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foray 04-10-2007 04:22 PM

anything to recommend?
 
Please recommend some tru blu cowboy music along the lines of Richard Thompson but without the singing and lyrics. I love Richard Thompson but only instrumentally. Thanks in advance.

foray

foray 04-11-2007 06:06 PM

Give this old timer a break. You're telling me you dunno any good cowboysy music? Don't keep it to yourself!

foray

martha 04-11-2007 06:16 PM

Bob Wills? Conway Twitty?

joyfulgirl 04-11-2007 06:24 PM

I'll think about it but right now I just wanted to say Hi foray! Long time. :wave:

zoney! 04-13-2007 06:04 AM

suggestion coming soon.....

yertle-the-turtle 04-13-2007 09:38 AM

Luka Bloom?

I dunno, I just got one of his albums used the other day, any connections to Richard Thompson may be a bit tenuous though.

zoney! 04-13-2007 09:33 PM

I picked up a CD by a band called Friends of Dean Martinez a few years back. JUST instrumental stuff...very "America West" feeling. I like it. They were/are on SubPop.

foray 04-14-2007 12:30 AM

Back at cher, joyfulgirl :) and everyone else. Thanks for the names, I hope my local store has 'em. Local store! I sound obsolete.

foray

Zoomerang96 04-14-2007 03:10 AM

foray.

you never call anymore.
you make me feel like trash

your neglect has me reeling

but i'm still not mad at you.

foray 04-14-2007 06:28 PM

but i am your sister

foray 04-17-2007 02:22 AM

Hi again, I had another look around. I'm actually looking for very little singing. Surely there must be some record with a brooding guitar that reflects the vast expanse of the land. Less honky tonk, more twang. Is this asking too much? :confused:

foray

joyfulgirl 04-17-2007 02:25 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by foray
Hi again, I had another look around. I'm actually looking for very little singing. Surely there must be some record with a brooding guitar that reflects the vast expanse of the land. Less honky tonk, more twang. Is this asking too much? :confused:

foray

Maybe some Ry Cooder soundtracks like "Paris, Texas"? That kind of thing? There was a film in the last year or two that I remembered had some haunting guitar in it but I can't for the life of me remember what it was. Help me out, people.

foray 04-18-2007 07:35 PM

You mean Werner Herzog's Grizzly Man? Richard Thompson again.. Anyone know records that wouldn't be soundtracks, though?

foray

joyfulgirl 04-19-2007 09:10 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by foray
You mean Werner Herzog's Grizzly Man? Richard Thompson again.. Anyone know records that wouldn't be soundtracks, though?

foray

Huh? No, I meant Ry Cooder's "Paris, Texas." He's done a lot of incredible soundtracks. The one for "Paris, Texas" is just one of them. Hard to get any more "brooding guitar that reflects the vast American landscape " than Ry Cooder. But now you don't want soundtracks. So I give up. :huh:

joyfulgirl 04-19-2007 11:18 AM

Oh wait, sorry. I just reread my previous post and now understand your response. :slant: I'm tired. But no, I didn't see Grizzly Man so that wasn't it. Anyway, I stand by my Ry Cooder suggestion.


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