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Off Topic-Country Music

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Jim350

03-30-2011 04:54:00




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I know alot of people that are on here like country music. It just goes good with tractors.
One of my favorite steel guitar players is Joe Wright.
He does a song on a video I would like to know the title of.

I think it"s Sing Me Back Home.
If anyone what"s to send me an email I"ll send the link.
Thanks




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Dick2

03-31-2011 08:11:30




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Jim350, 03-30-2011 04:54:00  
I only listen to two kinds of music: OLD C&W and classical w/stringed instruments.

Can't stand someone pounding away on a piano and absolutely hate Rock N Roll.

I've got CD's; can't tolerate 90% of what they play on the radio these days.



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Jim350

03-31-2011 12:47:01




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Dick2, 03-31-2011 08:11:30  
That"s nice but what does it have to do with anything.

Strange.



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Roger Nolin

03-30-2011 18:34:44




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Jim350, 03-30-2011 04:54:00  
just type in the search box at the top of screen Joe Wright sing me back home. and several you tube videos come up.



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Jim350

03-31-2011 12:48:12




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Roger Nolin, 03-30-2011 18:34:44  
I know. That song is titled sing me back home.
The other vidoe has no song title.



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kendak

03-30-2011 10:00:35




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Jim350, 03-30-2011 04:54:00  
new stuff not country .. I listen to Stonewall Jackson, George Jones, Lefty Frizzel or Hank Sr....slip in a little ZZ Top or Steve Earle [singing Copperhead Road] when I get tired.....Kent



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old

03-30-2011 09:00:17




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Jim350, 03-30-2011 04:54:00  
Sorry you can keep your 3-D music give me good old rock and roll



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Lester Elwood

03-30-2011 06:01:46




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Jim350, 03-30-2011 04:54:00  
I dont care much for the sound of a steel guitar or the sound of the country music today but give me the sound of a good ole hound dog dobro and uve then have something to listen too. I started listening to Shot Jackson on WWVA when I is about 14 yrs old. He was part of the Clark Family Band on Hee Haw



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Jim350

03-31-2011 12:51:08




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Lester Elwood, 03-30-2011 06:01:46  
Ok, but back to my question.



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Ted J

03-30-2011 05:55:28




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Jim350, 03-30-2011 04:54:00  
One of my favorite steel guitar players is Barbra Mandrell. The OLD country music. This junk now is not country.



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Jim350

03-30-2011 06:06:20




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Ted J, 03-30-2011 05:55:28  
You got that right.
That is why I listen to Eddie Stubbs every night on WSM online.

Tune in tonight at 7 central for Way Back Wednesday. Eddie digs way back into the country music vault.

Send me an email if you like steel guitar played right.



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Jim350

03-30-2011 13:29:40




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Jim350, 03-30-2011 06:06:20  
Well it seems that nobody can read.



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Jim350

03-30-2011 13:58:04




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Jim350, 03-30-2011 13:29:40  
I just wanted someone to help me identify a song.
Not a what I like or don't like session.



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old

03-30-2011 20:47:39




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Jim350, 03-30-2011 13:58:04  
Well I know in my case if you had worded it so I knew what you where saying I would not have posted in the first place but the way you did it, it sounded like you where asking about the song not who did it. Either way I hate country and western stuff. Sorry about not understanding what you where saying



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Jim350

03-31-2011 12:49:34




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to old, 03-30-2011 20:47:39  
Accepted.



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kendak

03-30-2011 17:42:50




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Jim350, 03-30-2011 13:58:04  
best thing to do would be to stay "on topic" if you don't like the replys



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Jim350

03-30-2011 18:42:29




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to kendak, 03-30-2011 17:42:50  
Sometimes on topic replies are just as bad.
Nothing to do with the question.



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kendak

03-30-2011 20:04:30




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Jim350, 03-30-2011 18:42:29  
you're right...take care ..Kent



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Riverslim

03-30-2011 16:48:05




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Jim350, 03-30-2011 13:58:04  
That's always seems to be the way on discussion forums. Everybody just puts down what first comes to their mind, Merle Haggard came out with "Sing Me Back Home" in 1968. Haven't heard the version you're interested in.



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Jim350

03-30-2011 18:40:06




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 Re: Off Topic-Country Music in reply to Riverslim, 03-30-2011 16:48:05  
Riverslim, Go to Youtube and enter:

Mr Joe Wright = 03

He get's fancy after the guitar break.
With all the licks and slants it is hard for me to pinpoint the title.
It sounds like Sing Me Back Home.
He is fun to watch also. Makes alot of faces.



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