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    Go on.
    I read "just a shade too calculated for me to warm to them, and it doesn't help that they've been absolutely inescapable this year" and immediately thought of Ryan Adams circa 2003-05.
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    Ah. I don't think I like him very much. I have one of his albums. It's ok...maybe...
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    So yeah, my band is releasing our EP tomorrow. You can listen to it (and buy it) at our bandcamp site, here:
    http://thedivepoets.bandcamp.com/alb...-and-the-light
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    Quote Originally Posted by daxton View Post
    Ah. I don't think I like him very much. I have one of his albums. It's ok...maybe...
    Whiskeytown was great. His first couple of solo albums were pretty good I thought. Then he seemed to lose his way. I can't listen to him anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    I read "just a shade too calculated for me to warm to them, and it doesn't help that they've been absolutely inescapable this year" and immediately thought of Ryan Adams circa 2003-05.
    really? I don't see that at all ryan adams is much more akin to country with some rock sprinkled in while mumford and sons have a more polished folk sound to them. I love Ryan Adams and find mumford and sons to be very mediocre.
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    I don't know Mumford and Sons from Sanford and Son. I was just saying that that bit of phrasing reminded me of what I went through with Adams.
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    Whiskeytown was great. His first couple of solo albums were pretty good I thought. Then he seemed to lose his way. I can't listen to him anymore.
    I'll try out Whiskeytown!
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    Can I get some help here? Can you think of any alt-country covers of punk songs OR hair metal songs that are not done in TOO jokey of a manner (do not include Hayseed Dixie) and are not bluegrass-ish covers (Bad Livers, the Gourds).

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    Was there a Punk Goes Country edition? I know they had Punk Goes Acoustic and Punk Goes Pop.


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    There are plenty examples of punk bands doing country songs (MFATGG, et al), but I am looking for the other way around...
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    I'm not much help

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    Quote Originally Posted by york707 View Post
    Can I get some help here? Can you think of any alt-country covers of punk songs OR hair metal songs that are not done in TOO jokey of a manner (do not include Hayseed Dixie) and are not bluegrass-ish covers (Bad Livers, the Gourds).

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    I'm late to this.

    Kelly Willis does a cover of The Replacements' "They're Blind" that is not in the least bit jokey. It's absolutely beautiful in my opinion. I don't know if this fits your definition or not, since by the time of "They're Blind" the Replacements weren't really a punk band anymore.

    and then there's Johnny Cash's covers of NIN and Depeche Mode, but that's even further from your definition.

    Does George Jones covering Elvis Costello count?
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    Quote Originally Posted by york707 View Post
    Can I get some help here? Can you think of any alt-country covers of punk songs OR hair metal songs that are not done in TOO jokey of a manner (do not include Hayseed Dixie) and are not bluegrass-ish covers (Bad Livers, the Gourds).

    Thanks
    Rhett Miller of the Old 97's has been known to cover the Pixies during encores...


    I have some Uncle Tupelo bootlegs with them covering the Stooges' "I Wanna Be Your Dog" -- not sure if this helps, seeing as how it's just a straight cover, but when I came across this video, I had to post it. The awesomeness cannot be denied. Uncle Tupelo with Teenage Fanclub covering the Stooges. Goddamn.

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    Oh, and Steve Earle has an album of covers (I think it's called Sidetracks?) that has a cover of Nirvana's "Breed".

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    oh good one. He also covers the Supersuckers' "Creepy Jackalope Eye" on that same album.
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    Ooh yes - those Steve Earle covers are exactly what I was talking about... anything in that vein, although the nirvana cover is pretty straight-ahead
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    We are recording a song for a compilation and we asked a guy to come in and sit in with us and play pedal steel. Here is some video from that session, mostly of him becoming familiar with the song.

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    We played a show with a band called Futurebirds last night. They are from Athens, GA. They were seriously badass. Like a loud, muscular Fleet Foxes... which may lead you to think of My Morning Jacket, which is not a totally inappropriate reference point.
    We are playing with the Futurebirds again next week. They have released a full length album since my last post, and I am going to go ahead and full heartedly recommend you listen to it now:
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    back on the alt country covers -- i can't find it on youtube but look for Reckless Kelly's cover of "You Shook Me All Night Long", it's pretty cool.
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    I've been obsessed with these two songs as of late:






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    I'm on pins and needles waiting to hear if I'm getting into Mumford later tonight, so I'm posting one of my favorites:

    Whoa, just saw this. Excellent.
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    Did you check out Old Crow at Coachella, gribbz? they were most excellent.
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    I did not. I think I was in the Sahara waiting for Craze & Klever. I figure they'll be in Tucson soon enough.
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    King Khan & the Shrines - 5/30 - The Mohawk
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    I keep checking their site with no luck. I saw them at Coach but didn't appreciate them nearly as much as I would now. I reeeeeally want to go to Nashville to see them on NYE. That'd be incredible.


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    I did not. I think I was in the Sahara waiting for Craze & Klever. I figure they'll be in Tucson soon enough.
    This makes me sad.
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    Here's a sad song for Daxton


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    That was nice
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    My dad loves Lady Antebellum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by york707 View Post
    we asked a guy to come in and sit in with us and play pedal steel.
    I had a beer with Eric Heywood once.

    That video is really cool (the one of you guys in the studio, not the Alan Parsons one). dunno why I didnt' see it til now.
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