Articles tagged honky tonk

Racializing Rock: The ‘60s and the White Sounds of ‘Pet Sounds’

Pet Sounds is not a racist text, but its impact was racist because it further encoded rock as a white genre, perpetuating the institutionalized prejudice that relegated African Americans to the margins of rock.

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Dale Watson and His Lonestars: Live at the Big T Roadhouse, Chicken S#!+ Bingo

Longtime Texas honky-tonker brings his tunes to life in a rowdy roadhouse complete with live chickens

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Western Centuries - “Hallucinations” (audio) (premiere)

Seattle's Western Centuries keep the fire alight for real honest to goodness honky tonk country music.

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The Pine Hill Haints: The Magik Sounds of the Pine Hill Haints

The Pine Hill Haints supply antique sounds, modern attitude, and a good time all around.

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A Thousand Ways to Love, a Thousand Ways to be Hurt: The Legacy of Lefty Frizzell

Like others of his honky-tonk ilk, Lefty Frizzell embodies the story of wits and perseverance in a time when poverty gripped portions of the South in a steadfast grip.

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27 Feb 2011 // 8:58 PM

Pete Anderson: Even Things Up

Anderson evokes that feeling of late Saturday night when one regrets doing what one just did, but knows that one would do it again in a heartbeat.

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Exposition Dumps Don't Need Dialogue in 'Virginia'

// Moving Pixels

"Virginia manages to have an exposition dump without wordy exposition.

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