Batterien dürfen nicht über den Hausmüll entsorgt werden. Batterien sind mit dem Symbol einer durchgekreuzten Mülltonne gekennzeichnet. Dieses Symbol weist darauf hin, dass Batterien nicht in den Hausmüll gegeben werden dürfen.
Innerhalb 24 Stunden (excl. und So.). Name: Clark, Guy "Best Of The Dualtone Years". Wir werden dies ebenfalls tun. Wir werden alles tun, um Ihr Problem gemeinsam zu lösen. LAND OF GROOVES. Kondition: neu.
Amarillo Sky 3:23. Die CD ist in sehr gutem Zustand, keine Kratzer. Kleine Beschädigung am hinteren Inlay. Sure Feels Like It 3:26. You Take My Heart There 3:30. Squeeze Box 2:56. Why Not Colorado 3:26.
Robert Earl Keen has been playing the Texas singer/songwriter circuit for over three decades, and as a guy who often favors the acoustic side of the country and Americana music scenes, it's no kind of surprise that he's crossed paths with the bluegrass music community, and it certainly makes sense that he's a fan.
Last of Their Kind, then, isn't trying to set a new trend (alternative old-timey), but capture the rustic musings of a generation of performers who are passing from the scene. As a mere document capturing the older style, Last of Their Kind works very well; as a musical statement, however, the album is a mixed bag.
Jeff Black has won a solid rep for writing impressionistic songs that are smart without forgetting the emotional undercurrent, and Tin Lily should deepen that feeling. The slow-rolling "Easy On Me" works like an updated, less sexist version of Dylan's "It Ain't Me Babe.
This is alt-country only in the sense that it's outside the commercial country mainstream, as the sound is rooted in classic country forms, particularly honky tonk. That makes the reflective sad ballads "Gone Like a Raven" and "Carolina" more melodic standouts in the context of the record as a whole.
Keen recorded the show, and the subsequent album, No. 2 Live Dinner, became a de facto greatest-hits album and an enduring favorite both in and outside the Lone Star State. The second time around, Keen brought along a few friends and fellow Lone Star icons as guests, including Lyle Lovett, Joe Ely, Bruce Robison, and Cody Canada.
It has been said that country music is basically a form of white blues, and if one listens to country singers hold forth on love lost, this old adage has a grain of truth. Deryl Dodd, for instance, sounds like he's been dumped more than once at the beginning of Stronger Proof, and he's more than willing to share his woes with the listener.
Richard O'Brien - There's an Old Spinning Wheel (In the Parlor) 2:44. Richard O'Brien - When You and I Were Young, Maggie 2:50. Richard O'Brien - Waltz for Bridget 3:48. Richard O'Brien - I'll Be With You in Apple Blossom Time 2:53.
The title A Hillbilly Tribute to AC/DC is bound to inspire some laughs -- after all, hillbilly music and the songs of Australia's most famous heavy metal band seem an unlikely combination. But when you think about it, the idea isn't so outrageous.
Robert Earl Keen - I Gotta Go. Robert Earl Keen - Feelin' Good Again. Robert Earl Keen - Gringo Honeymoon. Robert Earl Keen - I'll Go on Downtown. Robert Earl Keen - Lucky Weather. Robert Earl Keen - This Old Porch.
That means Martinez knows his country roots well, and draws from everything from honky tonk to Western swing to straightforward ballads, and that he leans closer to contemporary than alternative country.
It not only didn't produce a big hit, it led to a separation from her major label, MCA. When she re-emerged nearly four years later on the indie Dualtone, she was part of a wave of artists from the '90s who turned toward indies after being abandoned by the majors, a movement that resulted in a bunch of interesting records that found artists who played the Nashville game for the better part of ten years finding their true voice nearly a decade into their career.
Robinella & the CC String Band rippled the pond in 2003 with her band's self-titled Columbia debut. Columbia was hoping for something akin to Alison Krauss' success. It didn't happen. This time out, Robinella Contreras shows up on the adventurous Dualtone label.
The Lumineers - In the Light. The Lumineers - Sleep on the Floor. The Lumineers - Sick in the Head. The Lumineers - Ophelia. The Lumineers - Gun Song. The Lumineers - Angela. The Lumineers - Gale Song.