Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Craig Manning, Mar 15, 2016.
I'll have to check that out! Any thoughts on Margo Price? Debut hits store Friday.
Just listened to Logan Brill's album. Holy. Shit. What an amazing record. She's amazing.
I mentioned her earlier in here, because her album is also streaming on NPR. I really enjoyed it on first listen, but a little less on subsequent play-throughs. It's not quite a "love" for me. Her voice isn't my favorite and there's some cynicism in the lyrics that I'm not necessarily a huge fan of, but it's a well-crafted album for the most part.
@Craig Manning Obviously "I Wish You Loved Me" and also "World Still Round", "The Woman On Your Mind", and "Shuteye". I could really just say the whole thing though
"The Woman on Your Mind" is probably my favorite, and "I Wish You Loved Me" and "World Still Round" probably round out my top three. But I also really love "Where Rainbows Never Die." It's stellar top to bottom though. Glad you enjoyed it. Now maybe we can get @cshadows2887 to finally listen!
Never mind, I'm back to loving this Margo Price record.
So it's definitely more of a pop country occurrence, but I just needed to express my love of the fact that country still embraces duets. Especially these two:
Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood - Remind Me
Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson - Don't You Wanna Stay
Those songs are just beyond huge and really put the best light on the genre for me.
Gotta get in on this wonderful thread. My contribution, by way of an inaugural post:
is alt-country allowed here? that's about the extent of my listening to in the genre.
Any and all kinds are welcome.. Though if you post in here much it's a safe bet you'll be hounded to listen to more. Haha
Not a big pop country fan myself.
But I will add "Oh Tonight" - Josh Abbott and Kacey Musgraves to Garrett's list of recent duets. Don't know if that was a radio hit everywhere but in Texas it was.
We have a festival coming up in two weeks with such a great lineup. Turnpike Troubadors, Pat Green, Whiskey Myers, Statesboro Review, Cody Canada, Roger Creager, etc......
...and of course ZZ Top is headlining but nbd.
Did I talk to you on ap when I heard What a Crying Shame and loved it? I meant to.
Yes you did, and I suggested you listen to Music for All Occasions, which is the record that the song I posted is on
AP dying has me trying to write down as many recs that people gave me as I can find....and is making me realize I am a total deadbeat. Haha
Love both of these as well. Have you listened to Carrie's duet with Steven Tyler? Obviously not totally country, but I still enjoyed it.
Putting this record on now. You should make a thread or something.
Seriously more people need to talk about lucero. Feel like @OhTheWater was the only one I would talk about them with.
Hell yeah baby
I'm seeing Lucero in a couple weeks. And DBT and Old 97s and more
Been wanting to go to one of their summer fests they do every year for years but it's never worked out.
Lucero is definitely worthy of a thread. Love them.