I haven’t posted anything from Robbie Fulks’ wonderful Country Love Songs album for a goodly pinch of time now, so armed with that knowledge makes this morning’s selection easy enough.
This is great – not as good as his favourite tune of mine – She Took a Lot of Pills (And Died), since you asked, which I’ve previously posted – but it is still pretty fine:
In case you fancy giving that other Fulks tune I mentioned a listen (and there really is no good reason why you shouldn’t), I’ve re-upped it, here.
More from that “Rich Hall’s Countrier Than You” documentary that I mentioned last week now, and an artist who features there, performing and being interviewed, and who has featured here before:
Robbie Fulks – Every Kind of Music But Country
She’s not right for you, Robbie.
With thanks to the regular reader who kindly sent me a copy of that entire album recently. I’ll name no names but you know who you are. Cheers!
Now, I did say today’s song wouldn’t be any more cheerful…
I think I got this from regular reader George’s old blog, but he says it may have been Charity Chic that posted it.
Either way, thanks, and here’s another fine entry into the “Song Titles Which Only Occur in Country Music” catalogue:
Robbie Fulks – She Took A Lot Of Pills (And Died)
Splendid use of the brackets there, by the way.