Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
- Jun 23, 2011
Anyone ever see Rustler's Rhapsody? It was a comedy take off of the old Tom Mix/Hopalong Cassidy movies, and put them into a modern perspective.
I love Once Upon a Time in the West - sure it is dated and all that, but it is a great movie in my humble opinion.Sergio Leone only made like seven spaghetti westerns, but his closeup, time-freezing, tension-building style is stamped on each one. People love 'em or hate 'em. I'm on the love 'em side, but not in my top three. Once Upon a Time in the West came close, though.
I grew up on John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, lots of tv shows, and Audie Murphy movies.
Mosey Wales has always been a favorite, The Searchers, Marshall Dillion for tv shows
I've been streaming the station pretty much non-stop since you posted the link - great station to say the least. I wish we had something on the airwaves like that around here.I sure am. There is a station called KHYI that plays that kind of stuff and other amazing music as well. No sexy tractor songs on it and you can get bands and songs played years before the artist may ever make it big.
Heard lots of Tyler Childers, Chris Stapleton, Zac Brown Band, Brent Cobb, Chris Knight, etc. years before they got any notoriety or got enlisted to write songs for big name artists. Also you will hear anything from Hank Sr. to Blue Grass to some relevant people out there breaking through today that are not normal mainstream Pop-Country :)
You can find KHYI the Range online and listen here for free:
One of the greatest movies of all time.
That’s a great Gary Cooper movie! I liked Audie’s “To hell and back” also
Wasn't that a tv series in the late 50's, too? I was always more of a Lone Ranger guy. (Not a single movie of which has been even decent. You just can't replace Clayton Moore.)
And Fury . Not Brad Pitt , the horse .I was always more of a Lone Ranger guy.
It's been years since I listened to Sirius but I think "Outlaw Country" was the good station I listened too. I was so surprised to hear that the good local radio station I have here, had DJ's that started also doing work for "Outlaw Country".I gave up on radio years ago. Too many commercials and "cookie cutter" songs. I'm hooked on Sirius now.
For Country I like the "Y'alternative" station and "North Americana" is a good mix.
I guess lightning didn't strike twice. I don't even remember that one.-edit- really bad!
Yes it was. It's in my pile of "horrible movies that are ocassionaly fun to watch."What? No love for “Cowboys and Aliens?” Just kidding, it was horrible…