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Alabama's Mountain Music= Franklins Tower?

 
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 12, 2011 7:39 pm    Post subject: Alabama's Mountain Music= Franklins Tower? Reply with quote

Or Foolish Heart? I've been on an old school country kick lately and listened to this last night and found myself singing the lyrics to Franklins Tower over it and fit perfectly. Upon further listening I realized it could also be Foolish Heart especially the intro before the vocals start. I know this sounds kind of foolish (no pun intended) but swear to the man up stairs it's there.

On a second note I just discovered Gram Parsons...... WOW!!! I have been listening to his 2 solo albums (G.P and Grievous Angel) non stop. I wish I could say more but he has put me at a loss for words. So good......soooo good!

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2011 1:52 pm    Post subject: Re: Alabama's Mountain Music= Franklins Tower? Reply with quote

boise99 wrote:
Or Foolish Heart? I've been on an old school country kick lately and listened to this last night and found myself singing the lyrics to Franklins Tower over it and fit perfectly. Upon further listening I realized it could also be Foolish Heart especially the intro before the vocals start. I know this sounds kind of foolish (no pun intended) but swear to the man up stairs it's there.

On a second note I just discovered Gram Parsons...... WOW!!! I have been listening to his 2 solo albums (G.P and Grievous Angel) non stop. I wish I could say more but he has put me at a loss for words. So good......soooo good!


Are you talking about the band Alabama? Not to be contentious, but I would hardly classify that as "old school country" - they all had matching mullets.
Yes Gram Parsons is great - also check out his work on the first 2 Flying Burrito Bros albums and of course the Byrds' Sweetheart of the Rodeo. I've been listening to a lot of old George Jones lately. Great stuff.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 25, 2011 5:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

True, very true Alabama should not be considered "old school" but the mullets rock!


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