Tags : | Country | 6.56 MB

Description : OLD TIME COUNTRY & BLUEGRASS MUSIC. Doing a Country/Blue Grass thing here.

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  1. JonnyHardKore
    JonnyHardKore on Sat 16th Mar 2019 - 6 months ago

    Joe you keep impressing me everytime I listen to your tracks, you are talented and very diverse, I don't fw bluegrass too often but I have been known to rock some Iron Horse-Fade to Bluegrass from time to time, your track was very well done though, I wasn't able to get that funk up but I did upload a trap track tonight, I will let you know when I got that funk going. Peace.

    JoeFunktastic
    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Thanks Jonny! You know I do a lot of genres, but Funk is still at the center of my universe. I am still the Prime Minister of funk. That name was given to me by a user here. But because I love funk so much it does not mean I can enjoy other genres and music so thanks man.

    Joe

  2. OdotZED
    OdotZED on Sat 1st Dec 2018 - 9 months ago

    mad melodies,im gonna try make me some country now lol

    JoeFunktastic
    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    I hope you do well. Thanks!

  3. laurentwirz
    laurentwirz on Sat 1st Dec 2018 - 9 months ago

    Ooooooooooooooooh-la! So excellent. So nice to ear something real played. I like it very much. Happy tune, I'm fan! Congrats!

    JoeFunktastic
    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Well hot dog! Thanks, I had a moment of country inspiration and I told myself I will never do another one unless I had the right mind to do so. Thanks again!

    Joe

  4. Arloph09
    Arloph09 on Sun 13th May 2018 - 1 year ago

    howdi yall

    JoeFunktastic
    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    You know it.

  5. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Tue 22nd Sep 2015 - 3 years ago

    How Y`all doin Joe...you are making me want to dance & drink like at those old-time wedding dances...(or maybe its the devil making me do it...haha)...they were great...you just went in & pretended to be somebody`s relative & Y`all was welcome as Spring..& they would get you a cab home later..haha...your versatility is showing again my friend...but I just enjoy everything you do,...always leaves a smile...keep on...Ed....pS: nice ending too

    JoeFunktastic
    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    This song almost did not happen Ed! Whew! Two years ago. Man I am pretty slow at this. Thanks bro! Joe

  6. ScottB55
    ScottB55 on Tue 22nd Sep 2015 - 3 years ago

    Wow, this is an oldie for you, Funky Joe. Also a bit out of your funk genre. In my early years, I never cared much for country, even after playing in many country bands along with backing up John Schneider and John Anderson, but I've come to enjoy a little of it.

    Your song brings back those memories. You're really showing your versatility, here...Great job, my friend!

    Cheers,
    Scott

  7. theHumps
    theHumps on Mon 21st Sep 2015 - 3 years ago

    Very cool Joe, made me feel like I was 7 years old again watching the old classic country tv show Hee Haw.

    You really stepped out past your comfort zone with this one, pretty impressed with what you did here. Great selection of bluegrass and country instruments. The drum beat is a variation of the classic train beat, I use it from time to time so that was a great selection.

    As a fun fact, they didn't allow drums in the Opry back in the day. That was for that heathenish rock and roll, jazz, blues.... I think they do now though.

    Well done man, hope all is well!

    Wayne

    JoeFunktastic
    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Wayne! Greetings there old timer, ha ha ha! Man, I guess it is all about what you remembered long ago and I heard a lot of country music as a kid as well. There were plenty of country related shows on Television. My mother would watch a lot of variety shows of the 1960s and a lot of them had country music. Back in 2011 the REAL style Country and Western music genre kept nagging at me and it would not let go so I had to do something about it.

    Switching gears Wayne, my new life is bitter-sweet! I do miss hearing my kids saying good morning daddy but at the same time I ain't got somebody nagging me so I am good man and my new life is Easy Like Sunday Morning!

    Thanks Wayne!

    Joe

  8. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Thu 9th Jul 2015 - 4 years ago

    WOW, this is one genre I would have never pegged you venturing into Joe. You nailed the twang real good! I would say its rather campy and sounds very electronic which is really what makes it so unique and so entertaining. The pedal steel is tight man !
    You never cease to amaze bro.
    Props to Danke for dusting the cobwebs off this classic!

  9. crucethus
    crucethus on Wed 8th Jul 2015 - 4 years ago

    Do I hear a Sony loop or 2 in there? Anyhoo country...Like my Uncledaddy used to say..he said "son,nephew....you only live once in this life so Be Stiff!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYsIQOAcBbc&html5=1
    reat work Joe
    Steve

  10. Arhum
    Arhum on Sat 4th Jul 2015 - 4 years ago

    Saw this from Danke's post. Seeing it's on the first page of the featured section though, I don't know if it can be considered forgotten yet hahaha (even though this track is like 4 years old)...

    Anyway, I digress. This is definitely a cool change from your funk stuff. Clean as always. Would be cool if you found a vocal for this track! Like Lissie from Morgan Page's "Longest Road." Or is this an instrumental for a vocal version of this track? The instrumental's great though! =)

  11. danke
    danke on Sat 4th Jul 2015 - 4 years ago

    What an oldie and unique one...I will offer this track to ShurelyTemper's new thread...Forgotten Looperman Classics...

    Brilliant job from you Joe...Handshake, Danke

    JoeFunktastic
    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Danke, I swear you are about as nice as they come man! That was really cool what you did. You know when I was young my mother watched a lot of variety shows on TV. Most of them featured Soft Rock or Country. It was one of those weird things I had to. Had to get it out of my system, ha ha ha! One day back in 2011 it just happened my dear friend. The urge to go Country and not care much what people would say. I must say, I felt good after I was done. Most people will never think of me as Country, ha ha ha, I don't think of myself as country. I've deleted so many recent songs but some reason I could not delete this one. Thanks once again my friend! Joe

  12. Darklighter
    Darklighter on Sat 4th Jul 2015 - 4 years ago

    Did you play this yourself or are you using samples?

    GREAT JOB either way

  13. Eighteen
    Eighteen on Sat 4th Jul 2015 - 4 years ago

    This is totally different from what I am used to from you xD
    But I like it a lot, sounds really fun xD
    Nice one man :D

    ~Eighteen

  14. silverman
    silverman on Sat 4th Jul 2015 - 4 years ago

    Wowy zowy Mr Funkster this is brilliant!
    Legs are dancing under the desk head and shoulders are rolling!
    Can't get it to download at the moment as my connection has gone a little crazy in these storms.
    Please leave it open I want to play this at my next barbie for everyone.
    They'll find it hard to believe where this is from.
    I think you should be working as hard to flog this as you did putting it together.
    Brilliant little piece and straight in the faves.

    JoeFunktastic
    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Howdy Y'all! Hey Silverman. You ever have an urge to just do something typically not you. In 2011 I became country y'all, eeeh haw! Exposed to country at an early age but not loving it back then man. Not even loving it today but I was hit with so much country music back then I feel I knew country music back in 2011 which was kind of strange bro. Just had to get it out of my system. It actually started out as an experiment. I wasn't going to make a song, I was just screwing around. Before I knew it, I had made the first 90 seconds and I played it back, I said oh shit I need to finish this thing! I had fun doing that man. Could not follow up because most the urge for country had me just once like that man. Thanks silverman! Y'all come back now, ya hear! Joe

  15. Carrol
    Carrol on Wed 14th Mar 2012 - 7 years ago

    Yee ha some down home country, sounds cool!

    JoeFunktastic
    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Carrol, hi! I am so slow at getting back to people. Thanks for the review.

  16. JodyJames
    JodyJames on Sat 20th Aug 2011 - 8 years ago

    first thing that poped in my head listening to this...was the duke boys Bo & Luke gettin chased by the cops around town...that reminds me i'm sure you don't care...but, the chase scenes around town at the square..is 10 min up the road from me.
    ok enough of that..You are very verse in music hopefully I can be like that...awsome again fam.

    Jody

    JoeFunktastic
    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Thanks Jody, I am dude from the inner-city who loved country music. If the bruthas in the hood found out back then they might of killed me or at the very least beat the crap out of me for listening to country music.

    Fast forward some years, I am doing what I love and I am not ashamed. Thanks for the Review, man you are an awesome talent May I say!

    MrF

  17. Vicen
    Vicen on Mon 15th Aug 2011 - 8 years ago

    Delightful track. A highly recommended listen. A pleasure for the ears to hear this track and all its subtleties.

    JoeFunktastic
    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Howdeeeeeeeeeee my friend. Gee thanks. You know the early country reminded of better time in music and the world in general.

    Even today's country is almost too hard to recognize. I guess that's what they call progress. But anywho thanks for the listen and review, I appreciate it.

    MrF

  18. haven
    haven on Fri 5th Aug 2011 - 8 years ago

    this is great fun - real nice work here - supports my generally good disposition! And makes me wanna pick up my guitar! :)

    JoeFunktastic
    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    I hope you do get that guitar going because you got plenty more songs to be made. Thanks for the review!

    MrF

  19. MStokes
    MStokes on Thu 4th Aug 2011 - 8 years ago

    seamless and amazing groove/s - bro this is high spirits i hope it was it was as fun to make as as it is to listen to - boundless positive energy - the funk is universal in yr gifted hands MrF!

    JoeFunktastic
    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Thanks, you know man I just go with how I feel sometimes. That week I was feeling country. I was not worrying what's popular just going with my gut feeling that week. I find I do better tracks that way, rather than just lay into one genre that most peeps are doing and forcing a miracle. There are plenty of those pop and explicit songs on this site anyway. So yeah, from the heart. Thanks for the review!

    MrF

  20. PatriciaEdwards
    PatriciaEdwards on Thu 4th Aug 2011 - 8 years ago

    MrF you are too much! im dancin all over the place here. you're just too talented! we simply must dance together some day! :-)

    JoeFunktastic
    Reply by JoeFunktastic

    Just getting around to my reviews. People have responded very nicely to multi-genre thing. And you know MuzicIzMee4Ever, I just go with how I feel and the genres I have mastered or have reasonable confidence in doing. I am starting to settle down now. It's like I had all these songs in me from many genres screaming to be created. So now I can take things down a notch. Thanks for the review.

    MrF

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