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3 Quality 2017 Country Releases

Artist: Willie Nelson
Title: God’s Problem Child
Genre: Country
Release Date: April 28, 2017
Length: 44 min.
Label: Legacy
Producer: Buddy Cannon
Personnel: Willie Nelson (lead vocals, guitar), Barry Bales (upright bass), Jim “Moose” Brown (keyboards, piano), Buddy Cannon (backing vocals, acoustic guitar), Melonie Cannon (backing vocals), Fred Eltringham (drums, percussion, tambourine), Kevin Grantt (upright bass), Ben Haggard (backing vocals, electric guitar), Rachel Loy (bass), James Mitchell (electric guitar), Mickey Raphael (harmonica, Jew’s harp), Bobby Terry (acoustic guitar, steel guitar), Tony Joe White (harmonica, guitars), and Lonnie Wilson (drums) 1,175 more words
Music Reviews

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit — The Nashville Sound — ALBUM REVIEW

Country music is the most recent genre I’ve grown to tolerate, enjoy, and love  as a music fan. Perhaps it was because I’d never grown up with country music and the fact that it was my perspective that there was no country music currently coming out worth being excited over, but for one reason or another it took me quite a while to get into it. 1,525 more words

Reviews

Europe To Release 'Walk The Earth' On October 20th

Europe are set to release their new studio album ‘Walk The Earth‘ on the 20th October 2017 via their own Hell & Back… 235 more words

Music News

Review: Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit's 'The Nashville Sound'

For my first album review, I’m going to talk about an artist who I’ve really come around to liking. Over the past few years, Jason Isbell, a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Alabama has gained plenty of critical acclaim as one of the best songwriters working in alternative country, heck, in country period. 1,104 more words

Alternative Country

Album Review: Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit – ‘The Nashville Sound’

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

That Nashville Sound

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At the risk of sounding like a broken record, I’m always amazed at the frequency by which Jason Isbell releases new music, every two years, a pace largely unheard of for an artist of his ilk and prestige who isn’t bound by the regimental restrictions of mainstream country music. 881 more words

Country Music

Album Review: Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit - 'The Nashville Sound'

At the risk of sounding like a broken record, I’m always amazed at the frequency by which Jason Isbell releases new music, every two years, a pace largely unheard of for an artist of his ilk and prestige who isn’t bound by the regimental restrictions of mainstream country music. 883 more words

Album Reviews

Album Review: Zac Brown Band - 'Welcome Home'

The Zac Brown Band, always eclectic, took that spirit rather too far in their last, terrible, album. Evidently chastened by fans’ lack of enthusiasm for their new direction, they have returned to more organic (though not necessarily paticularly country) sounds on their latest release, their first for Elektra. 572 more words

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