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Whitehorse (from the album I’m Not Crying, You’re Crying
Whitehorse (from the album I’m Not Crying, You’re Crying available on Six Shooter Records) (by Bryant Liggett)
Whitehorse covers all the Country ground. One side of the fence is for the traditional and old school, the other side dabbling with the subtle Pop of New Country. Then somewhere scattered on the outskirts are those Punk Country fans itching for some bounce in their twang. I’m Not Crying, You’re Crying delivers it all, while also throwing one curve-ball of a song that starts with some urgent twang-banging before turning into something John Hughes would’ve selected for a soundtrack to a film, one he worked on in 1985.
Electric guitar and pedal steel are partnered up for opening of I’m Not Crying, You’re Crying and all the fills “If the Loneliness Don’t Kill Me” highlighting a crack band to nail the music for the Old-School, Outlaw ballad. “The Road” is a weeper, “Division 5” is modern western-noir that plays out lyrically as a murder mystery, and the chicken-pickin’ is hot and heavy on “Manitoba Bound”.
“Bet the Farm” has some New Country and Pop sass, “Leave Me as You Found Me” is angelic Gospel and “I Miss the City At Night” has a wonderful rootsy charge. “Sanity TN” that feels like 1959, while “6 Feet Away” begins with a Country guitar lead before transforming into a gentle 1980’s pop tune that’s out of a new-wave ballad text book.
This is a music lovers record made by music lovers. It is all Country, and encompasses all aspects of Country music.
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