Sometime in the late '60s, country music got a heck of a lot more soulful. Songs like "Poke Salad Annie" by Tony Joe White incorporated swampy blues into a tune that’s still full of twang. Driving, dry drums and thumping bass soon were heard on records by Dolly Parton and Linda Ronstadt, and The Band continued crossing the R&B and Country streams. Criminally underappreciated until Light In The Attic released two compilations, most of these records are still held by only those who are in the know. Explore and discover Country Funk.