Best country music according to redditors

We found 254 Reddit comments discussing the best country music. We ranked the 216 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Country:

u/AstralRomance · 4 pointsr/tipofmytongue

I'm pretty sure it's called Single Standard Time by Jim Lauderdale, but I can't find it available to listen to anywhere!

Oh, there's a 30 second clip on Amazon with the line you mentioned. :)

u/foltaggio · 4 pointsr/TaylorSwift

Here it is on Google Play for those of us subscribed to All Access

Google Play - non-AA link

Edit: Amazon

u/MCubb · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hey hey happy birthday!

I Loved Her First

u/wellvis · 2 pointsr/Bluegrass

Bobby Slone was the bass player for J.D. Crowe and the New South, whose eponymous release remains one of the most influential bluegrass recordings of its time.

He was also the fiddle player on the Kentucky Colonels' Appalachian Swing!, which also featured a 19 year old Clarence White on guitar and his brother Roland on mandolin.

u/JennyJoyO · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I am a robot
I want this song
I will do the robot to it
thank you

u/sooprcow · 2 pointsr/TaylorSwift

It is now on Amazon. :)

u/xythrowawayy · 2 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

Pretty easy, really.

A Google search for it returns a first result of it on Youtube, so you can listen to it for free.

If you want to pay for it to get money back to the band, you can buy it or the whole album from Google Music: or from Amazon:

u/xanderthezeppo · 1 pointr/Music

The only place I could find online was with an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription or buying the full album for $9. Doesn't seem like it's available online separately.

u/raddit-bot · 1 pointr/listentothis

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|about artist|The The is an alternative/new wave band formed in 1979 in London, England. Matt Johnson (vocals, multiple instruments) is the only constant band member. Releases are fairly few and far between but over the years The The has managed to sell several million albums internationally. Johnson formed the first version of the band in 1979, with synth player Keith Laws. The group, after opening for Scritti Politti, issued its first single "Controversial Subject" on the 4AD label in 1980. One year later, it contributed a track to the Some Bizzare Records compilation album, Some Bizarre Album. ([more on]( The))|
|album|Infected, released Nov 1985|
|images|album image, artist image|
|links|track on amazon, album on amazon|
|tags|postpunk, newwave|
|similar|Lloyd Cole and The Commotions, The Teardrop Explodes, The Psychedelic Furs, Love and Rockets, Electronic|
|metrics|lastfm listeners: 222,041, lastfm plays: 2,803,487, youtube plays: 15,068, score: 8|

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u/ginger_bredman · 1 pointr/GunsNRoses

I downloaded it from Amazon. It's decent.

u/thisisaredditacountt · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Do I Ever Cross Your Mind could be sad, but Dolly, Emmylou, Linda are just too spirited for it to not be happy.

u/wow_looksgreat · 1 pointr/Songwriters

Okay haha I saw the name but I wasn't sure.

I linked the amazon word in the last comment, but if it didn't work just search Tim Kelly on itunes and its the album art that looks like a sketch.
Itunes lets you preview the songs for free and its a pretty good amount of time.
Heres the link for amazon

u/doublestop23 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/surgeandoj · 1 pointr/todayilearned

His album is on sale at Amazon for $5. The Crow: New Songs For the Five-String Banjo

u/robotknifefight · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Music on cryin' holy, it's pretty far back in the mix.

i agree the vocals (aren't very good in general) and the piano aren't very bluegrass, and you're of course right that real appalachia music is pretty much all strings, but come on; surely you can recognize strong similarities outside of that archetype?

link me some tunes, i'd love to listen and find some new music (after i get back from the bar) one of my favorites right now is jim lauderdale, who i guess i could credit for my "blurred lines" of bluegrass genre classification (hoho)

this is the last time(i'm ever gonna hurt) (dat slide solo @ 1:20)

looking for a good place to land after a listen, try counting the bars on this one. pretty tricky

and of course, i met jesus in a bar