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best country band/duet of last 50 years


what would be your fave country band of the last 50 years cant decide between paulette carlsons highway 101 or the judds

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StrayCat Plus
11 16.5k 2 Canada
15 Aug 2013 8:23PM
They're on the edge of country, that's the old style country, but there's no doubt in my mind, The Eagles.
beeza410 5 32 1 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2013 10:56PM
The Eagles are great but Poco have a more naive feeling to them
monstersnowman 10 1.7k 1 England
16 Aug 2013 4:48AM
The Eagles ..
franken Plus
12 3.6k 4 Wales
16 Aug 2013 9:17AM
Another vote for the Eagles.

Ken
jondf 9 2.7k
16 Aug 2013 11:56AM
Not a big country fan but this has some appeal for me -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xybpwZHBw5o
justin c 11 4.6k 36 England
16 Aug 2013 12:10PM
Without a doubt it would have to be THIS GROUP
arhb Plus
8 2.7k 68 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2013 12:22PM
Since 'country' music has become so all-encompassing, it'll be Led Zep for me.
ade_mcfade Plus
11 15.2k 216 England
16 Aug 2013 12:49PM
Think country music - think "SQUEAL LIKE A PIG"




Paul Morgan Plus
14 17.1k 6 England
16 Aug 2013 3:44PM
Plant and Krauss Smile Smile









16 Aug 2013 4:57PM
Difficult to choose between, The Eagles and Alison Krauss with her band Union Station. Thanks for the video above Paul.
Paul Morgan Plus
14 17.1k 6 England
16 Aug 2013 5:08PM
Paul Morgan Plus
14 17.1k 6 England
16 Aug 2013 5:18PM
Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris Smile




Paul Morgan Plus
14 17.1k 6 England
16 Aug 2013 5:27PM
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xiu766_eagles-long-road-out-of-eden_music

This is what the BBC said about the title track

"The title track - a ten-minute centrepiece - is the key text here. A doomy, weary drag through Bush's Iraq, painting an impressionistic portrait of homesick soldiers lost in the desert and blind to the region's historical significance, while their commanders try to keep the spirit of the States alive with barbeques and pecan pie: 'bloated with entitlement, loaded on propaganda'. It's their "Hotel California" for the new age; a surreal nightmare of excess in foreign parts. It's also beautifully rounded off by a short guitar instrumental called "I Dreamed There Was No War". Point taken"
Railcam 8 528 Scotland
16 Aug 2013 5:35PM
Plant and Krauss "Raising Sand". I have the CD and it is superb.
Keith

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