Song(s) Of The Day


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I’ve been meaning to find Jason Isbell’s version. What a great song.


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That is fantastic. Really love this guys music, and his spirit seems to be on solid ground.


#426

Couldn’t agree more!!


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Lee Ann Womack, who did some Nashville crap in the 2000s, put out this really interesting album a few years ago: The Lonely, The Lonesome, and The Gone. Nothing Nashville about that album.

A couple of tracks:


#434

cause it’s you putting it up i’ll give it a spin when i have time.

SAVED.


#435

One more.


#436

Paul Franklin plays steel on the album. Some of it is pretty experimental. Although nothing quite like his playing with the Time Jumpers. I saw them in the Birchmere some years ago. Man, what a bunch of Meades those fuckers were, but they could play.


#437

That’s a nice Barney Kessel.


#438

Watched this last night. I thought it was just OK, then the song was kind of stuck in my head.

It is nice to see the Isbell’s helping out a lot of fellow musicians and songwriters. She’s a fine harmony vocalist and fiddler and he can play lead guitar that fits in with a lot of styles. Nice to see him playing old “red eye” on stage.


#439

What, you say, more alt-country chick singers? Indeed. Her name is Leah Blevins. We saw her open for Amanda Shires last year. Great voice.