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"Country Honk" is a country version of "Honky Tonk Women", released five months after on the album Let it Bleed. The country arrangement was the original concept of "Honky Tonk Women". According to some sources "Country Honk" was recorded at the Elektra recording studio in Los Angeles. Byron Berline played the fiddle on the track, and has said that Gram Parsons was responsible for him being chosen for the job (Berline had previously recorded with Parson's band). Producer Glyn Johns… read more

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  • Avatar for victimofkratina
    This sounds fucking stupid.
  • Avatar for Javinry
    I prefer thousand times this version, is just genius, the atmosphere so real, authentic country, rock. Just classic! Drinking in a lost Bar
  • Avatar for Azkushang
    This track is just raw country, It's like you were just in the bar drinking whisky, masterpiece, so aunthentic, dirty...
  • Avatar for Storchel
    Loove it!
  • Avatar for vanisleblues
    this is scotch drinking music
  • Avatar for meister333
    clearly the superior version
  • Avatar for richardneal
    Both versions are essential.
  • Avatar for JohnnyMath
    I prefer this version. [4]
  • Avatar for martianmonkey
    Give me a honk Shirley. Hicup!
  • Avatar for Psdenton
    I prefer this version. Pretty sure I'm in the minority. [3]

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