Showing posts with label george jones. Show all posts
Showing posts with label george jones. Show all posts

Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Best of 2008 -- Jamey Johnson: Somewhere between Jennings and Jones, song and interview

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One of my favorite albums this year is Jamey Johnson's That Lonesome Song. Below is an interview he did about the album and a YouTube slideshow version of the song Somewhere Between Jennings and Jones. He is definitely somewhere between Waylon and George Jones, although to my ears he leans toward Waylon, with a similar "outlaw" sound, with the pedal steel and fiddle. "Somewhere Between" also refers to the fact that Jamey Johnson music will always be shelved between Jennings and Jones in the record stores (hey, remember them?). It's always great to hear new country music that isn't Country Lite. I love this guy!

Somewhere Between Jennings and Jones

An interview on his album That Lonesome Song


Thursday, September 11, 2008

George Jones' 77th birthday commemorative heater

WFMU's beware of the blog reprinted a copy of this advertisement today, honoring the country legend's 77th birthday. And, even better, they have two downloads of George songs: Wino The Clown, and Relief is just a swallow away. Jump here to download the tunes.

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