country rock


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country rock

[¦kən·trē ′räk]
(geology)
Rock that surrounds and is penetrated by mineral veins.
Rock that surrounds and is invaded by an igneous intrusion.
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First song I Robbed a Bank has a cool laid-back beginning with a wry smile: "All I wanted was a massive pile of money and a place of my own", the country rock of the beginning ending with New Orleans ragtime piano by the end.
Their new album A Crooked Mile once again echoes their love and passion for all things West Coast USA, Laurel Canyon and the great country rock music produced in the late 1960s/early 70s,with a 21st century indie feel.
In the '70s, this music would have been described as country rock.
an intimate venue, a packed house, three of the best roots, soul, blues and country rock acts you could ask for and a rookie journalist with a bottle of wine to himself.
It involves an intimate contact and efficient heat transfer between the magma and the country rock, and therefore requires that the country rocks be at temperatures above the magma solidus.
For the first time in GRAMMY([R]) history, international sensation and current nominee Shakira will perform, and fellow nominee Wyclef Jean will join her; current nominees Chris Brown, Lionel Richie and Smokey Robinson will take the stage in a special GRAMMY Moment segment paying tribute to the tradition of great male R&B artists; and nominees Rascal Flatts will perform with previously announced nominee Carrie Underwood in a tribute to country rock on the 49th Annual GRAMMY Awards, it was announced today by The Recording Academy([R]).
TO mark the 20th anniversary of country rock rebel Steve Earle's signature set, here's a double-CD which couples the original album with no fewer than 17 live performances, 11 of them never heard before.
AN eclectic mix of some of the best, upbeat country rock and traditional hits of some of the true legends of country music is coming to Tamworth.
in their hard-driving, eclectic and tightly arranged country rock -- even when the psychedelic, Celtic and Indian raga elements come to the fore.
That would have been long forgotten, however, if not for the musical legacy of a performer who enjoyed only peripheral fame at the time but was a founding father of the country rock genre which - as anybody who caught The Eagles' NIA dates last week can testify - remains phenomenally successful.
Seven Sisters continues the country rock of Suzie, Harbour Song adds a beautiful mandolin and Southern Man is a red-neck, snake-eyed stomp.
Pick of the new songs were America, which ventured into Neil Young country rock territory, and Don't Get Me Down, which could well end up as the first single thanks to its catchy chorus.

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