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soooo chill and super cool

ok, I would not normally like music like this, but hot dang these songs are so super chill and fun. I found them while looking up Ween. these guys helped out on Ween's Country Greats. After previewing the album I have decided I must have these songs whenever I am outdoors, napping, having coffee, taking a road trip, or just sitting back giving my girl a massage while we sit outside and bask in the fresh sunlight. Trust me ya'll...

Great!

Great tunes!!
if you like this also check out willie and the wheel
Buddy Spicher also played fiddle on george strait's debut - i believe that great lick on "unwound" was him.

Biography

Born: 1944

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Buddy Spicher broke into country music in the mid-'50s, when he joined the band backing Audrey Williams (widow of Hank) mid-tour, replacing Dale Potter late in 1957 or early in 1958. He started out in Wheeling, WV, and ended up in Nashville. For the rest of the 1950s and most of the 1960s, the country fiddle virtuoso was on the road, playing in the touring bands behind Williams, Hank Snow, and other stars, and also playing with such hybrid country-bluegrass outfits as the Charles River Valley Boys...
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