Buck Ford Pure Country Band | Guitar and Gasoline

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Guitar and Gasoline

by Buck Ford Pure Country Band

Original sounds associated with cowboys and simple back-road living that has often been forgotten, paying tribute to the roots of country with a pure voice and humble lyrics.
Genre: Country: Honky Tonk
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1. Guitar and Gasoline
5:05 album only
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2. Country Sad Songs
4:00 album only
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3. Honky Tonk Angel
3:16 album only
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4. Country Style
3:23 album only
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5. I Like That
3:14 album only
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6. He Took Her Heart
3:44 album only
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7. Guy's Night Out
3:14 album only
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8. I Can't Let Her Go
4:03 album only
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9. Shotgun Wedding
3:04 album only
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10. I've Got It Bad
3:22 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Buck Ford Pure Country Band's new album "Guitar and Gasoline" features songs written and performed by Buck Ford with the backing of experienced musicians. A self-taught guitar player, his lyrics are based off of his life experiences. In the title track "Guitar and Gasoline", Buck Ford describes his transformation from motocross star to country singing sensation: "Well I've traded that life of broken bones of being a motocross star. Sold everything I own, now all I got is this guitar."

Raised in Vacaville, California, the 20-year-old Ford gave up a promising career in motorcross racing, even turning down a sponsorship deal with Honda, to live out his dream as a country musician. While on the motorcross circuit, he began to learn the guitar, falling in love with the classical country sounds of George Strait and Merle Haggard. It was at a Craig Morgan concert during a motocross event that Ford put down his bike for good and picked up the guitar.

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