Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Country music dominating my listening habits these days, part 2

I've got a fever and the only prescription is more cowbell. That and country music. My country music fixation continues. Instead of it being a phase, it appears to be growing and growing. I must be mellowing. Say it ain't so...

Here are some tunes to consider:

'Coat of Many Colors' by Dolly Parton
'Lost Highway' by Hank Williams
'Sixteen Tons' by Tennessee Ernie Ford
'Sunday Morning Coming Down' by Johnny Cash
'Coal Miner's Daughter' by Loretta Lynn
'Behind Closed Doors' by Charlie Rich
'The Most Beautiful Girl' by Charlie Rich
'If We Make it Through December' by Merle Haggard
'Kiss an Angel Good Morning' by Charley Pride
'I Can Help' by Billy Swan
'He Loves Me All the Way' by Tammy Wynette
'The Happiest Girl in the U.S.A.' by Donna Fargo
'When You’re Hot, You’re Hot' by Jerry Reed
'My Woman, My Woman, My Wife' by Marty Robbins
'Rose Garden' by Lynn Anderson
'I Ain't Never' by Mel Tillis
'Country Sunshine' by Dottie West


Anonymous said...

Any list with Marty Robbins on it is a good list. Great toon.

Joltin' Django said...

Funny story: I attended kindergarten at a Church of Christ church. One day, my teacher asked me and my classmates to name our "favorite song." She obviously was hoping that we'd all pick a song that we sang each day ("Jesus Loves Me," "Jesus Loves the Little Children," et al.). When it came my turn, however, I shouted, "Behind Closed Doors!" Tee hee!