Hank Cochran, who died at age 74 in 2010, wrote country ballads so perfectly shaped and cadenced you hardly believe they were written at all. Jamey Johnson’s tribute record enlists an amazing intergenerational all-star team (Willie Nelson, Alison Krauss, Elvis Costello), who join Johnson in traditionalist renditions of 16 Cochran classics, from the Patsy Cline favorite “I Fall to Pieces” to the heart-wrenching “Make the World Go Away.” It’s loving genuflection; it’s also proof that Johnson, 21st-century country’s outlaw ne plus ultra, is also one of its most sensitive balladeers – beneath the scary beard, he’s an old softie.
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mp3 320 kbps | 298 MB | UL | UA Randy Meisner will always be known as one of The Eagles ,and was with the band right up until their biggest selling album Hotel California.His harmony singing,bass and guitar playing,were at the core of their sound,and his impressive song-writing figured on all of their albums.In […]
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