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Business won’t pick up appreciably until after WWII
A Western swing standard
In other news…
Another Jimmie Rodgers imitation
A talent void
When dollars are tight, you go with the safe bet
Rodgers merging Delta blues into the country tradition
A mixture of jazz, blues, and Southern Appalachian fiddle
He’s a major figure in the history of country music who deserves more respect
Music about loss of dignity, loss of innocence, and loss of loved ones
More like a labor of love than a vanity project
Shot a man in Waco, just to watch him bleed.
He gave me a warm smile and did not shoot me
Rhyming “rose petals” with “death metal.”
Morris takes the reader on a personal journey
No speculation on what Gary Glitter might do
Worst band ever
The star power of Tubb most likely brought more attention to the Opry than the program did for the singer
They have a deeply dedicated and passionate fanbase
They have aggressively staked their claim to a vivid Southern gothic landscap
He lived fast, loved hard, and while he didn’t die young, he died on Faron Young’s terms.
He made people laugh, dance, and think at the same time
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He lived life on his own terms and we are all much richer as a result of his idiosyncratic journey.
He went from a legitimate to a fading superstar
They display his ability to simultaneously be a historian, traditionalist, and, at the time, a major country music superstar.
Universally respected for his talent, his honesty, and his steadfast underdog empathy
I literally wept
As good as people pretended the last Jason Isbell album was.
Like your children, you want the best for them
Hopefully, a few lives have been saved by rock ‘n’ roll in the process
There are a small handful of true geniuses that have worked in the field of pop music and Brian Wilson is one of them.
In the P-Funk universe, the drugs flow continuously, the dancing never stops, and Saturday night never ends.
“I told a story with the E Street Band that was, and is, bigger than I ever could have told on my own.”
It took very little for the always combustible parts of the band to explode in chaotic directions.
HEY HO, LET’S GO DOWN
On this leg of our voyage – mock executions, cross dressing, kicking out the jams.
Things to enjoy in this segment – peanut butter, Tokyo, serial murderers, peaches
If you loved The Replacements, no explanation is necessary
On this part of our journey – acid, burritos, brothels, lobster.
the punk rock Cher
There were several dysfunctional relationships within the band, leading to their breakup in 1969
We take a stroll through “Paradise City,” where the grass is green and the girls are pretty
Selling arena rock nostalgia by peddling volume over quality
Susanna Hoffs is just always nice to have around.
Barry Manilow in 2016 is no more and no less embarrassing now than he was in 1975
When it comes to popular music, individual mileage always varies
Fogerty comes across as a good hearted, high strung perfectionist who is happier catching fish than writing music
It’s a slow, Beatles influenced number about family dynamics