Category Archives: Country Rock

Skunk Baxter ~ Speed Of Heat

Skunk Baxter, if you don’t already know, is one of the great guitar players of our time. He played with Steely Dan, as a founding member, where he appeared on such great albums as “Can’t Buy A Thrill”, “Countdown To … Continue reading

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Linda Gail Lewis ~ Early Sides 1963 – 1973

Linda Gail Lewis, sister of Jerry Lee Lewis, sure has some great pipes on her. The music goes from early rockabilly to country to rock. Jerry Lee Lewis is on 2 of the songs. This album was fun to listen … Continue reading

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Ivy Ryann ~ A Nonagressive Violation Of Boundaries

This singer/songwriter can make some beautiful music. She has a beautiful voice. There are some notes, that, at times, she has a problem hitting. I’ve got to give her an A for effort, as she certainly tries to hit those … Continue reading

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Poco ~ One Night In Nashville

First thing to tell you is that I love the band POCO. I was about to see them when Rusty Young passed away. I was all set to go, then WHAM! I will miss Rusty Young, but this live concert … Continue reading

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Erinn Peet Lukes EP

This EP brings a sampling of a beautiful voice who writes some beautiful songs. Mostly country based but some songs cross over into the pop realm as well. Writing about heartbreak, among other things, will give you a feeling of … Continue reading

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Hope Dunbar ~ Sweetheartland

This one is listed under Americana, but, I would put this under Country. It has a nice flair. The music is newer Country, but the vocals are old school Country. You can hear that Country twang while Hope sings. The … Continue reading

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Harvey Dalton Arnold ~ Stories To Live Up To

  Harvey Dalton Arnold was a member of the Outlaws from 1976-1980. This album is far from the Outlaws music. It is more blues, but does have a twinge of that country-rock feel about it. This is not a great … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ Street Survivors Movie Soundtrack

  Now, this was completely NOT what I expected. It is the music that goes along with the movie, but only 1 song is a Lynyrd Skynyrd one. The one song was “Call Me The Breeze” by Pat Travers. All … Continue reading

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David Haerle ~ Death Valley

  This album has thing that I love about it & things that I don’t love about it. Things that I really liked was that there was a variety of different genres on one album. This was great. You have … Continue reading

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Vanessa Peters ~ Mixtape

  This singer songwriter has a great sound. The music is robust & has you feeling like you already know the songs, but of course you do, it’s a cover album. The songs merge well with each other. She does … Continue reading

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