|Performer:||Donel & The Cat|
|Title:||Sad Country Songs|
|Other format:||MP4 MIDI ASF MIDI AUD ADX TTA|
Sad The Saddest Country Songs. List Rules Vote up the saddest country songs. Few things are as difficult as missing someone you love, heartache, or death. Whether they have passed away, have moved on, or are just not near you, these can be difficult things to deal with. Often these are topics that the saddest of country songs deal with. The best of these songs on this list are the best. These saddest country songs provide kind of emotional connection that musicians hope people discover in their music
Everything I Do Gonna Be Funky, O'Donel Levy's follow-up to his excellent Simba, is something of a letdown in comparison. Simba featured a bunch of solid tunes, written and dynamically arranged by Manny Albam. Although both albums were produced by label head Sonny Lester, without Albam's input these sessions seem somewhat lost. The second tune is a direct ripoff. Billy Preston's "Will It Go Round in Circles" is taken at breakneck speed, and let's just say Levy is better off sticking with instrumentals.
It was issued after Coltrane had already ceased recording for the label. All tracks written by Tommy Flanagan except where noted. Minor Mishap" – 7:26. How Long Has This Been Going On?" (George and Ira Gershwin) – 5:58. Tommy's Tune" – 11:58. Idrees Sulieman – trumpet.
This album is to reach out o the people who like my slow sad country ballads. There are some songs dealing with the loneliness that death can bring ( I'll Teach the Angels, Need to Let You Memory Sleep, Please Don't Wake Me, Wish You Were Here, Quiet Christmas, Tom's Grave). There are also a couple song dealing with finding God in the woods( Go To The Woods and You Go To Your Church and I'll Go To Mine). I'm Coming Home is for all the military kids hopefully coming home. Candy Kissed Me takes a 50's chord progression and is an easy to sing old fashioned sound
Guitar: O'Donel Levy Bass: Tony Levin Percussion: Jimmy Madison Trumpet: Burt Collins, Ernie Royal, Jon Faddis, Lew Soloff Baritone Saxophone: Eddie Daniels Piccolo: Eddie Daniels Flute: Eddie Daniels Flugelhorn: Al Rubin, Burt Collins, Lew Soloff, Cecil Bridgewater Trombone: Bill Watrous Electric Piano: Warren Bernhardt Other Instruments: Cecil Bridgewater Engineer: Malcolm Addey.
We need sad songs for the comfort they can provide. Bernie Taupin captured this sentiment best and hid it in a jaunty little pop song by Elton John: If someone is suffering enough to write it down When every single word makes sense Then it’s easier to have those songs around The kick inside is in the line that finally gets to you And it feels so good to hurt so bad And suffer just enough to sing the blues. Yes, sad songs do say so much. And these 50 songs helped the Paste staff to hurt so good. I tried to keep it to one song per artist but Johnny Cash ended up getting a pass. 41. Brad Paisley and Alison Krauss – Whiskey Lullaby Heartbreak and whiskey-drinking is standard fare for country songs, but Whiskey Lullaby has a distinctly more melancholy tone. She put him out like the burnin’ end of a midnight cigarette, it begins, detailing the sorrow of a man drinking away memories until they kill him.
|A||Sad Country Songs
Written-By – E. John & B. Taupin*
|B||She Comes To Me
Written By – K. Westbury-M. Shiner