These days, country music can mean a whole lot of things. It can mean the traditional croon and swoon style of Patsy Cline and Hank Williams (both of whom seem to pop up on everyone's influence list, even the rock and rollers). "Country" can mean the thumping bass and frantic banjo of bluegrass, the gritty grimy guitar of Neil Young or a classic four chord homage to the working class hero. For this Best of 2011 list, we offer 10 Kinds Of Country. Best Americana Song By Someone Who's Not From America: "These Bars Are Made Of Iron" by [mp3com-artist]Johnny Wrong[/mp3com-artist], acolyte of [mp3com-artist]Johnny Cash[/mp3com-artist] and resident of Germany. [mp3com-download url="" artist="Johnny Wrong" song="These bars are made of iron" expiration="12/31/2011" email="none" label="Johnny Wrong"/] Best Country Song About What Really Happens When You Get Drunk On Saturday Night: [mp3com-artist]American Anodyne[/mp3com-artist]'s "Call My Brother" [mp3com-download url="" artist="American Anodyne" song="Call My Brother" expiration="12/31/2011" email="none" label="American Anodyne"/] Best Bluegrass Song About What It's Like To Bring Up Kids: [mp3com-artist]James Reams and the Barnstormers[/mp3com-artist]' "Bailin' Again" [mp3com-download url="" artist="James Reams/Barnstormers" song="Bailin' Again" email="none" label="James Reams"/] Best Country Lyrics About America And Such: [mp3com-artist]Clint Nation Band[/mp3com-artist]'s "Time For A Change" [mp3com-download url="" artist="Clint Nation Band" song="Time For A Change" email="none" label="Clint Nation Band"/] Best Country Song About About Traveling : [mp3com-artist]Tallahassee[/mp3com-artist]'s "California" [mp3com-download url="" artist="Tallahassee" song="California" expiration="12/31/2011" email="none" label="Tallahassee"/] Best Emulation Of [mp3com-artist]Townes Van Zant[/mp3com-artist]: [mp3com-artist]Southern Ghost[/mp3com-artist]'s "Her Long Legs" [mp3com-download url="" artist="Southern Ghosts" song="Her Long Legs" email="none" label="Southern Ghosts"/] Harmonies Most Likely To Ring Around Your Cerebellum: The [mp3com-artist]Matthews Brothers[/mp3com-artist]' "Frontenac" [mp3com-download url="" artist="The Matthews Brothers" song="Frontenac" expiration="12/31/2011" email="none" label="The Matthews Brothers"/] Best Imitation of [mp3com-artist]Neil Young[/mp3com-artist] and [mp3com-artist]Drive By Truckers[/mp3com-artist] (and Weirdest Country Band Name): [mp3com-artist]Arliss Nancy[/mp3com-artist]'s and "Cemetary Hills" [mp3com-download url="" artist="Arliss Nancy" song="Cemetary Hills" expiration="12/31/2011" email="none" label="Arliss Nancy"/] Best Country Song For Dancing Your Ass Off: [mp3com-artist]R. Mutt[/mp3com-artist]s "One Dime" [mp3com-download url="" artist="R. Mutt" song="One Dime" expiration="12/31/2011" email="none" label="R. Mutt"/] Song Most Likely To Be In Your Brain When You Wake Up Tomorrow Morning: [mp3com-artist]Deep Dark Woods[/mp3com-artist]' "West Side Street" [mp3com-download url="" artist="Deep Dark Woods" song="West Side Street" expiration="12/31/2011" email="none" year="2011" label="Sugar Hill"/]

Artists: Deep Dark Woods

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