Bob Howe | Last Cowboy Waltz

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Last Cowboy Waltz

by Bob Howe

An original guitar instrumental, inspired by spaghetti-westerns and surf music.
Genre: Country: Western
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The LAST COWBOY WALTZ has a long history. In 1979 Bob produced an album for vocalist Terry Gordon entitled The Last Of The Marrickville Cowboys and wrote a series of 4 themes (vocal and instrumental, inspired by Willie Nelson's Red Headed Stranger album) for Terry's record. Shortly afterwards, Sydney radio station 2KY used one of them for a radio promo. The closing theme was the Marrickville Cowboy Waltz which he has rearranged and re-recorded here. This arrangement first appeared on BBC 2004 Bondi Band Compilation, a local promotional CD for Bondi's best music store - Intermusic. In 2006 Bob was delighted for the track to be chosen for inclusion on the compilation CD ABC Radio's Saturday Night Country Hottest Hits Volume 2, released nationally on the ABC Country label.



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