Wer kennt gute Lieder/Künstler im Bereich melancholische/düstere Country- oder Folkmusik?

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Hör die mal von diesen Künstlern was an, vielleicht ist was für dich dabei.

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Kommentar von lokusdocus
25.03.2016, 13:25

Du hast genau den Nerv getroffen. Ich hätte diese Musiker wohl kaum selbst gefunden. Ich danke dir vielmals!

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Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain - Willie Nelson

In the twilight glow I see her 
Blue eyes crying in the rain 
When we kissed goodbye and parted 
I knew we'd never meet again 

Love is like a dying ember 
Only memories remain 
Through the ages I remember 
Blue eyes crying in the rain 

Someday when we meet up yonder 
We'll stroll hand in hand again 
In a land that knows no parting 
Blue eyes crying in the rain 

Blue eyes crying in the rain 
Blue eyes crying in the rain 
Blue eyes crying in the rain 

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GIVE MY LOVE TO ROSE - JOHNNY CASH

I found him by the railroad track this morning
I could see that he was nearly dead
I knelt down beside him and I listened
Just to hear the words the dying fellow said

He said they let me out of prison down in Frisco
For ten long years I've paid for what I've done
I was trying to get back to Louisiana
To see my Rose and get to know my son

Chorus:
Give my love to Rose please won't you mister
Take her all my money, tell her to buy some pretty clothes
Tell my boy that daddy's so proud of him
And don't forget to give my love to Rose

Won´t you Tell them I said thanks for waiting for me
Tell my boy to help his mom at home
Tell my Rose to try to find another
´cause it ain't right that she should live alone

Mister here's a bag with all my money
It won't last them long the way it goes
God bless you for finding me this morning
now don't forget to give my love to Rose

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The Boxer - Simon & Garfunkel

It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - Bob Dylan

You must leave now, take what you need, you think will last.
But whatever you wish to keep, you better grab it fast.
Yonder stands your orphan with his gun,
Crying like a fire in the sun.
Look out the saints are comin' through
And it's all over now, Baby Blue.

The highway is for gamblers, better use your sense.
Take what you have gathered from coincidence.
The empty-handed painter from your streets
Is drawing crazy patterns on your sheets.
This sky, too, is folding over you
And it's all over now, Baby Blue.

All yous seasick sailors, they are rowing home,
Your empty Armys, they are all going home
The lver, who has just walked out your door
has taken all his blankets from the floor.
The Carpet, too, is moving under you
And it's all over now, Baby Blue.

Leave your stepping sones behind, something calls for you
Forget the dead, you've left, they will not follew you
The Vagabond, who's rapping at your door,
is standing in the clothes that you once wore
Strike another match, go start a new
And it's all over now, Baby Blue

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Kommentar von Bswss
25.03.2016, 15:34

Wunderbares Lied, aber eindeutig Folk ohne jeden Country-Einfluss.

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Sunday morning coming down - Kris Kristofferson

Well I woke up Sunday morning,

With no way to hold my head ´t didn't hurt.

And the beer I had for breakfast wasn't bad,

So I had one more for dessert.

Then I fumbled through my closet for my clothes,

And found my cleanest dirty shirt.

An' I shaved my face and combed my hair,

An' stumbled down the stairs to meet the day.

I'd smoked my brain the night before,

On cigarettes and songs that I'd been pickin'.

But I lit my first and watched a small kid,

Cussin' at a can that he was kicking.

Then I crossed the empty street,

'n caught the Sunday smell of someone fryin' chicken.

And it took me back to somethin',

That I'd lost somehow, somewhere along the way.

On the Sunday morning sidewalk,

Wishing, Lord, that I was stoned.

'Cos there's something in a Sunday,

Makes a body feel alone.

And there's nothin' short of dyin',

Half as lonesome as the sound,

On the sleepin' city sidewalks:

Sunday mornin' comin' down.

In the park I saw a daddy,

With a laughin' little girl who he was swingin'.

And I stopped beside a Sunday school,

And listened to the song that they were singin'.

Then I headed back for home,

And somewhere far away a lonely bell was ringin'.

And it echoed through the canyons,

Like the disappearing dreams of yesterday. -- On the...

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Kommentar von lokusdocus
03.04.2016, 14:53

So viel Mühe gemacht! Danke Dir!

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Lee Brice - "I Drive Your Truck"

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Kommentar von lokusdocus
25.03.2016, 15:00

großartiger song. danke!

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Tom Paxton: The last thing on my mind

Joni Mitchell: Both sides now; Little green

Townes Van Zandt: Waitin' around to die

Eva Cassidy : Autumn leaves (Die Sängerin starb leider bereits 1996)

Und wenn Du ein bisschen Französisch kannst_

Lynda Lemay: Le plus fort, c'est mon père

Jacques Brel: Ne me quitte pas

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Kommentar von lokusdocus
25.03.2016, 16:38

habe die songs durchgehört. unfassbar sensible, authentische stücke. du kennst dich wirklich aus. Danke!

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Tune Robbers - Why

Garth Brooks - The thunder rolls

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