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tom anderson


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Post  Posted 2 Mar 2019 4:50 pm    
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I love the Desert Rose Band but listening to their first three or four albums plus a Westwood One bootleg I have, I notice that the recordings sound hot or trebly or compressed to me. It’s very distracting. That may be the wrong description but I like the sound on the Tom Brumley record much better.
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Don R Brown


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Rochester, New York, USA
Post  Posted 2 Mar 2019 8:57 pm    
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Mark Eaton wrote:
Thank you Skip.

Desert Rose formed in 1985. Below is a link to their performance on Austin City Limits:

Episode 1303 in 1988 - Rosanne Cash/Desert Rose Band.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-T18IpvdSY


Tremendous! (I have to wonder what was going on at 17:00, something off stage had them looking and grinning!)
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Dennis Olearchik


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Post  Posted 19 Mar 2019 4:21 pm    
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Marty Stuart & The Superlatives are as good a “live band” as any of the bands mentioned in this thread.
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Gary Hegland


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Post  Posted 9 Apr 2019 12:57 pm    
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I agree Bob! And I want to express that John Jorgenson was a big part of the vocal harmonies.
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Gary Spaeth


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Post  Posted 9 Apr 2019 3:56 pm    
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not acl but jaydee's second solo is wild.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1v_BivvAdY
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Joe Goldmark


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Post  Posted 17 Apr 2019 8:44 pm    
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Love the DRB, but the hottest country band was the Texas Troubadours with Leon Rhodes on guitar and either Buddie Emmons or Buddy Charleton on steel.

Just saying.
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Barry Blackwood


Post  Posted 18 Apr 2019 7:47 am    
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Love the DRB, but the hottest country band was the Texas Troubadours with Leon Rhodes on guitar and either Buddie Emmons or Buddy Charleton on steel.

Just saying.

Indeed, Joe. Smile
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Bob Ricker


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Nashville Tn
Post  Posted 18 Apr 2019 10:21 am    
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I wonder if JD went direct on the faster songs with a lot of interaction.
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Douglas Schuch


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Post  Posted 18 Apr 2019 3:49 pm    
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No doubt the Desert Rose Band was a great band. But I prefer the Post-DRB that Herb, Chris, and Jay Dee did Bakersfield Bound - it's more honkytonk and classic country! Probably my favorite country album ever. And what makes it particularly cool is Harold Bullard tabbed out every song on the album and posted it here in the forum! I'd strongly suggest downloading the album, and if you are so inclined, go through the tab. It certainly has impressed me even more how great a steeler Jay Dee is!
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