, but the sound is very different. It sounds like electronic stereo and the dynamic is gone and the record sounds muffled.

Johnny Horton - The spectacular Johnny Horton (Columbia 1959) a great LP ! Came in out in true Stereo and contains some really hot Country-boppers and rockers.

Johnny Cash - with his hot and blue guitar (SUN 1957) Fantastic album - Johnny at his best.

Marty Robbins - Gunfighter ballads (Columbia 1959) came out in true stereo - fantastic ballad style, all following Gunfighter LP's are also great! I love his very unique style of Martiy Robbins.

Hardrock Gunter - Songs they censored in the Hills
(Seeco 1958) - a great collection of songs, in the typical Hardrock Gunter style!

There are so many more LPs to mention...
 
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