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Do you ever get tired of singin' songs
Like all your pain is just another fuckin' sing along?

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Do you ever get tired of singin' songs
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Both Charles Wesley Godwin albums again.
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I heard Colter Wall’s “Evangelina” on my way to take my kids to a day camp this morning, and now the song is stuck in my head.

I googled CW and read that he is a 20-some year old Canadian, but he sounds like an old country singer from the 70’s. Every time I hear Colter Wall and Charlie Crockett on satellite radio, they kind of stop me in my tracks!!!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lcDElCJorkA

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Beaverdam wrote:
Thu Jun 08, 2023 10:30 am
I heard Colter Wall’s “Evangelina” on my way to take my kids to a day camp this morning, and now the song is stuck in my head.

I googled CW and read that he is a 20-some year old Canadian, but he sounds like an old country singer from the 70’s. Every time I hear Colter Wall and Charlie Crockett on satellite radio, they kind of stop me in my tracks!!!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lcDElCJorkA


Colter Wall is the real deal, an actual cowboy singing cowboy songs like an old timer. I've seen him live a few times and he's got a great band. As for his voice I would've sworn it was Johnny Cash singing on stage. His self titled record is pretty effin good...

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Clams, when we get the band back together, “Pretty Effin’ Good” should be our first single!!!

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I love this record & hope at some point Sturgill goes back to rocking. The bluegrass is stuff is good & all but puts me to sleep.

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Beaverdam wrote:
Thu Jun 08, 2023 11:27 am
Clams, when we get the band back together, “Pretty Effin’ Good” should be our first single!!!
Can I be lead singer?
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Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit - Weathervanes
Turn it up to 10 and rip off the knob

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Sterling Bigmouth wrote:
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Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit - Weathervanes

Same. Good stuff, though it falls squarely into "if you already like him, you'll like this, but if you didn't, there's nothing here to change your mind"
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Janelle Monae - The Age of Pleasure
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really good

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lajakesdad wrote:
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really good
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New Isbell. I like it more than I expected to.

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Sterling Bigmouth wrote:Image
Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit - Weathervanes
This has wildly exceeded my expectations. The King of Oklahoma is absolutely stunning and on par with Outfit, Elephant, Goddamn Lonely Love, et al. Makes me think of Smitty.

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another incredibly strong from Steven R Smith.


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Do you ever get tired of singin' songs
Like all your pain is just another fuckin' sing along?

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Sterling Bigmouth wrote:
Fri Jun 09, 2023 12:57 am
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Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit - Weathervanes
First listen so I reserve the right to change my opinions substantially, but for the moment:

About half the songs are absolute killer, top shelf Jason which is pretty much as good as it gets. "King of Oklahoma" really jumped out at me. "Cast Iron Skillet" had a lot of pre-release buzz (though I only listened once) so it's not a surprise but I gotta say the buzz got it right.

Virtually all the rest are at least very good. Only one song that I simply didn't care for but since it's only one listen I won't name it yet. As an album, Weathervanes hangs together very well and that aspect of the listening experience will undoubtedly ripen for the better as I listen more.

Obvious DBT influence is obvious on a number of cuts and that's all for the better imho.

Obvious Little Feat influence ("All That You Dream") is obvious on parts of the vocal on "Middle of the Morning."

Obvious Neil Young influence is obvious to the point of distraction on the first part of "Miles."
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PS Most intriguing lyrics: "Vestavia Hills". "The boy genius is grown now..."
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Came to write the same thing re: Neil on "Miles."
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beantownbubba wrote:
Mon Jun 12, 2023 5:46 pm
Sterling Bigmouth wrote:
Fri Jun 09, 2023 12:57 am
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Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit - Weathervanes
First listen so I reserve the right to change my opinions substantially, but for the moment:

About half the songs are absolute killer, top shelf Jason which is pretty much as good as it gets. "King of Oklahoma" really jumped out at me. "Cast Iron Skillet" had a lot of pre-release buzz (though I only listened once) so it's not a surprise but I gotta say the buzz got it right.

Virtually all the rest are at least very good. Only one song that I simply didn't care for but since it's only one listen I won't name it yet. As an album, Weathervanes hangs together very well and that aspect of the listening experience will undoubtedly ripen for the better as I listen more.

Obvious DBT influence is obvious on a number of cuts and that's all for the better imho.

Obvious Little Feat influence ("All That You Dream") is obvious on parts of the vocal on "Middle of the Morning."

Obvious Neil Young influence is obvious to the point of distraction on the first part of "Miles."
I was sitting at a red light, listеning to Son Volt
"May the wind take your troubles away"
I could have been somebody's father, couldn't boil a pot of water
I was nineteen years old in 1998

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cortez the killer wrote:
Tue Jun 13, 2023 11:24 am

I was sitting at a red light, listеning to Son Volt
"May the wind take your troubles away"
I could have been somebody's father, couldn't boil a pot of water
I was nineteen years old in 1998

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