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Album: The Guitar Song-Jamey Johnson (Mercury)

October 1st, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

The new Lord has fully arrived. We saw him coming. The signs were there. The teenybop Pop records being force fed to the masses as Country. The silly little pole-dancers trying to hypnotize us with their cheekbones and their beauteous flesh. The Ivy-league punks who put on store-bought beat-up cowboy hats and hired voice coaches to try to learn how to sing redneck and Southern. You know, like Dan Aykroyd’s atrocious accent in “Driving Miss Daisy”. The Real Deal arrived a couple years ago, actually. Dumb-ass Corporate Country programmers, of course didn’t recognize what came upon us with that last album. I don’t know if all of them will recognize it even now. There are still a lot of ’em not yet playing the first single. But the people know. The album debuted #1. They know. From the album, here are my picks: Lonely At The Top Poor Man Blues By The Seat Of Your Pants Mental Revenge

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