MP3 chevy ford band - jest kontree
as country as it gets. hankerin'' fer love, losin'' love, drankin'' about love. country blues for love.
20 MP3 Songs
COUNTRY: Traditional Country, COUNTRY: Modern Country
a collection of songs penned during the sierra/owens valley period. just beginning to regain the use of my emotional faculties and cataloging all those experiences. some good, some not so... but all together, a very good case study of the elasticity of the human spirit. produced by steven cooper and the core of the chevy ford band, plus some awesome vocal talents from the nashville scene. here''s what''s on the platter...
"all been said before"... nothing really new under this old sun. human nature hasn''t changed or evolved much at all. marcia ramierz schools us on that.
"burning bridges"... some relationships just don''t work out, just aren''t meant to be and no use in prolonging it. gary gibson sings about it.
"what could have beens"... just when you think you''ve found her, she slips back into the past and mourns for something that can not be. john daniel coe is the singer.
"the best is yet to come"... when relationships don''t work out, don''t take it personally... everyone has someone perfect out there. ray barnette preaches it good.
"i don''t need to dream"... knowing you''ll find her and when you do, life opens up a whole new meaning. lance miller is the storyteller.
"somebody to you"... pick-up lines work sometime, when there''s esp in the air. this duo is brought to you by ray barnette & juli manners.
"the last to hear"... if you''re planning on leaving someone, tell them first... don''t let them hear it from just anyone. exposed by john daniel coe.
"what for"... ah the regrets in doing something stupid, like leaving... and then beg for it to be like it was before? marcia ramierz sells us on the prospects.
"about you"... you hear things, you don''t wanna believe them, but you''re gonna have to deal with those feelings sooner or later. ray barnette sings it.
"for almost a good time"... alcohol, the universal lubricator... evens the playing field with the common language of "shitface". bubba hudson sobers them up.
"anything i can do"... a tribute to the teamwork and love of a couple committed to making it. ray barnette & juli manners on the duet.
"i''m a hell of a man"... now why in the world would she pass up an opportunity like this? lance miller tries to get her to go out.
"cards & letters"... a twist on fate and love lost. sung with respect by marcia ramierz.
"eat the music"... in the hills, prodigys abound... they absorb all the music, like sponges, and kick it back atcha''! ray barnette & juli manners tells us.
"remember"... all the good times keeps a love alive in your heart. ray barnette does it.
"lovin'' thang"... there ain''t a life that can''t be changed by love. nothing''s so bad that understanding and a few kind words can''t cure. juli manners sings it.
"out of nowhere"... just when you don''t expect it, or when you stop trying, she''ll run up on you and take your breath away. lance miller knows the score.
"mommy, why can''t you hold me"... from the perspective of the infant with complications... but all turns out well in the end, especially in my song. marcia ramierz sings it to you.
"rock paper scissors"... the curiosity of kids only gets stronger once adulthood rushes in. lance miller instructs us on that.
"why did the hurt rule our hearts"... sometimes our inner pride and ego overstates our rational thinking and we throw out so much potential over something we can''t remember. tanya dennis sings this one.
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the chevy ford band is:
richard murrey - bass
jeff jordan - lead guitar
bubba hudson - guitar, vocals
steven cooper - keys, drums
tony paoletta - steel guitar
tim lorsch - fiddle, dobro