How about some more cowboy culture, here is some cowboy humor on the Johnny Carson show. G rated of course....
Ton of good cowboy music shared thus far many of which are among my all time favorites but I’ll throw out Tom Russell just because no one has mentioned him yet. He’s a relative new comer to the genre but has written and is still writing some great stuff. The man is an amazing story teller. Check out “Tonight We Ride” for a taste of what he’s all about. Few artists, past or present, set my mind out on the western frontier like he does.
Lots of memories and Cattle Call reminds me of that era.
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I like Jerry Jeff Walker-saw him in El Paso 74? heck of a show! Had a keg of beer on the floor lots of cowgirls!
Happy songs, sad songs, love songs funny songs- just the best stuff, had many good times listening to Jerry Jeff.!
Ah youth being wacky, having fun, good time mischief, can't be hurt and never get into any real trouble.
Those were the days pards...
Guy Clark is another favorite- "Last gunfighter ballad" Jerry Jeff covered a lot of his tunes.
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Marty Robbins Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs, specially Mr. Shorty and The Master' Call
"Ghost Riders in the Sky". Many have done it but Gene Autry did it best.
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