theDingle wrote:This stuff is in my blood. I grew up not far from Bristol TN/VA, where country music was born with the recordings of ... Jimmy Rodgers
I revisited this here fixation thanks to that there Walk The Line movie about June Carter and Johnny Cash. What a great flick!
I dood!--she must write her own stuff, but still a bit of Carter Family influence there. Somewhere I've heard of Escarpment Blues before.2 of 3 wrote:Hey Dingle
Check out a few songs from Sarah Harmers new cd.
I remember that too, funny, and great book!maccastheman wrote:Speaking of the Carter family (incredible), I love this passage from Johnny Cash's autobiography...."Mrs. Cash, you really kick ass!" I laugh every time I think about that passage.
I haven't latched onto that CD yet, but I will, sounds like a goody.maccastheman wrote:I really like the tribute album they did for him simply called The Songs of Jimmie Rodgers. I think Bob Dylan executie-produced the album. Willie Nelson does a great version of "Peach Pickin' Time in Georgia." Van Morrison, Dwight Yoakam, Alison Krauss, and Bono are also on there. I remember watching Beck perform "Peach Pickin' Time in Georgia" with Willie Nelson on the David Letterman show when the album came out. It was really good.
I have a couple of CDs by her---she and her band Union Station do great vocal harmonies.esto wrote:Alison Krauss is probably one of bluegrass top names of today. Must say i like very much not so sugar-coated country music.
BTW just got home from cinema from Walk the Line movie, warmly recommend.
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