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12/27/2016 10:50 AM

Was listening to some old Charlie Daniels and found a cover by Chris Stapleton

I like it better



Going thru old raw country albums while i drink the day away.

Waylon is coming up.
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12/27/2016 10:58 AM

No Jerry Reed?

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12/27/2016 11:21 AM

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"We don't rent pigs."

12/27/2016 11:33 AM

George showed up



Saw him a mx track up the raod,4th july 80 something. About 100 people there
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12/27/2016 11:36 AM

JAFO92 wrote:

He,i just listened to that. The ride cover is good to.

Just a rainy ass day here and couldn't find a reason not to drink it by.

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12/27/2016 1:25 PM

You should move Chris Stapleton's into the mix. Actual new country without the new country BS flavor you hear. One of the best CD's I have heard in a long time. Puts on a hell of a concert also. Fun fact and still find it odd, but he shot a music video at one of the hospital's that I was in management at. Small hospital in the middle of nowhere.

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12/27/2016 2:08 PM

I have him, Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell and Paul Cauthen on my usual mix.

I have no clue what that new country bullshit is but good lord it's awful. I'll stick to my Texas Country and the old stuff.

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Only 2 things that money can't buy, thats true love and homegrown tomatoes.

12/27/2016 2:17 PM

I think I could add that guy to my country mix of older stuff. Most of the new stuff I have heard ain't for me. I usually end up listening to a mix of George Strait, Chris Ledoux, Moe Bandy and the like when the mood strikes.

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12/27/2016 6:57 PM

Not one mention of Casey Donahew Band, Pat Green, Stoney Larue, Jason Boland, Brandon Rhyder, Whiskey Myers, Cody Canada, Robert Earl Keen, Jackson Taylor, or Blackberry Smoke? There is so much good music out there. Abandon the radio and get on Apple Music or Spotify.

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12/27/2016 7:03 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/27/2016 7:08 PM

I just added Blackberry Smoke to iHeartRadio it sounds ok so far. I will have to check some of these out. Thanks
I listen to outlaw country on Sirius radio sometimes when I'm in the mood.

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12/27/2016 7:14 PM

brlatm wrote:

I have him, Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell and Paul Cauthen on my usual mix.

I have no clue what that new country bullshit is but good lord it's awful. I'll stick to my Texas Country and the old stuff.

Speaking of Texas boys, you listen to Seth James? Love this one by him:

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"We don't rent pigs."

12/27/2016 7:42 PM

A good old friend since the 3rd grade loves Hays Carll and he wanted to learn how to play this song. So I taught him the chords. I don't do country but I made him sing it and I did the rest. He has never sung a song in his life. Not too bad. I'll bet hillbilly knows who Hays Carll is.

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12/27/2016 8:07 PM

borg wrote:

A good old friend since the 3rd grade loves Hays Carll and he wanted to learn how to play this song. So I taught him the chords. I don't do country but I made him sing it and I did the rest. He has never sung a song in his life. Not too bad. I'll bet hillbilly knows who Hays Carll is.

Yes i do. Saw him on Imus.

Had PBS on one nite and bluegrass underground was on,its taped in a cave between Chattanooga and Nashville.

Saw this guy and thought wow, he did "live oak" and "cover me up" i think it is. Jason isbell is awsome.

There is a lot of good new guys,eric church is one.

I wanted to get tore down on old stuff, i did,came back around and ready to go allnite,

Guess i will be drinking alone, bout the best really,

Hillbilly signing off

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12/28/2016 9:51 AM

Back on line.

Up with the sun,fixed a thermos full of thick jfg coffee and went on a walk about on the farm to clear the mind before family gets back.

Walked my fences from the frontage on the nolichucky river to backside of hillbilly ridge looking for hunter sign or tree stands.

Pulled up a log for seat and built a fire on the high knob of hillbilly ridge and sat listening to nature and the fray of a distant highway.

Turkeys and deer scratching out a living,woodpeckers,nut hatches,and 2 red tail hawks that have nested here for over a decade.

Looked at what I've busted ass all my life to own and felt pretty damn good. I hope to live long enuff to build my kids a log cabin on that knob.

Good times

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12/28/2016 10:21 AM

hillbilly wrote:

Back on line.

Up with the sun,fixed a thermos full of thick jfg coffee and went on a walk about on the farm to clear the mind before family gets back.

Walked my fences from the frontage on the nolichucky river to backside of hillbilly ridge looking for hunter sign or tree stands.

Pulled up a log for seat and built a fire on the high knob of hillbilly ridge and sat listening to nature and the fray of a distant highway.

Turkeys and deer scratching out a living,woodpeckers,nut hatches,and 2 red tail hawks that have nested here for over a decade.

Looked at what I've busted ass all my life to own and felt pretty damn good. I hope to live long enuff to build my kids a log cabin on that knob.

Good times



"You ain't no kind of man if you ain't got land." ~ Delmar O'Donnell
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"We don't rent pigs."

12/28/2016 10:49 AM

DirtyFilter75 wrote:

Not one mention of Casey Donahew Band, Pat Green, Stoney Larue, Jason Boland, Brandon Rhyder, Whiskey Myers, Cody Canada, Robert Earl Keen, Jackson Taylor, or Blackberry Smoke? There is so much good music out there. Abandon the radio and get on Apple Music or Spotify.

Add in William Clark Green, Josh Abbott, Eric Willis, Dalton Domino, 6 Market Blvd and Turnpike Troubadours and you gots a deal.

I listen to the Texas Red Dirt channel on Spotify. Good stuff.

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Only 2 things that money can't buy, thats true love and homegrown tomatoes.

12/28/2016 10:52 AM

JAFO92 wrote:

Speaking of Texas boys, you listen to Seth James? Love this one by him:

Never listened to that one Bobby. Not shabby, I'll have to do some more googling on him.

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Only 2 things that money can't buy, thats true love and homegrown tomatoes.

12/28/2016 11:42 AM

DirtyFilter75 wrote:

Not one mention of Casey Donahew Band, Pat Green, Stoney Larue, Jason Boland, Brandon Rhyder, Whiskey Myers, Cody Canada, Robert Earl Keen, Jackson Taylor, or Blackberry Smoke? There is so much good music out there. Abandon the radio and get on Apple Music or Spotify.

brlatm wrote:

Add in William Clark Green, Josh Abbott, Eric Willis, Dalton Domino, 6 Market Blvd and Turnpike Troubadours and you gots a deal.

I listen to the Texas Red Dirt channel on Spotify. Good stuff.

You are my kind of People!

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12/28/2016 2:07 PM

the best Charlie daniels song

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12/28/2016 2:16 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/28/2016 2:17 PM

Any of you guys listen to Cody Jinks?



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12/28/2016 2:21 PM

we play both kinds of music here, county AND western

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12/28/2016 2:22 PM

another classic:

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1/3/2017 10:16 PM

Roger Miller is a tortured genius of a songwriter.

He had the most number ones off an album till mikey Jackson beat it by one with 10.

King of the road is a hell of a song.

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1/5/2017 10:08 AM

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"You can't resist the louder pull..."

1/5/2017 10:37 AM

Doesn't surprise me a bit that Billy Hill has excellent taste in music. It's a bad ass cover. He and Sturgill are modern day outlaws.

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1/5/2017 11:15 AM

George Costanza wrote:

Any of you guys listen to Cody Jinks?



I was just about to throw his name in here.
He's really good.

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Yes, I know....guacamole is extra.

1/5/2017 12:20 PM

been digging this song lately

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1/5/2017 2:15 PM

Mini Elsinore wrote:

Doesn't surprise me a bit that Billy Hill has excellent taste in music. It's a bad ass cover. He and Sturgill are modern day outlaws.

Sturgill is one bad hombre, he gives zero fucks about what anyone thinks. And is an insanely talented songwriter.

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Only 2 things that money can't buy, thats true love and homegrown tomatoes.

1/5/2017 2:17 PM

peelout wrote:

been digging this song lately

Hard to believe Guy is dead.

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1/5/2017 2:19 PM

bsm121 wrote:

I was just about to throw his name in here.
He's really good.

You go to Gruenes Hall a lot? That is the epitome of good stuff comes to play there.

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Only 2 things that money can't buy, thats true love and homegrown tomatoes.