More musical musings: Yep, that’s exactly the problem….

…or, Sometimes I think I get off on the pain…

I made the lunch run just now, to this little barbecue joint on New Braunfels Avenue just north of IH-10. And once again, I left the Sirius receiver at home and surfed. I need to get out of that habit. I heard a Y100 promo that went, “We play the best country,” followed by a snippet of Kid Rock’s “All Summer Long.” I thought to myself, all righty then, as I went on to KZEP and Bad Company

And backing out of the place to bring home lunch, once again on Y100, I heard Jason Aldean’s “Crazy Town” (thought the melody sounded like “She’s Country,” and that’s a commentary all its own — people think GEORGE STRAIT records the same song over and over? What the hell ever, y’all.) in which he describes Nashville as “Hollywood with a touch of twang.” And I thought that summed up the problem with modern country in a nutshell, though I’m sure the songwriters probably meant it as a compliment. So back to KISS 99.5 it went. Lord knows Sirius isn’t perfect, but it’s still a fat lot better than terrestrial. I’d have to agree with TFG’s comment here, though I do love the headbangers:

“This town don’t know from country music — it’s headbangers and Nashville.  Kind of like hell would be.”

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One Response to “More musical musings: Yep, that’s exactly the problem….”

  1. southtexaspistolero Says:

    AlanDP (204.145.111.67)
    Next time try to tune in 92.1, KNBT from New Braunfels. You might be able to pick it up in that part of town.
    July 28, 2010, 7:53:14 PM CDT – Like – Reply – Edit – Moderate

    Sabra (69.152.235.1)
    I dunno, we couldn’t really get it in when we lived on the NE side o’ town (technically just north of SA). Worth a shot, though…I dunno why he didn’t just put it on KKYX & let it sit…
    July 29, 2010, 11:06:23 AM CDT – Like – Reply – Edit – Moderate

    Boomer Lad (207.235.20.43)
    KISS and Joe Anthony were who “broke” Metallica in the US market. They aren’t the same as they were when I was a wee lad, though.
    August 5, 2010, 10:45:59 PM CDT

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