I am going to be super busy this weekend but i have prepared some posts in advance that I think you will really like. For Saturday and Sunday I have two new posts queued up in the Underachievers series. These are the earliest examples of underachievers that I remember from my high school days.
For next Tuesday we have another combination Long Song Tuesday/Album of the Week post coming your way. You are going to love this one…these guys were punk before there was punk, heavy metal before there was heavy metal, and, at times, they were just plain strange. Any guesses….
Speaking of guesses. Listen to this song and post a comment if you know who it is. I will have a post on them coming your way soon.
The Song is “County Line” by the Pousette-Dart Band. I never heard of them, but I fouled a bit by using SoundHound. I think the Band is an all American Band because I never heard of them in Europe in the radio stations. However there’s some music in it or some playing of instruments that’s recognizable. I’m grabbing my memories, but … alas there are no results.
I had to laugh when I read your post…the tools available on the internet make it hard to stump anybody with questions these day! You are absolutely correct, the mystery song was County Line by Pousette -Dart Band. They actually had some very nice music in the mid-1970s. I first got interested in them when they opened for Yes here in Huntsville, Alabama in June of 1976. I really liked their sound during that concert and still enjoy listening to their albums today. I will post more of their music and more info about them soon.
Thanks for your comments!