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artist: Pinecats
title: Windy Ridge
Appalachian mountain music
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artist: Le Jaz
title: Sweet Jane
Our video is now up on youtube: https://youtu.be/Qdc5e7fSNpA Hope you enjoy!
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This is a Sleepy John Estes song from the 1930s. It was mixed by Jay Chubak. Loved this song so I had to recor
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Get a **free download** when you join The Rosinators' mailing list The Rosinators' version of this traditional
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artist: Jerry Mac
Jerry Mac sings Daddy's hands
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title: Martha Jones
Kind of traditional sounding....
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At a cross roads in life... what remains? Love, hope, faith, family...
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A collaboration with Tom Peterson.
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Jazzy tune about a morning Hunt... no animals were harmed in the production of this song...
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Words by Jack Blanchard, Music by Michael Warner.
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My home town, North Adams, MA. A bluegrass flavored tune.
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artist: Jim Stotts
cover by jim stotts(home recording)
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A song about life in Appalachia
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A song about greed, abuse, hubris and exploitation of the 99% of us who work for a living, pay taxes and do no
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MMissary
Country
Christian Country
"Carry My Tears (Remix)"
MMissary a husband and wife team Country to Country Rock to Light Pop for vocal music and Easy Listening to Alternative for instrumentals
Whisky Dixon
Country
Alternative Country
"Jonny my friend"
We are a country rock band with a future in the industy so look out.
Exebelle and The Rusted Cavalcade
Country
Alternative Country
"Harboring The Tygers"
Harboring The Tygers
Lightnin Harry Dee
Country
Country-Pop
"(WHEN YOU'RE) DRUG FREE"
All songs are written and performed by Lightnin' Harry Dee. Special thanks to Fred Gallagher (guitar) J.J. Fenderbender (drums) AND Elliot Baron (bass)...The LHDee Band.... In Memory of the late Frank Cutrona, coauthor and vocalist on I'm An Alcoho..
Vonee Rose Music
Country
Honky-Tonk
"Red Wine & Honky Tonk Lies"
Songwriter who writes most of her own music and records in her home studio using a keyboard and computer programs Enjoys cowriting with other artist Queen of Country Heartache was cowritten with Juanita Ford...
tunesmiff
Some Unspoken Rules for Writing Country Songs: Here's a little something I surfed onto that explains why some things don't get beyond the mailbox... but it shouldn't serve to keep a writer from really writing what's true... perhaps there's a middle ground... Seems to come down to the real basic question of for whom/what you really write, right? g -------------------- Some Unspoken Rules for Writing Country Songs John Ims ------------ Certain approaches are preferred. For example, the singer must be put in a good light. We must be able to identify with him or her. They can’t be a jerk. Another might be that women can be ...
tunesmiff
Henry Poole has left the building...: One good thing from not making the cut over on MySpace for the Henry Poole Is Here song competition is that we've received some interest in the song. Granted, there's some editing required because the title and chorus limit its "universality" somewhat (though that hasn't stopped songs like "Live and Let Die" or "Angie" or "Georgia on My Mind"). So we're knee-deep in re-writing a line or two to keep the message, but open the audience. And the old adage, "Good is enemy to the best," is nowhere more evident that in our efforts. We've come up with half-a-dozen "good" replacements, but not...
jnc4keeps
Do you really LISTEN?: There are various levels of listening that I want to share with you that you should be aware of, that you should recognize. But how do you get really good at listening? Practice. LEVELS OF LISTENING Sensory Level - where you let music or words wash over you without giving it any thought. It is passive, brainless, where you "feel" it. How many times have we ever been in a conversation where we have no idea what was just said? Emotional Level - where music or words speak to our emotions: For example, you find yourself daydreaming or reminiscing after a death in the family. You m...
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