23 Songs

September 2018-Moving into the country and celebrating 50 years of Sweetheart Of The Rodeo and the music it inspired (and in some cases led to it).

1) WHY I'M LIKE THIS (Autumn Defense): Wilco spinoff with theis country pop beauty.
2) KIND WOMAN (Buffalo Springfield): Richie Furay's Buffalo Springfield classic.
3) HERE WITHOUT YOU (Byrds): Gene Clark was one of the pioneer's of country rock.
4) HICKORY WIND (Byrds): Gram Parson's lament for simpler times was the centerpiece of Sweetheart.
5) NOTHING WAS DELIVERED (Byrds): One of the highlights of Sweetheart was the introduction of some of Dylan's Basement Tapes material.
6) LADT FRIEND (Byrds): Brilliant Byrds single from Crosby -but it's failure led to him leaving the band.
7) SAY OH SAY (Courtney Jaye)
8) NEW DAY (Courtney Jaye): Newly discovered country pop artist.
9) SOUTHBOUND TRAIN (Crosby & Nash): Going south.
10) WASTED ON THE WAY (Crosby, Stills & Nash): So much is wasted on the way.
11) LANDSLIDE (Dixie Chicks): Written by Stevie Nicks, but this was the biggest hit version.
12) HOT BURRITO #1 (The Flying Burrito Brothers): More cosmic Amerian music.
13) SHE"S THE KIND OF GIRL (Gene Clark): All the Byrds were here.
15) I GOT A NAME (Jim Croce): Two of Gentleman Jim's best.
16) CRYING IN MY SLEEP (Jimmy Webb).
17) LAND'S END/ASLEEP ON THE WIND (Jimmy Webb): From the Land's End album.
18) IF I KNEW THEN (Lady Antebellum): More than Need You Now.
19) DRINKIN' PROBLEM (Midland)
20) BURN OUT (Midland): A new group who feel like they have made a greatest hits country pop album.
21) GETAWAY DRIVER (Miranda Lambert)
22) THINGS THAT BREAK (Miranda Lambert): From the wonderful Weight Of These Wings.
23) SOUTHERN MAN (Neil Young): Not country, but southern and relevant.


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