Prime Cuts: July 2012

  

The end of the year means crunch time, so we’ll skip the introductory chatter and track-by-track blurbiage (like verbiage, see?) and get straight to the music. Here are the best country album tracks July had to offer, available as a 7-minute Amazon speed-sampling round immediately below or a full 50-minute Spotify playlist further down.

Sixteen songs guaranteed worthy of your time and attention.

Derek Hoke – “Hope We Make It on Love”
from Waiting All Night

Joey + Rory – “Your Man Loves You Honey”
from His and Hers

Zoe Muth – “I’ve Been Deceived”
from Old Gold

Hank Williams, Jr. – “Old School”
from Old School, New Rules

Old Crow Medicine Show – “Levi”
from Carry Me Back

Keller Williams with The Travelin’ McCourys – “What a Waste of Good Corn Liquor”
from Pick

The Karl Shiflett & Big Country Show – “Blue, Blue Day”
from Take Me Back

Rhonda Vincent – “The Last Best Place”
from Sunday Mornin’ Singin’ Live

Balsam Range – “Any Old Road (Will Take You There)”
from Papertown

Billy Joe Shaver – “The Git Go”
from Live at Billy Bob’s Texas

Kasey Chambers w/ Ashleigh Dallas – “I Wish It Would Rain”
from Storybook

Billy Don Burns – “It Would Kill Mama”
from Nights When I’m Sober: Portrait of a Honky Tonk Singer

Paul Williams & The Victory Trio – “I’m Going to Stay in the Old Time Way”
from Going to Stay in the Old-Time Way

Zac Brown Band – “The Wind”
from Uncaged

Teea Goans w/ Jamie Dailey – “That’s Just Me Loving You”
from That’s Just Me

Rosanne Cash – “Pickin’ Time”
from The Johnny Cash Music Festival 2011

Comments

  1. KC says

    Really like the Kasey Chambers song. I’m excited about the album Ashleigh Dallas is recording that Kasey Chambers is co-producing. Seems like they could do something great together.

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