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Playlist 10-9-13 The Real West from the Old West

The Real West from the Old West – AM 1230 KOTS

10-9-13

The Real West – Rod Taylor

My Country’s Not For Sale – R.W. Hampton

It’s A Good Day – AATW/Leon Rausch – It’s A Good Day

Too Many Irons – Jean Prescott – Ranch Life 101

Nothing Left To Lose – Chuck Cusimano – The Tyler Sessions

Fly Without Leaving The Ground – Juni Fisher – Listen…To The Horse

Time Changes Everything – The Delk Band – Music For Those That Come To Dance

What’s A Cowboy Poem – JP Gorham – Live At The Stage Coach Inn

Borrowed Time – Jim Jones – Borrowed Time

Tennessee Local – Carolyn Martin – Tennessee Local

Wyoming Cowgirl Song – Brenda Libby – Chilled

Lonely Street – Bobby Flores – Fast Company

Kit Carson Blues – Gary Allegretto – Allegretto*Esponiza

Four Or Five Times – Dave Alexander – Alexander’s Goodtime Band

The Pearly Gate – Steve Porter – From A Cowboy’s Heart

The Bounty Hunter – Bill Barwick – The Usual Suspect

Twin Fiddles Turn Me On – Jody Nix – Twin Fiddles Turn Me On

Fork In The Road – Tumbleweed Rob – Fork In The Road

Ida Lou/Ida Lee – Tumbleweed Rob – Fork In The Road

Yodel Western Swing – Kristyn Harris – Let Me Ride

The Bear Tale – Jay Snider – Bar-D Roundup Vol. 6

Jornada Del Muerto – Jon Messenger – Blue Light Special #2

Fishin’ On The Bayou – Hot Texas Swing Band – ‘Bout Time

Roughstring Rider – Ken Moore – Bringin’ The Wild Ones In

Along The Navajo Trail – LeeLee Robert – Western Stars

The Prairie Preacher – Mary Kaye – The Dawn And The Dusk

Blue, Blue Feeling – Ann J. Morton – The Swing Of Things

A Baxter Of Blacks – Doris Daley – Bar-D Roundup Vol. 6

I Ain’t Leavin’ Without My Horse – J Parson – The Outlaw Trail

On The Mesa – Miss Devon And The Outlaw – Where In The Dickens R U?

Wanda Walker – Patty Clayton – Les Buffman Writes & Co-Write Vol. 3

Jersey Bounce – Rose Sinclair – Lone Star Landing

Playlist – The Real West from the Old West 8-28-13

The Real West from the Old West – AM 1230 KOTS

8-28-13

The Real West – Rod Taylor

My Country’s Not For Sale – RW Hampton

It’s A Good Day – AATW/Leon Rausch – It’s A Good Day

All Because Of You – Doug Figgs – All Because Of You

I’ll Do It ‘Cause I Love You – Ann J. Morton – The Swing Of Things

Rides For The Brand – Trinity Seely – Trinity Seely

Route 66 – Syd Masters – Always A Cowboy In My Dreams

Prayer Under The Northern Lights – Diane Tribitt – Bar-D Roundup Vol. 2

Naomi Bristow – Watch Gonna Do With A Cowboy – Lovin’ The Ride

Pretty Words – Jody Nix – Twin Fiddles Turn Me On

Ride Cowboy Ride – Terry Brown – It’s A Cowboy Thang

Faded Love – The Delk Band/Mark Delk – Music For Those That Come To Dance

Train To Chama – Jim Jones – Borrowed Time

Right Or Wrong – Brady Bowen/Jody Nix – Tribute To Billy Dozier

The Old Crockett Spurs – Andy Nelson – Bar-D Roundup Vol. 3

Song For Jake – Dave Stamey – Twelve Mile Road

Don’t Get Around Much Any More – Tony Smith – It’s A Swing Thing

Cuttin’ Horse Pen – Juni Fisher – Listen…To The Horse

Lilly Dale – Dave Alexander – Alexander’s Goodtime Band

Cowboy Way – Greg Hager – Cowboy Way

Texas Bluebonnets – Carolyn Martin – Tennessee Local

December Stragglers – Terry Nash – December Stragglers

The Bronc That Wouldn’t Bust – Andy Hedges – Cowboy Songster

You Were Made For Me – Hot Texas Swing Band – ‘Bout Time

My Rifle, My Pony And Me – Steve Porter – From A Cowboy’s Heart

Roll Along Prairie Moon – Kristyn Harris – Let Me Ride

The Long Haul – Bill Barwick – The Usual Suspects

Keeper Of My Heart – Miss Devon and the Outlaw – Where In The Dickens R U?

Mustang Man – Susie Knight – Western Wordsmith

The Dawn And The Dusk – Mary Kaye – The Dawn And The Dusk

A Better Mind To Stay – Chuck Cusimano – The Tyler Sessions

Playlist. The Real West from the Old West – Aug 21, 2013

The Real West from the Old West – AM 1230 KOTS
8-21-13 WMA Nominees (Some anyway…)

The Real West – Rod Taylor
The King Of Texico – Allan Chapman – Western Folk…Songs of the Prairie
On The Mesa – Miss Devon & The Outlaw – Where In The Dickens RU
Listen – Juni Fishen – Listen…To The Horse
Yodel Western Swing – Kristyn Harris – Let Me Ride
Three Days And Forty Fires – Richard Elloyan – Les Buffham Writes And Co-Writes
Cowboy’s Last Words – The Ball Family – Cowboy’s Last Words
This Old Post – D W Groethe – Bar-D Roundup Vol. 6
Wyoming Woman, Montana Man – Mary Kaye – The Dawn And The Dusk
I Forgot To Remember – Hot Texas Swing Band – ‘Bout Time
Beyond The Divide – James Michael – Beyond The Divide
Miles And Miles Of Texas – Red Hot Rhythm Rustlers – Breakin’ Out
My Name Is Dalton – Bill Barwick – The Usual Suspects
Swing On – Carolyn Martin – Tennessee Local
Sorting Time – Yvonne Hollenbeck – Bar-D Roundup Vol 6
My Country’s Not For Sale – R.W. Hampton
Along The Navajo Trail – LeeLee Robert – Western Stars
Texas Is Burnin’ – Jim Jones – Borrowed Time
My Shoes Keep Walkin’ Back To You – Country Night Live – Words You Can Understand
Twelve Mile Road – Dave Stamey – Twelve Mile Raod
Alexander’s Goodtime Band – Dave Alexander – Alexander’s Goodtime Band
Bill Versus Progress – Steve Porter – From A Cowboy’s Heart
West Of Dodge – Barry Ward – West Of Dodge
Sugar Moon – The Delk Band – Music For Those That Come To Dance
It’s A Cowboy Thang – Terry Brown – It’s A Cowboy Thang
Swingtime In The Rockies – Open Range – Swingtime In The Rockies
The Old Waxed Jacket – Belinda Gail & Curly Musgrave – Forever West
Riding – Deanna McCall – Riding
The Old Pelloncios – Call Of The West – You Are The Rose Of My Heart
Brown’s Park Rag – Many Strings And Company – Rusty Old Horseshoes

Daron Little – 307

Daron Little 307Daron Little brings a more modern look to Western Music on his new CD “307.” These songs are all either written or co-written by Daron Little who lives the life. “Way Out In West Texas” was co-written with Casey Rose and “The New West” was co-written with Randy Huston. But…they all tell stories about cowboy life. Trinity Seely joins Daron with the vocal on “Danced Through The Sage.”

Daron is joined by musicians: Butch Hause (bass & guitar); Ernie Martinez (guitar, mandolin, banjo, steel guitar and dobro) and Chris Stongle (drums and percussion). Check it out! I think you’ll like it. You can find more information about Daron Little and buy the CD by logging onto Http://ranchcowboymusic.com. Or you can contact Daron at daron@ranchcowboymusic.com.

Ann J. Morton – The Swing Of Things

Ann J MortonAnn J. Morton has been singing for years, but I just found her! Actually she found me! Thanks to the help of mutual friend, Joe Baker. I popped the CD in the player Friday…and then just sat down and listened! The voice is great, the songs are all good, the musicians are tops! What else do you need in a CD??? Nothing!

From “Black and Blue Heart” to “Onions & Love Affairs” you will be truly entertained with all 14 cuts! From her own songs, “No Stings Attached,” “Poor Wilted Rose” and “Onions & Love Affairs” to the classic “Blueberry Hill” and a lot of other songs…you will love it!

Ann is joined on the CD by musicians Phil Baugh, Pete Wade, Chip Young, Dave Kirby, Larry Morton, Harold Bradley, Weldon Myrick, Curly Chalker, Chuck Sanders, Henry Strzelecki, Pig Robbins, John Propst, Walt Cunningham, Buddy Spicher, Johnny Gimble, Tommy Williams, Margie Cates, Marcie Cates, Hayward Bishop, Terry Waddell, Ken Deifik, Ray Carroll, Rex Peer, Morman Ray and Josh Graves. And she’s joined on vocals by Leah Jane Berinati, Jannie Fricke, Tom Brannon, Larry Keith, Yvonne Hodges, Jackie France and Serilyn Hoffman Kramer.

You can order your CD by logging onto http://prairiedustrecords.com/prairie%20dust/Ann%20J%20Morton%20artist.htm

Country Night Live – Words You Can Understand

The first Western Swing function I attended was the Cowtown Society of Western Music in May 2009 and among others in attendance were Country Night Live!  I had already met Chuck Cusimano prior to this but that day I met Buddie Hrabal and Billy Martin and had the good fortune to listen to them perform.  I was hooked on Western Swing and Traditional Country Music by the time I left there.  Chuck Cusimano just sent me a copy of Country Night Live’s new CD “WORDS YOU CAN UNDERSTAND.”  It’s a wonderful selection of the kind of music you fell in love with as a kid.  Many of the songs were written by Chuck Cusimano and Buddie Hrabal and they are sung by Chuck Cusimano, Buddie Hrabal and Billy Martin and they are indeed “Words You Can Understand!”  In addition to the three singers and musicians are Danny Adams, Reggie Reuffer and Chip Bricker. Talented guys!

You can just listen or maybe dance to: “Eleven Eighteen Nadine Lane,” “Shuffle Back To Me,” “Amazing Love,” “Beginning Of The End,” “There Can’t Be An Us Without You,”  “Too Much Candy For A Dime,” “Houston’s Just Another Name For Blue,” “The More It Burns,” “Snap Your Fingers,” “Been A Long Time Coming,” “You Can Always Bring Her Back To Me” and “My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You” and you will enjoy every song!  Order yours today by logging onto http://countrynightlive.com.

Borrowed Time by Jim Jones

As those of you who know me, know that I love Jim Jones’ music and I’m proud to call him a friend!  Jim really outdid himself with Borrowed Time!  It’s a great CD! From the upbeat “Train To Chama” to “Borrowed Time” you’ll be totally entertained.  He wrote or co-wrote 9 of the songs: “Train To Chama” (with G. Corbin), “Lost Canyons In His Mind” (with B. Huntington), “Cowboy Coffee” (with D. Blanz), “Rustler’s Moon,” “Colorado Moon,” “Old Clay Allison,” “Texas Is Burnin’,” “Easy Side Up” (with R. Huston), and “Borrowed Time.”  Then there is “Men In Blue” and “Cattle Rest Easy” by R. Huston and traditional song “Shenandoah.”

There are upbeat songs, pensive songs, fun songs…all GOOD! You need to add this CD to your library!  You can do that by logging onto http://jimjonesmusic.com.  Do it today…you won’t be disappointed!  While you’re on the website check out his other CDs and “Rustler’s Moon” and “Colorado Moon”…his Western Novels…they are great as well!

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