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There has been no good country music since Johnny Cash was performing.

 

In fact, the only crap available now is either black women screaming, little boys

mumbling mealy mouthed crap, mixers mixing white noise to wipe out words,

and of course rap crap.

 

Face it, all the druggies on meth and coke and MJ just have nothing to offer

in any genre or movies or TV shows with background music louder than the words.

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It likely has to do with white country women finding out black men can deliver those mind shattering half hour long multiple earthquake orgasms with that big black cock.

 

No white woman can stay away from it.

 

They're lining up for it.

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It likely has to do with white country women finding out black men can deliver those mind shattering half hour long multiple earthquake orgasms with that big black cock.

 

No white woman can stay away from it.

 

They're lining up for it.

I have wondered about that for a long time since a half century ago

girls went for mexicans and blacks, and female teachers went for their

ugly male students.

 

My conclusion is that women want boys they can control.

They do not want men.

 

Also, women want drugs and money which drug dealers have a lot of.

It also explains women screwing their bosses at work.

There is not much use for love or family anymore.

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There has been no good country music since Johnny Cash was performing.

 

In fact, the only crap available now is either black women screaming, little boys

mumbling mealy mouthed crap, mixers mixing white noise to wipe out words,

and of course rap crap.

 

Face it, all the druggies on meth and coke and MJ just have nothing to offer

in any genre or movies or TV shows with background music louder than the words.

Johnny Cash, god rest his soul was "technically" never country...although he was most famous in his Opry show. Johnny Cash was unique and mostly a form of blues. But I agree, he was awesome.

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Just wondered what you thought.

commercialism and dilution of principle for mass appeal. in essence, whoring itself

 

It likely has to do with white country women finding out black men can deliver those mind shattering half hour long multiple earthquake orgasms with that big black cock.

 

No white woman can stay away from it.

 

They're lining up for it.

myth. so sad perpetuating a myth is the best u can offer your self esteem son

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It likely has to do with white country women finding out black men can deliver those mind shattering half hour long multiple earthquake orgasms with that big black cock.

 

No white woman can stay away from it.

 

They're lining up for it.

I've seen those white women myself, big fat ugly whales, nobody else wants em but black guys are the ones forming the lines to get em.

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There has been no good country music since Johnny Cash was performing.

 

In fact, the only crap available now is either black women screaming, little boys

mumbling mealy mouthed crap, mixers mixing white noise to wipe out words,

and of course rap crap.

 

Face it, all the druggies on meth and coke and MJ just have nothing to offer

in any genre or movies or TV shows with background music louder than the words.

While it's never been "mass market" I find Bluegrass to be VERY creative now and I know artists in several relatively young bands who are damn good. Much of "Rock" that I like...are the artists I liked 20....40 yr ago. Seems to be a lot of Fad Chasing. Hip Hop...makes MONEY and so...aspects have slipped into the "mainstream" of Rock ...and I guess a little...into Country (which I have not noticed"

 

What BUGS me about Rap/Hip Hop...is that it's mostly redundant and there's no special SKILL SET...such as being able to actually SING...or play an instrument. The Next Miles Davis, Gladys Knight,Son House,Smoky Robinson,Marvin Gaye......is probably playing some local beer bar while some act that's all mechanical electronic effects and pseudo gangbang crap...makes the $.

 

I LIKE Bluegrass because if you can't play a Banjo..Fiddle...Mandolin....it's not something you can FAKE with machines,effects boxes and pyrotechnics. Nashville Country? It's SO commercial, so FORMULA now. The BEST C+W songs...mostly were from 40-50 yr ago,before it got all dilluted by commercial pop. The Bluegrass/Americana/Austin segments DO a lot of VERY good things ..but they ain't the "mainstream C+W at all.

 

Way back.....The Temptations, The Everly Brothers, ..Chuck Berry...Johnny Cash...the Ventures....Elvis...The Drifters...Brenda Lee....Don Gibson...Neil Sedaka....shared space on whatever local Rock AM radio play. Now...the R+B and Motown are again rather segregated from the "Country" which is seperated from "Rock" which is split into a half dozen genres.

 

Life...is short. I don't have the time to listen to ALL the GOOD music out there...so...wasting time on BAD music? Screw that.

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While it's never been "mass market" I find Bluegrass to be VERY creative now and I know artists in several relatively young bands who are damn good. Much of "Rock" that I like...are the artists I liked 20....40 yr ago. Seems to be a lot of Fad Chasing. Hip Hop...makes MONEY and so...aspects have slipped into the "mainstream" of Rock ...and I guess a little...into Country (which I have not noticed"

 

What BUGS me about Rap/Hip Hop...is that it's mostly redundant and there's no special SKILL SET...such as being able to actually SING...or play an instrument. The Next Miles Davis, Gladys Knight,Son House,Smoky Robinson,Marvin Gaye......is probably playing some local beer bar while some act that's all mechanical electronic effects and pseudo gangbang crap...makes the $.

 

I LIKE Bluegrass because if you can't play a Banjo..Fiddle...Mandolin....it's not something you can FAKE with machines,effects boxes and pyrotechnics. Nashville Country? It's SO commercial, so FORMULA now. The BEST C+W songs...mostly were from 40-50 yr ago,before it got all dilluted by commercial pop. The Bluegrass/Americana/Austin segments DO a lot of VERY good things ..but they ain't the "mainstream C+W at all.

 

Way back.....The Temptations, The Everly Brothers, ..Chuck Berry...Johnny Cash...the Ventures....Elvis...The Drifters...Brenda Lee....Don Gibson...Neil Sedaka....shared space on whatever local Rock AM radio play. Now...the R+B and Motown are again rather segregated from the "Country" which is seperated from "Rock" which is split into a half dozen genres.

 

Life...is short. I don't have the time to listen to ALL the GOOD music out there...so...wasting time on BAD music? Screw that.

this. bluegrass/mountain music...uh...rocks!

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It likely has to do with white country women finding out black men can deliver those mind shattering half hour long multiple earthquake orgasms with that big black cock.

 

No white woman can stay away from it.

 

They're lining up for it.

 

Too bad black women are not attractive to black men most of the time. I guess that head wagging is meant to repel the ugly.

 

Doesn't matter because there's always beer. Ugly gets fucked too.

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Just wondered what you thought.

can you list some examples ?

 

I'll start, "dirt road anthem" isnt hip hop, but does show influence...

 

name some that are...

 

I would say country has gone more rock and roll

 

first thing ... you need to define country music... define hip hop

 

 

 

 

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Some artists are..sort of...Country...yet ain't in that commercial C+W /Nashville mainstream. Johnny Cash was among those...so are Willie Nelson,Emmy Lou Harris,Steve Earle, Alison Krause,Nanci Griffith. They are all on the outskirts of the Nashville commercial scene...under represented on C+W radio.

 

So...there's a sort of Genre of Texas Roadhouse Blues that's one thing...Bluegrass/Jamgrass...Country Rock..."Americana".

 

Some of the most SPLENDID " Country Tunes EVER....were done by the Rolling Stones,Bob Dylan,Allman Brothers,Janis Joplin,Grateful Dead,Bruce Springsteen....and even Chuck Berry. Way back...some southern radio stations...just ASSUMED Chuck Berry was white and country...and Buddy Holly...was BLACK.

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I dunno. Never noticed it before. Why are black girls wearing extensions, weaves and straightening their hair to try to look like white women?

they want to get laid too...

 

they just have to put on disguises to do it,

 

lowering their "standards" helps too...

 

 

 

 

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this. bluegrass/mountain music...uh...rocks!

We DO agree on this.

 

Tonight I'm at the pub where the best pickers in the damn state play and pretty girls give me hugs and they don't overcharge for beers. The band...is " Bluegrass" but they do Pinlk Floyd's "Hey You"...Bob Marley's "Small Axe. a LOT of Dylan _Dead...but also vintage stuff like Bill Monroe...early Emmy Lou. They can play a Dylan song like "Isis" at about twice the tempo...and it's a WILD dance song. They may then do "Another Brick In The Wall into Dear Prudence into a fast version of the classic...In The Pines. The whole joint is ROCKIN out.

 

Another local group I'm recently into...ain't as fast and eclectic but they write damn good stuff and the cute sweetie who plays fiddle and sings...has star quality. There's another local Bluegrass band that's quite young. When they do a bar gig...2 of the guys can't drink...however...they are gonna be DAMN good...and are good now.

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I recently was at a Bluegrass fest not far away where 4 of the bands included friends wher there were "old school" bluegass types who came with a Winnebago,3 kids and a dog...also young cross cultural hippy types with Tats,Dreds...and an awareness of music including Dylan,Dead,Townes Van Zandt,Bill Monroe,Earl Scruggs, Yonder Mountain.

 

The Moonshine....Apple Pie...Blueberry...the classic White Lightning was EPIC. Jams till 5 AM...BEAUTIFUL ladies who wanted to dance...or give me a hug...damn good BBQ...More beer and Shine..."Light Dancers" a thing that is Hula Hoops taken to a level you'd think impossible...with PRO skills and a hoop that costs $200-300 becaue it's got a ton of LED lights and is PROGRAMMABLE to do optical illusions.

 

Great weekend even if the big name bands were not there. A different trip is Hardly Strictly in Golden Gate Park in SF..a HUGE free concert every october that draws a half million to enjoy TOP tier bluegrass. Warren Hellman was an investment banker/Billionaire who played banjo,loved bluegrass. He decided Mor Money...no longer mattered a lot anfdoing what he LOVED...was well worth it. So...he PAID big $ to fully fu a DECADE of concerts that are Woodstock Bluegrass in scale...but well managed. He Died...but left a trust to fund the Festivalo. CLASSY. At Hardly Strictly....MANY favorites are there...but at times are on different stages at the same time,. I won't be camping,won't get to hang with cuties I know,or the musicians I watch on stage. No Moonshine...the West Coast lacks Moonshine artists. (and I don't smoke herb much anymore). Anyhow...whatever the SCALE...Bluegrass is a rather unique cross culture.

 

You can be 7 or 70...can be a old school farmer/redneck or a young-or well aged hippie. There's laid back families and there's "party animals" and everyone...gets along just fine. Somehow...at Bluegrass events...everyone wants to be friendly..to get along.

 

It's a nice escape from the negative crap we see in the "real world".



Seeing kids playing Bluegrass is one of my favorite things.

 

Look up something done by Chris Thile and Michael Daves, like

 

Amazing players - Daves might be today's Tony Rice.

 

cc

Thiele is an ace. A fav of mine is a recording of a Gillian Welch show at Telluride where Chris joined Gillian and David for an AMAZING version of the Traffic classic "Mr Fantasy".

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At a recent fest...there was a little guy...maybe 5 yr old with a toy banjo...and he was INTO it...even if he really did not know how to play. He was up front..among the dancers for one set..trying to play along...then...later...two differnt artists brought him up on stage..let him do his thing (not miked) and it was way fckin cool.

 

Lauren, a local ACE fiddler did bring up a young girl who was pretty good...for maybe 10-12 yr old That was cool. Some years ago, at Strawberry ..there was a "Campfire Jam" and this guitar player's teen daughters who played fiddle and CELLO ...were jamming with a guy playing standup bass (with bow) and me and another guy doing shaker+tamborine and a decent mandolin player and we did an improv Bluegrass Jam on Eleanor Rigby for at least 20 min. It was AMAZING.

 

Bluegrass....ain't your best path to fame and fortune...so...the REWARD is that it allows a musician to REALLY create,to do SKILLS.

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