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Sing One For The Cowboy


Download links and information about Sing One For The Cowboy by Sons Of The San Joaquin. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Country, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 49:32 minutes.

Artist: Sons Of The San Joaquin
Release date: 2000
Genre: Country, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 12
Duration: 49:32
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No. Title Length
1. Trail To San Antone 2:34
2. Still Water Pool 4:00
3. Charlie and the Boys 5:30
4. Sierra Nevada 4:29
5. Sing One for the Cowboy 4:13
6. Rough String Rider 5:01
7. California 3:46
8. Unbroke Hoss 3:35
9. God Gave the Cowboy Montana 4:22
10. Watch Him (Demon Desert) 4:45
11. Texas Plains 3:20
12. The West 3:57



The Sons of the San Joaquin aren't real cowboys; they don't even play real cowboys on TV. But they do know a thing or two about the cowboy song. Jack Hannah, Joe Hannah, and Lon Hannah craft a lonesome sound that harks back to the Sons of the Pioneers and other Hollywood rough riders from the '30s and '40s. The Sons of the San Joaquin aren't just a nostalgia act, though. Most of their songs have been written by Jack Hannah, who effortlessly captures the classic style. Sing One for the Cowboy gets a sprightly start with "Trail to San Antone," a song filled with dreamy harmony and Rich O'Brien's tasty guitar licks. Dale Morris and Richard Chon's twin fiddles adds a touch of Western swing to upbeat romps like "Texas Plains," while Ray Appleton's harmonica adds a forlorn note to "Rough String Rider." Even the titles of these songs evoke the open plains, mountain ranges, and endless skies of the west: "Sierra Nevada," "California," and "God Gave the Cowboy Montana." Fans will be happy to find no new surprises on Sing One for the Cowboy: some things, it seems, are better the way they used to be. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr., Rovi