Country Perspective’s Best Music Reviewed in September


This is the monthly recap post of all the great music we reviewed on the blog in case you missed it or just came across our humble, little blog. So check this music out if you haven’t already.



Artists of Then, Now & Forever – “Forever Country”






Cheryl Desere’e – Cheryl Desere’e

Whiskey Myers – MUD

Dwight Yoakam – Swimmin’ Pools, Movie Stars…

3 thoughts on “Country Perspective’s Best Music Reviewed in September

  1. Zackary Kephart October 3, 2016 / 11:58 am

    Yeah, kind of a disappointing month in terms of true top-tier projects. Of the albums I covered this month, the only album that really has a shot at my year end list is Butch Walker’s “Stay Gold”, and that was released In August so….

    Still, plenty of good and great albums all around.


  2. OlaR October 3, 2016 / 12:31 pm

    September was not the best month of the year. But there was enough good music to enjoy.

    Best Albums:
    Amber Lawrence – Happy Ever After (8/10)
    Seleen McAlister – Follow The Journey (8/10)
    Sunny Cowgirls – Here We Go (8/10)

    The Dwight Yoakam album is a 7/10. “Purple Rain” is not the “highlight” i expected.
    The worst album (unpopular opinion for sure) is Mud (Whiskey Myers).

    First Impression:
    William Michael Morgan – Vinyl (8-9/10) – the Ep & a couple of new songs
    The Shires – My Universe (7/10) – great harmony vocals but too much pop for a country album


    • Diego Busacca October 3, 2016 / 2:22 pm

      Yeah, I’m little disapponted too from The Shires new album. Instead I like very much the new “Ward Thomas” album, even if is more popish than the previous one.


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