Posts Tagged ‘Country rock’

The Santa Claus Boogie

December 29, 2021

“The Santa Claus Boogie,” written by Steve Ripley, and performed by him with his group, The Tractors. Video directed by Michael McNamara.

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Hat Check Girl

August 7, 2021

“Hat Check Girl,” written and recorded by Duane Jarvis, 1998.

More:

“Duane Jarvis dies at 51; L.A. roots music singer-songwriter and guitarist,” Randy Lewis, Los Angeles Times

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Just In Case It Happens, Yes Indeed

December 12, 2020

“Just In Case It Happens, Yes Indeed,” written by Richie Furay, recorded by Poco, 1972. Richie Furay (guitar, vocals), Paul Cotton (guitar, vocals), Rusty Young (pedal steel, guitar, vocals), Timothy B. Schmit (bass, vocals), George Grantham (drums, vocals).

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A Good Feelin’ To Know

November 21, 2020

“A Good Feelin’ To Know,” written by Richie Furay, recorded by Poco, 1972. Richie Furay (guitar, vocals), Paul Cotton (guitar, vocals), Rusty Young (pedal steel, guitar, vocals), Timothy B. Schmit (bass, vocals), George Grantham (drums, vocals).

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Consequently So Long

November 8, 2020

“Consequently So Long,” written by Richie Furay and Skip Goodwin, recorded by Poco, 1969. Richie Furay (guitar, vocals), Paul Cotton (guitar, vocals), Rusty Young (pedal steel, guitar, vocals), Timothy B. Schmit (bass, vocals), George Grantham (drums, vocals).

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Sea of Lights

October 10, 2020

“Sea of Lights,” recorded by Boo Ray, 2016. Boo Ray (vocal, guitar), Sol Philcox-Littlefield (guitar), Dallas Kruse (Hammond B3), Smith Curry (pedal steel), Paul Ill (bass), Steve Ferrone (drums).

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Honky Tonk Dream

September 26, 2020

“Honky Tonk Dream,” performed by Boo Ray at Sun Studio in Memphis for John Cuniberti’s OneMic series, 2018. Boo Ray (vocal, guitar), Matt Workman (guitar, vocal), CJ Colendrea (pedal steel), Bill Baker (bass), Lemuel Hayes (drums).

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The Santa Claus Boogie

December 24, 2019

“The Santa Claus Boogie,” written by Steve Ripley and performed by him with his group, The Tractors. Video directed by Michael McNamara.

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Sin City

February 10, 2019

“Sin City,” written by Gram Parsons and Chris Hillman and performed by them with the Flying Burrito Brothers, 1969. Gram Parsons (vocals, guitar), Chris Hillman ( vocals, guitar, mandolin), Pete Kleinow (pedal steel guitar), Chris Ethridge (bass, backing vocals), Eddie Hoh (drums).

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Purple Rain

October 6, 2018

“Purple Rain,” written by Prince Rogers Nelson, performed by Leroy Justice. Makes a right fine country song, don’t it. Video directed by John Hyams.

Leroy Justice: Jason Gallagher (lead vocals, guitar), Josh Karis (percussion), Sloan Marshall (keyboard), Justin Mazer (slide guitar), Bradley Wegner (bass).

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