Strange and Eccentric Country and Western Music
Mindmonkey on 11/24/2005
|I like lots of country and western music, but don't know much about what's mostly on the radio. I can't tell Garth Brooks from Faith Hill--something that becomes clear every time I bomb one of Vlcrowe's excellent quizes.|
However, never fear! Here's a quiz about those strange, odd, unusual and delightfully obscure country and western singers and groups that I actually listen to. See if you know who they are. And, if you don't know them--check them out. You won't be sorry.
Left: Well, I told you this is a little bit different. Here is the cover of one of my all-time favorite albums. The great 1971 psychedelic/bluegrass record is called "Aeroplane," featuring "They're Going to Tear Down the Grand Old Opry," and "Up on the Hill Where They Do the Boogie" which contains the line, "It looks like an electric shaver now where the courthouse used to be."
Good luck to all and don't forget to, in words from a song on "Aeroplane," turn your radio on, get in touch with God, turn your radio on...
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