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Movin On

by Jim Cook and the Taylormacs

Genuine Traditional Country, Fender telecaster, Steel Guiter, Fiddle Piano. Not that current boring Nashville bubblegum music
Genre: Country: Modern Country
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1. Everything I Do Turns Into Cash
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2. Highway Built for Love
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3. Damned If I Do
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4. That Old Home of Mine
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5. Gone Too Long
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6. You're Just An Old Habit
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7. Rusty Old Sign
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8. Saigon Revisited
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9. The Captain
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10. Veterans Lament
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11. West Virginia Coal Mine
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12. Written in Gold
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Album Notes
Jim Cook from Inez Kentucky and Taylor McKinnon from Birmingham Ala met while Jim was a student at San Bernardino Valley College, where Jims cousin Ray was a professor, as was Taylor McKinnon. They joined after realizing that they were both guitarists and loved country music and formed Jim Cook and the Taylormacs as well as Holly Records USA, for the purpose of writing and recording songs to merchandize and started playing on Friday nights at the local American Legion Hall. This is the fifth album they have produced.


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Mike Petersen

reporter ,Yucaupa musc review
Real country music, delightful number by Jim Cook and the Taylormacs. Not that syrupy stuff now passed off as country music