Last week's music search put me on a "Country Kick," but it's not for a lack of trying to look elsewhere.
When I look at itunes, and there is nothing but a bunch of artists named T-Pain, Michalz, Flo Rida, and Soulja Boy with songs like Cyclonez, Shawty iz da s***, and many other brutal assaults on the English language, I roll my eyez and wonder about the future of this country.
Here's a good list of actual muzik that I dun found todayz.
1. Love Your Baby Girl- Sugarland- A nice song, with a good melody. It sounds like a little girl who loves her parents. That's the goal.
2. Louisiana Saturday Night- Mel McDaniel- This is one of these great songs I remember from my childhood. The first time I heard it was at Manuel's Cajun Country Store out in Milton, Tn played by a live Cajun band on Manuel's front porch.
3. You'll Always Be My Baby- Sara Evans- I hope this is the kind of husband I have become.
4. Guitars, Cadillacs- Dwight Yoakam- For Odiecoo. Dwight's doing a little acting now. He was the husband in the opening scene of Wedding Crashers. "Go comatose for me, baby."
5. Bubba Shot The Jukebox- Mark Chestnut- The question is, "If you don't already have it, why wouldn't you get it?" This classic should have been in my library long ago.
Let me know if I left some good ones out. Enjoy your Monday! Hold the lemons.
We'll break down this BCS non-sense tomorrow.