My Kind of Country

Country music from a fan's point of view since 2008

Category Archives: Classic Rewind

Classic Rewind: Loretta Lynn – ‘Bargain Basement Dress’

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Classic Rewind: Zac Brown Band – ‘My Old Man’

Classic Rewind: Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Blues – ‘So Blue’

Classic Rewind: Joey + Rory – ‘Hello Love’

Classic Rewind: Dottie West – ‘Leaving’s For Unbelievers’

Classic Rewind: Nanci Griffith – ‘I Wish It Would Rain’

Classic Rewind: Marty Robbins – ‘Am I That Easy To Forget?’

Classic Rewind: Waylon Jennings – ‘Out Of Jail’

Classic Rewind: Larry Gatlin – ‘Help Me’

Classic Rewind: Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton – ‘Her And The Car And The Mobile Home’

Classic Rewind: Janie Fricke – ‘I’ll Need Someone To Hold Me When I Cry’

Classic Rewind: Confederate Railroad – ‘Daddy Never Was The Cadillac Kind’

Wayne Secrest, bassist and founding member of Confederate Railroad, passed away June 2, age 68. The band may have had better known uptempo rockers such as “Trashy Women” (#10, 1993) and “Queen of Memphis” (#2, 1992), but this one has always been a favorite of mine. It peaked at #9 in 1994 and is their final top-ten hit to date:

 

Classic Rewind: Johnny Horton – ‘Sink The Bismarck’

Classic Rewind: Don Williams – ‘The Ties That Bind’

Classic Rewind: Gene Watson – ‘You’re Out Doing What I’m Here Doing Without’

Classic Rewind: Teea Goans – ‘What A Friend We Have In Jesus’

Classic Rewind: Patty Loveless – ‘Dreaming My Dreams With You’

Classic Rewind: Pam Tillis – ‘Don’t Tell Me What To Do’

Classic Rewind: Julie Reeves – ‘What I Need’

Classic Rewind: Josh Turner – ‘Your Man’