Legends Of Country - That's What We Talk About When We Talk About Country album download
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|A||That's What We Talk About When We Talk About Country
Backing Vocals – Danni NichollsDrums – Rob Jones Pedal Steel Guitar – Adam ChetwoodVocals – Jof Owen, Liz Hunt
|B||I Was Born In Apricot|
Notes'country music for people who don't like country music'
comes in sealed polythene outer sleeve & includes double sided printed insert
The debut single from Legends Of Country on 7" vinyl in full colour sleeve with insert. Inspired by a long standing love of country music and memories of growing up watching Pebble Mill and listening to Johnny Cash and George Hamilton IV, their songs combine a classic earthy country sound with an honest and unmistakeable English indiepop charm. With dobro guitar, pedal steel and mariarchi trumpets blasting away, the A side is a role call of "country" icons from Dolly Parton, Tanya Tucker and Loretta Lynn to darts player Jocky Wilson and the beat writer Carolyn Cassady.
What We Talk About" - song by Old 97's that appears on the 1999 album Fight Songs. What We Talk About (When We Talk About Love)" - 2005 song by Deus. What I Talk About When I Talk About Running - Haruki Murakami's 2007 memoir centered on running. The Hip Hop Wars: What We Talk About When We Talk About Hip Hop - and Why It Matters - 2008 book by Tricia Rose. That of Which We Speak When We Speak of the Unspeakable" - Cthulhu Mythos short story written by Nick Mamatas and published in the 2009 anthology Lovecraft Unbound: Twenty Stories (ed. Ellen Datlow). What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank - 2011 book by Nathan Englander. What We Talk About When We Talk About War - 2012 book by Noah Richler. What We Talk About When We Talk About God - 2013 book by Rob Bell.
Most people, when they talk, expect leeway for opinion, exaggeration, self-expression, evasion or irony-all the niceties, quips and obfuscation that make up so much chat. Yet they often make insufficient allowance for those nuances when others are speaking, or miss the relevant cues. Consider the naïf who takes it literally when a spouse says: It’s okay, I’m fine.
When I say that Country X is the goodest country on Earth, and I mean goodest, I don't mean best. Best is something different. When you're talking about a good country, you can be good, gooder and goodest. It's not the same thing as good, better and best. This is a country which simply gives more to humanity than any other country. I don't talk about how they behave at home because that's measured elsewhere. And the winner is Ireland
Ah, but that's precisely the point, says Terri. He died for her-that's love, whether you like it or not. Love doesn't have to be all good. As we watch the two duke it out (rather civilly), we're forced to ask ourselves the same question: was what Ed felt for Terri love? Or something else entirely? Complication. After Terri and Mel tell the story of Ed, Mel says he has a story of what love really looks like, as a contrast. There is no more gin to drink, no more talk to talk. Something about the dramatic way we are told that Terri doesn't get up to get the cheese and crackers-which she says she's going to get-makes us feel like something serious has happened, but it's hard to say what. It could be that she's just drunk like the rest of them and it'll take her a minute to get to the snacks.
That’s good, he’d say, until we’d circled the house and were back in the front again. His name was Ross and he had six kids. He walked with a limp from a gunshot wound his first wife gave him. I don’t know what we were thinking of in those days. This guy’s second wife had come and gone, but it was his first wife who had shot him for not meeting his payments.
That’s what you have that we don’t. Wrong sides of the tracks. In the old country, he went to heder, had the peyes and all that. But in America a classic galusmonger. Do not talk about our son, Deb says. This time I reach across and lay a hand on her elbow. Talk, I say. He does not, Mark says, seem Jewish to me. How can you say that?