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Outlaws and Lovers

by Diamond W Wranglers

Looking the "stretch" the boundaries of Western music with this release. You will find a variety of influences here, from the Grateful Dead, Gene Autry, Toby Keith, original works and more.
Genre: Country: Western
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1. Bad Company
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2. South Coast
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3. Under Fiesta Stars
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4. Smack Water Jack
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5. Caballo de Oro
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6. Santa Rosa Trail
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7. Me and My Uncle
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8. Bullets in the Gun
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9. The Rose
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10. Lights of Old Santa Fe
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Outlaws and Lovers” is another step forward in the evolution of OUR brand of Western Music. Western Music is a panorama of the most evocative and romantic stories ever told. It may fall in and out of vogue, but its themes are always with us, ingrained in our American culture.

In this collection of songs from across the decades, we combine the influences of the Grateful Dead, Kingston Trio, Toby Keith, Carole King, Bette Midler and the British rock group Bad Company with our old saddle pals Roy Rogers and Gene Autry along for the ride. Our own Stu Stuart and Jim Farrell also get their pens out for this album.

We continue to explore the boundaries of Western music, as a band we feel it is our mission to stretch those boundaries by looking for western influences in contemporary music as well as creating our own. This album is a result of that exploration. Listen and enjoy.

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