Country Perspective’s Best Music Reviewed in October

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This is the monthly recap post of all the great music we reviewed on the blog in case you missed it or just came across our humble, little blog. So check this music out if you haven’t already.

10/10

None

 

9/10

Albums:

Lydia Loveless – Real

Karen Jonas – Country Songs

Blackberry Smoke – Like an Arrow

Paul Cauthen – My Gospel

 

8/10

Albums:

Brent Cobb – Shine On Rainy Day

 

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5 thoughts on “Country Perspective’s Best Music Reviewed in October

    • Yes I have listened to it. Normally we don’t review EPs, but I could make an exception. I’m thinking about it.

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    • I listened to the Midland Ep a couple of days ago. It’s 2,49€ here (Google Play).
      Looks like the Ep (five tracks) was released by Big Machine without much promotion.
      “Throwback” sound, harmony vocals but the lyrics are so-so (“…country rock’n’roll band…”).

      Album Of The Month: Jamie Richards – Latest & Greatest (9/10)
      Surprise Of The Month: Jesse Raub Jr. – Sittin’ Here (8/10)
      Two artists from Texas. Traditional country sound with steel & fiddle. A rocker & a mainstream song thrown in to please radio.

      9/10 album: Mo Pitney – Behind This Guitar
      8/10 album: Rebecca Lee Nye – Gypsy Heart

      Songs Of The Month:
      Jamie Richards – “She’s As Cold As The Beer She’s Drinkin'” (Guitar driven midtempo country-rocker)
      Jesse Raub Jr. – “She’ll Put The Hurt On You” (Texas country, steel, fiddle, guitar, midtempo)
      Tenille Arts – “Dash Light” (love the harmony vocals, very radio-friendly, for Kelsea Ballerini fans)
      J.T. Hodges – “After Midnight” (far, far away from traditional country but i like the atmosphere)

      Billboard Country Update (31/10):
      #1 – Luke Bryan – “Move” (Billboard Country Airplay)
      #1 – Chris Stapleton – Traveller (Billboard Top Country Albums)
      A 1001 week old album is beating Jason Aldean & FGL.

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