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PlayI Like Country Music(c)JP Textt Country Concert 26

by JP Textt (c)

I Like Country Music (c)JP Textt Concert Series
"I Learned Country Music so I Like it that Way"...
...'Country Simulations Tour' Concert...
...JP Textt (c) 'Vorus' is a song, like a chorus...
...SRu 1-062-514...
...JP Textt Original protected by (c) Copyright(s)...
Hear my other JP Textt(c) Original 'Country Comedy...
"Country Cowgirl", "If You're New to Country"...
..."Extra Extra! Atlanta Rhymes with Santa!"...
Uploaded: July 6, 2012
Duration: 1m 7s

Comments for I Like Country Music(c)JP Textt Country Concert 26

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Considering just one guitar was used for this particular original version of this song, the lyrics has to be good.  It's innovative to optimize and use the least amount of instruments, and just one handheld recorder that can take place the drums. It might be a new type of Country song that can be fun and lively.

In the past Country had these type of songs

1) Feeling crazy songs

2) Crying songs

3) About Ex's in or out of Texas

4) Prison songs

5) Stepping on someone's toe's songs

6) Cheating heart songs

This song is refreshingly not among the 5 listed, if you want to get rhythm, buy yourself a metronome, recorders or even tuners might have a metronome. Some type of this may become a favorite, and to teach them to sing Country.  On this Thanksgiving day, Nov 22, 2012, it was around 43rd in Country and 2nd in Alternative Country. Thank goodness Country can change to be as lively as Latin music!

Portrait of Press

I think the basics for a new country song that can become popular, having a baritone country singer is different from  today's country singers that sound a lot the same.

I've heard this particular recording was done on a handheld  recorder, and only one guitar, with all effects done on the handheld and BPM at 110!  Good job, it might help populize Country Music!

Today it's currently 22nd on Alternative Country, at