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For the September edition of the collective collab blog, T&E writers talk about their favorite music duos. A middle ground between full bands and solo artists, two-person music groups have their own unique relationships and dynamics that necessarily influence the music they produce.
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SONG OF THE WEEK
Song: "Steel Guitar Rag"
Artist: Texas Playboys
T&E contributor Adam says, "All this week I've been belt-deep in Bob Wills dirt, and so after getting over my first- and their best-beloved "San Antonio Rose" I gravitated toward this "Steel Guitar Rag." This performance is from the Texas Playboys' appearance on Austin City Limits in 1976, but the song itself is from circa the Stone Age--or no, it wasn't the Stone Age it was the Steel Age--or was it the Bronze Age? No, it was actually the Great Depression I'm pretty sure. Anyway, it sounds so fucking old that the only other beings on Earth when steel guitar player Leon McAuliffe wrote the riff must have been those ancient aliens who built all the stuff. This song's a supernatural monument to rival the rest of 'em. "