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Brian Burns | The Eagle & The Snake: Songs of the Texians

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The Eagle & The Snake: Songs of the Texians

by Brian Burns

Burns' critically acclaimed Texas masterwork, featuring the nationally charting hit "I've Been Everywhere (In Texas)".
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Man Walks Among Us
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2. El Llano Estacado
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3. Travis' Letter
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4. Deguello
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5. Ballad of the Alamo
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6. Goliad
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7. Evangelina
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8. Gallo Del Cielo
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9. The Crash At Crush
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10. I've Been Everywhere (In Texas)
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11. Well of the Blues
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12. Walker Behind the Wheel
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13. A Cowboy's Prayer
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14. Third Coast
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15. The Last Living Cowboy
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Texas country

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Everett

Best album concept: a musical history of Texas!
This album contains some of the best music I've ever heard; it's a musical look at the history of TX, from 1804 to 2144. From Marty Robbins' view of a virgin desert paradise to "The Last Living Cowboy" behind the Alamodome, it presents Texas and her people with loving honesty. Do yourself a favor, put this CD in your regular rotation, read the liner notes, look at the links Brian has on his website, brianburnsmusic.com that lead to The Handbook Of Texas pages relevant to each song, and find out for yourself why they say, "Never ask a man where he's from; if he's from Texas, he WILL tell you, and if not, no need to embarrass him!".
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