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01.28.23 Classic Country Digs08.05.20 New Records I've Gotten This Past Month
07.19.20 Stuff that is nostalgic07.15.20 Shit I've spun a lot this year

Classic Country Digs

Some albums that have been heavy in my rotation the last couple months. I've been really into finding new country artists from the 60's, forgotten or really big and exploring their vast catalog. A few of these stars (such as Bill Phillips, Jack Greene and Hank Locklin) were big in the 60s but have been mostly forgotten since.
1Webb Pierce
Memory #1

Webb Pierce's highest charting album, despite being even bigger in the 50s for his honky tonk songs (like Why Baby Why w/ Red Sovine) and Ballads (Wondering).
2Bill Phillips
Put It Off Until Tomorrow

A solid album with the best song being the opener, a duet with Dolly Parton on her song "Put It Off Until Tomorrow". I prefer this duet version to her "Hello, I'm Dolly" version.
3Buck Owens & His Buckaroos
Together Again / My Heart Skips A Beat

Great album start to finish, with rich harmonies with Don Rich, as well as the hard cutting slide steel guitar.
4Jack Greene
There Goes My Everything

Jack Greene's voice hit heavy on this list of songs on "There Goes My Everything". Highlights include the Title Track, Walking on New Grass and the Buck Owens cover of "Together Again". He was also known for playing with Ernest Tubb's Texas Troubadours!
5Hank Locklin
This Song Is Just For You

Lots of great tracks on this one like the title track, One Step Ahead of My Past, and Time 'nor Tide
6Hank Williams Jr
Country Shadows

Very solid MGM Era Hank Jr. which is packed full of great songs, including the title track written by Hank Jr. himself.
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