countryish

countryish

(ˈkʌntrɪɪʃ)
adj
1. resembling that which is typically found in the countryside
2. (Music, other) music similar to that which is typical of country music
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Among the stand-out tracks are the slide guitar blues of Ain't No Fun, the upbeat funk of Head High Water Blues, the countryish How Do You Feel and the slow jazz burn of No Easy Way.
A combination of sly vocal swoops and weepy lead guitar gives "Har Mukande" a slightly countryish feel, while some rapid-fire chanting near the end of "Ad Guray Nameh" calls to mind the 16th-note phrases sometimes heard in hip-hop or dance hall reggae.
Still it's not all sunshine: Bad Girl is a stretch too far into countryish, and overall the quartet are a bit clumsy, with a bit too much energy to share.
Still it's not all sunshine: BadGirl is a stretch too far into countryish, and overall the quartet are a bit clumsy, with a bit too much energy to share.
It is followed by the swingin' "All Day," the cruisy and moody "Heart and Dagger" and then, like a great Gospel choir or a perfect roots and blues pub gig, the whole album just rips along at a heartfelt pace--from a jamming and irreverent cover of "Dixie," to the countryish "Just Some Girl," to a sensitive acoustic version of Joan Armatrading's "The Weakness In Me." The out and proud Cole belongs in your collection right next to Roseanne Cash and Mary Gauthier.
Kristin: Most of it is countryish, except for like, some of the cities.
Which of those we'll get tonight, in among his newer, more countryish leanings, is anyone's guess though.
At 26, after years fiddling around in the studio and onstage with a full countryish band (he occasionally goes by "Catfish Billy"), Yelawolf finally released a proper mixtape.
Sister-act Nerissa and Katryna Nields have a way of doing both, presenting songs that are steeped in a countryish folk wisdom, painting stories of tired, broken people that are nonetheless beautiful, and presenting them with a passion and fire that's absolutely captivating to watch.
dubbed "the countryish KT Tunstall", she has one of the best voices in the Scottish acoustic scene.
His epochal 1954 debut single, a countryish version of bluesman Arthur Crudup's 'That's All Right' coupled with a bluesy take of Bill Monroe's 'Blue Moon of Kentucky,' represented only part of Presley.
The bouncy anthem Godhopping was perhaps the biggest highlight but other songs such as Apples and Oranges and countryish Paul Newman's Eyes also caught the ear.