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GFunk
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Denham Springs
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Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
I’m an Outlaw Country Fan...and I love neotrad Country guys like Cody Jinks, Stapleton, Sturgill, etc. But Colter is the ultimate throwback.

Listen to Sleeping on the Blacktop...

Then listen to Thinkin’ On a Woman...

Dave Cobb produces both albums. Hard to believe this kid is 23...and that he recorded these in 2016 and 2018, respectively.

Apologies in advance if he’s been discussed here before...


Chadaristic
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re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
Yeah, Colter Wall is awesome.


Dick Leverage
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Member since Nov 2013
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re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
Colter Bell is to Johnny Cash

As

GVF is to Led Zeppelin

Both very refreshing emulators of a bands and songwriters from the best era of music.


Sayre
Santa Clara, CA
Member since Nov 2011
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re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
I like it. Thanks.


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flvelo12
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Clearwater, Florida
Member since Jan 2012
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re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
Like Colter, but I really really like Cody Jinks. Been listening to his catalog extensively lately.


GFunk
LSU Fan
Denham Springs
Member since Feb 2011
14063 posts

re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
Cody is fantastic. But Colter is a lot more stripped down and unproduced with his sound. Which is why it seems like he and Dave Cobb seem to click real well.

He’s also been around for a whole helluva lot less time than Cody. Jinks was 15 when Colter was born. Taysom Hill of the Saints is half a decade older than Wall. He’s got wayyyyyy less recorded music to sift through. Give him some time.

I’m optimistic that this cat is gonna pump out some fantastic music over the next decade. Which I am in no way disappointed about.


Honest Tune
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Bucktown, La
Member since Dec 2011
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re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
The casino scene in Hell or High Water put his song Sleeping on the Blacktop to good use.


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GFunk
LSU Fan
Denham Springs
Member since Feb 2011
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re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
quote:

Dick Leverage
quote:

Colter Bell is to Johnny Cash




Great take. I’m certain your familiarity with him as an artist informs your take. Which-judging from the fact that you don’t eve know his name-I’m certain I’ll take said opinion with the necessary weight and validity it deserves.

This post was edited on 12/25 at 3:58 pm


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Flair Chops
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to the west, my soul is bound
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re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
the only issue i have with colter wall is that he came down with an illness and no showed for the sweet pea festival in bozeman, mt in 2017. he was the sole reason we bought those passes. kind of a kick in the dick.


GFunk
LSU Fan
Denham Springs
Member since Feb 2011
14063 posts

re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
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Flair Chops
quote:

the only issue i have with colter wall is that he came down with an illness and no showed for the sweet pea festival in bozeman, mt in 2017. he was the sole reason we bought those passes. kind of a kick in the dick.


Totally off-topic: Do you live near Bozeman?


tilco
Auburn Fan
Mobile, AL
Member since Nov 2013
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re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
I like Colter. I need more Sleeping on The Blacktop and less pretending to be a 1890s rancher. He comes off as a bit of a dork.


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franktowntiger
LSU Fan
franklinton,LA
Member since Feb 2007
89 posts

re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
I really like Colter, especially Sleeping on the Blacktop. Tyler Childers is another one for your list. Awesome voice and songwriter. Love everything he does.


GFunk
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Denham Springs
Member since Feb 2011
14063 posts

re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
My buddy just texted me about him last week. Loving all the new neotrad choices in modern country...


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Flair Chops
Miami (FL) Fan
to the west, my soul is bound
Member since Nov 2010
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re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
I lived near there for 2 summers. That summer I was in bigfork, mt, about 5 hours away


GFunk
LSU Fan
Denham Springs
Member since Feb 2011
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re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
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Flair Chops
quote:

I lived near there for 2 summers. That summer I was in bigfork, mt, about 5 hours away


So did you ever check out the Mystery Ranch factory? It's located out in Bozeman. Dana Gleason is the driving force behind the company.

I have recently become obsessed with their products. Wife got me a briefcase for my EDC at the office from Santa this year, and for my birthday she got me another bag to use for fishing and hunting trips.



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flvelo12
LSU Fan
Clearwater, Florida
Member since Jan 2012
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re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
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Cody is fantastic

Stoked, just got tickets to his show next month in St Pete.


SCUBAislander
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Waialua, O'ahu, Hawaii
Member since Feb 2007
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re: Colter Wall - Imaginary Appalachia & Songs of the Plains...
Me too! Flocker meet up?


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