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Country Albums for People Who Don't Like "Country"

Steven R. Seim "Steve Seim"
 
O Brother, Where Art Thou?
O Brother, Where Art Thou?
"A mini-history lesson in early American music.  One of the finest albums to be released in recent years."
Down from the Mountain: Live Concert Performances by the Artists & Musicians of O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Down from the Mountain: Live Concert Performances by the Artists & Musicians of O Brother, Where Art Thou?
"Excellent live companion piece to "O Brother.""
Stardust
Stardust
"Outlaw cowboy sings traditional pop standards - but producer Booker T. Jones creates a sound that's closer to Muscle Shoals than Nashville."
Revival
Revival
"Great new songs that sound 80 years old."
I Feel Alright
I Feel Alright
"Steve Earle's late 90's albums are virtual tours through the various styles that make up alt-country."
Being There
Being There
""Summerteeth" and "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot" are just as good, but they're not country."
Trace
Trace
"Hard-edged alt-country.  "Tear-Stained Eye" may be the most beautiful country-rock song ever recorded."
Walk On
Walk On
"Rich country sound from a master songwriter."
American Beauty
American Beauty
"The best of '70s country-rock."
No Depression: What It Sounds Like 1
No Depression: What It Sounds Like 1
"An eclectic collection of great contemporary American music.  If any great country stations still existed, this is what they would sound like."
Van Lear Rose
Van Lear Rose
"Producer Jack White recreates the sound of Sun Records circa 1958.  An instant classic."
The Tigers Have Spoken
The Tigers Have Spoken
"And last but by no means least - a Loretta Lynn for the 21st Century."