enough coomer spam, old country music appreciation thread

enough coomer spam, old country music appreciation thread

  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Patrician taste anon. I like Johnny Cash personally

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I peg myself as a pretty big cash fan and this is the first time I've heard this one and I love it! I guess mainly cause I listen to a lot of his more somber stuff.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >first time I heard it, and love it
        Good to hear anon! I like Cash quite a bit, and I'd say Once Piece at a Time is my favorite.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          This was always my favourite cash song.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >A Boy Named Sue
            It's a fantastic song

            holy shit i guess us yanks and canucks aren't so different after all, huh? i'd never heard canadian country/folk music much before but i wanna hear some more now. have any certain recommendations?

            Canadian folk music is really good. This one isn't too folk-y

            T. Michigander

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              You bastard I was LITERALLY just looking for this one haha! Such a haunting song, and I fucking love it.

              holy shit i guess us yanks and canucks aren't so different after all, huh? i'd never heard canadian country/folk music much before but i wanna hear some more now. have any certain recommendations?

              Since the last anon already posted the Edmond Fitzgerald...Other than Anne Murray (Who's more gospel and inspirational country), but in terms of folk...I got a bunch!
              >Stan Rogers (Put this on in any Canadian dive bar and you're almost garunteed to get the old guys singing along)

              >The Fables
              Great Celtic folk band from the East Coast

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >I was going to post it
                As a Michigander, it's my birthright to post The Edmund Fitzgerald.

                [...]
                much love to canadians, very beautiful country and culture. apologies about your gov't though. i'll certainly be listening to these more
                [...]
                you and i are basically canadians, anon. at least that's how everyone else in the country views us
                t. Washingtonian

                >basically Canadians
                Yeah. Pretty much. Washington and Michigan are fairly similar. Both states have *that* city.
                Does Washington do some of the Canadian (and English) things, like putting vinegar on fries?

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Where abouts in Michigan do ya hail from?
                I actually grew up in Sarnia (Right at the border of Port Huron).

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >where in Michigan do ya hail from?
                Central. Fairly close to Lansing. I live in a nowhere-ville.
                I think I've heard of Sarnia, although I don't think I've ever been.

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RePtDvh4Yq4
                >Does Washington do some of the Canadian (and English) things, like putting vinegar on fries?
                i mean we have poutine served in pretty much every restaurant here, but we're more of a mayonnaise on fries type of society. but we pronounce alot of things like canadians do, such as "bag" sounding more like "beg" and words like "about" and "house" having that tighter sound. then again, i live up near the border. obligatory "fuck Seattle" needed btw

                >mayo on fries
                I'm pretty sure that's popular here too, and we're closer to Quebec to boot. I don't like mayo that much, but my mom likes mayo on her fries.
                >accent
                I'm no Yooper, so I don't have the accent. I've got a plain Midwest accent. Nothing distinct about it (aside from maybe being a bit nasally? I'm not sure).
                >Seattle
                Yeah. Detroit is Detroit, enough said. We also have Flint, but they aren't as historically infamous. Rich Detroit is actually nice, but everything else? Yeah..

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >I don't like mayo that much
                have you tried it on different things? i swear i put that on everything. burgers, dogs, you name it.
                >Yooper
                i knew that was a stereotype accent for people from the upper midwest but i never knew its name, but people around where i live sound very similar to this. maybe northern michiganders settled northern washington? or maybe canadian trappers migrating south to get out of the cold, who knows
                you hate your major city, i hate our major city, solidarity between us, brother

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >have you tried it on different things
                Yup. I like it on BLTs, and other grilled sandwiches. Especially ones with stronger flavors that mute the mayo better.
                I always douse my hotdogs in mustard, and burgers get either steak sauce or nothing.
                >Upper Midwest
                haha. Technically.
                A Yooper is someone who lives in the Upper Peninsula (UP, or Yoop) of Michigan. The word is a play on the accent.
                Their accent is very Canadian, so that's probably why you have a similar one.
                I'm a Troll, because I live under the bridge. The bridge being the Mackinac Bridge.

                memes aside, this album is a masterpiece

                Big Iron does get a lot of memes. I don't really mind, because that is a great album. They're hanging me tonight is my favorite of that set.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Does Washington do some of the Canadian (and English) things, like putting vinegar on fries?
                i mean we have poutine served in pretty much every restaurant here, but we're more of a mayonnaise on fries type of society. but we pronounce alot of things like canadians do, such as "bag" sounding more like "beg" and words like "about" and "house" having that tighter sound. then again, i live up near the border. obligatory "fuck Seattle" needed btw

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >but we're more of a mayonnaise on fries
                Technically still Canadian thing since that's a huge thing in Quebec (And absolutely based and delicious)

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                we don't talk about the quebecois. i swear every quebeqois i've interacted with has been the biggest asshole i've ever met. i thought mayo on fries was a dutch thing?

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Used to sing this one with my ma while riding in the car with her!

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I like Jerry Reed.

    Also, here's some really old country stuff:

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    "Poor Wayfaring Stranger" an old gospel standard covered by every good ol boy worth his salt. Hillbilly Thomists are not "classic" per se.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Any other leafs in here?
    >tfw my brother used to work in Tillsonburg

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      not a leaf but grew up around this leafy song

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        That's some good shit! And Canada Dry is absolutely based and delicious.
        >Always have nostalgic memories of my mom giving me flat canada dry when I had tummy troubles as a kid

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      holy shit i guess us yanks and canucks aren't so different after all, huh? i'd never heard canadian country/folk music much before but i wanna hear some more now. have any certain recommendations?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Stan Rogers. I like The Nancy & Giant.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You bastard I was LITERALLY just looking for this one haha! Such a haunting song, and I fucking love it.

          [...]
          Since the last anon already posted the Edmond Fitzgerald...Other than Anne Murray (Who's more gospel and inspirational country), but in terms of folk...I got a bunch!
          >Stan Rogers (Put this on in any Canadian dive bar and you're almost garunteed to get the old guys singing along)

          >The Fables
          Great Celtic folk band from the East Coast

          much love to canadians, very beautiful country and culture. apologies about your gov't though. i'll certainly be listening to these more

          >A Boy Named Sue
          It's a fantastic song
          [...]
          Canadian folk music is really good. This one isn't too folk-y

          T. Michigander

          you and i are basically canadians, anon. at least that's how everyone else in the country views us
          t. Washingtonian

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >much love to canadians, very beautiful country and culture. apologies about your gov't though
            I'm a Dixiefag, I just respect Canadians. Shame about their government, for sure. F for all Leafs

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              well apologies for assuming you were canadian, friend. i love my dixie friends friends as well. this one's for you

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      another leaf country ballad

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    for me it's kristofferson

  7. 4 weeks ago
    A

    If I see hear another acr'tyrex ad ima kill myself...

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    memes aside, this album is a masterpiece

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