Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Country Music Downloads From Public Domain 2ten

Well, hello there. Did you visit Public Domain 2ten's country music page? Well, if you didn't, it's ok. I went ahead and found some myself. Take a listen to these fine selections. From way back in the old settlers days, where folks had time to make some real quality music. There's plenty to browse from at this site...


Earl Johnson and his Dixie Entertainers – “Ain’t Nobody’s Business” mp3

Coleman & Harper – “Old Hen Cackle” mp3

J.D. Harris – “Grey Eagle” mp3

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Top Country Music Artists From G.A.C.

Hello there. How y'all been doin? I've been trying to keep up with who's who in the country music scene, lately. I found a wonderful website that gives me the skinny on country music artists of today.

G.A.C. (Great American Country) Music has an up to date list:

1. Taylor Swift
2. Carrie Underwood
3. Keith Urban
4. Kellie Pickler
5. Reba McEntire

6. Brad Paisley
7. Alan Jackson
8. Josh Turner
9. Trace Adkins
10. Jason Aldean

And I also found some country music at Super Fan 2009.
I didn't realize that gal had such a variety of taste. As long as there's some country music in there, she's alright with me. Although, I do admit that some of the music on her page I find quite offensive.

There's also Public Domain 2ten's country music page,
if you're looking for some old timers music. Some quality stuff on that there page, I tell ya!

Ok now...y'all take care now...ya hear?


Monday, July 20, 2009

Super Country Fan?

Howdy y'all! Long time, eh?
I've been busy looking around the web for music. Takes a while, ya know? I found this little city gal by the name of Super Fan. As slick as she is, she could use a little help. But I do give her credit for trying. Maybe you can assist me by leaving some good country music mp3's on my comment box.
Here is a link to her list of country music bands:

SUPER FAN 2009 Country music page

Talk to ya soon...


Tuesday, January 6, 2009

The American Flag

I love this country no matter who the president is.
It seems to make no difference to me. 
Country music shines in my heart and ripples through my soul the way that the flag blows in the wind. My feelings do not waver. Nor do they ignore the triumphs and atrocities that we have experienced as a nation.
This flag has a theme. I found a version at public domain 4U.  I do believe that this particular version was sung in 1898 by a group called the Diamond Four.

~Wesley Rose

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

1952 Vincent Black Lightning - Del McCoury

Howdy pardners!
What a fine day to be lookin' around for some good old country music. Always tryin' to set my ears up for some pickin' and strummin' the way they used to do back in my hay day. 
Have you ever been lookin' for Mp3's and just got down right frustrated? Well I'm lookin' all the time and sometimes it's a mess. Sometimes I don't know even where to begin. This particular time I tried being specific about my search. I wanted an Mp3 for you to listen to. So I typed in Mp34U! And lordy,  I ended up finding  Del McCoury!! What a treat! What a discovery! And wouldn't you know it, it's a live track, too! At the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival they have in the wild west, city of SanFrancisco. Now, I know...San Francisco doesn't really make me think about country music at first thought. So you can best believe that I did one whopper of a double take when I layed eyes upon this here track. Just hit play and you'll know exactly what I'm talkin' about! 

Take care now...ya hear?!


Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Big Rock Candy Mountain

Howdy there pardner...do you know who this is?
That's Harry "Haywire Mac" McClintock. He is kind of a legend  among rustlers, gold miners and cowboys. He was mentioned in a movie that came out a while ago called 
" O brother where art thou? " Did ya see it? It was very good. I personally am convinced that the movie re invented folk music, country music and good old time mountain music. Which alot of us were very happy about. With all this newer music taking over, what, with all them machines and what have you...a man could damn near lose sight of the very music that has made us what we are today. Harry McClintock took pride in his work and inspired a great many men from out of the horrible and God-awful depression that hit us all, back in the twenties and thirties. He convinced alot of  men that there was this Big Rock Candy Mountain. Just a waitin' in them thar hills.

Y'all take care now...ya hear?