FINE ASS: Old Crow Medicine Show #Tunesday

Old Crow Medicine Show

  • Bluegrass, Americana group out of Harrisonburg, Virgina
  • Wagon Wheel melody was originally composed by a Bob Dylan bootlegged song.
  • They were discovered on Doc’s (Watson) old corner by Boone Drugs in North Carolina by Doc Watson.
  • The band has deep ties to Canada, as the members first earned their chops together on a busking tour called the Trans Canada Highway Tour.
  • Here are 5 OCMS songs that you may not have heard.  (Non Wagon Wheel OCMS)

Sweet Amarillo

Well the world’s greatest wonder
from what I can tell
Is how a cowgirl like you could ever look my way
I was planted by glory with a half written story
Songs spilling out off of every page

I Hear Them All

So while you sit and whistle, ‘Dixie’
With your money and your power
I can hear the flowers growin’
In the rubble of the towers

Alabama High Test

Well, huff paint, cocaine, playin’ chicken with a train
Smack dab, Meth lab, mellow out, rehab
Percocet, cigarette, I don’t need no more of that
But gimmie some down home Dixie fried homegrown Alabama high test

Mary’s Kitchen

You can’t blame a thief for stealing wallets
That’s just what they do
Can’t blame Mary for stealing hearts
When you taste her barbecue

Cocaine Habit

 Well I love my whiskey and I love my gin
But the way I love my coke is a dog gone sin
Hey hey honey take a whiff on me


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