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Share My Campfire

by Dale"Sourdough"Myres

Western, Texas and Americana Music,a solo album debute with using 6 different musical instruments."Sourdough" mixes historical music with original poems and music to bring the western past alive.
Genre: Spoken Word: Poetry
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1. Full Moon in April 1836
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2. Homegrown Tomatoes
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3. The Water is Wide
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4. Blue Bonnet Blues
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5. Place In Time
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6. Wearing Of The Green
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7. Grandfather's Hats
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8. Wayfaring Stranger
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9. Backroads
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10. Get Out There
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11. Get Along Little Dogies
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12. Shoo Fly Shoo
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13. A Little Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Howdy Neighbors!

Please allow me to introduce myself as Dale "Sourdough" Myres-"Edutainer Extraordinaire" and am a sixth generation Texan. Specializing in Texas and American West 1800's history using a combination of period music, talks, artifacts and camp set-ups. From Mountain Man to a Trail Drive Era Cowboy, I'll bring past to life.My musical instruments include; banjo, guitar, harmonica, mountain dulcimer, Native American flute and wash tub bass.The CD "Share My Campfire" combines these instruments,some poetry and songs to give a cross sectional of the Texas/Western style music that I enjoy performing.

Debra Coppinger Hill - Academy of Western Artist Female Cowboy Poet of the Year-2002 says of Sourdough's music and poetry; " Dale "Sourdough" Myres is without a doubt a pure historian in presentation and writing. His heart and talents come to light in his singing and playing. With traditional instruments the dulcimer, banjo, guitar, harmonica, washtub bass and the Native America flute, Sourdough transports us through time to a simpler, kinder place and gives us a sense of peace hard to find in the real world. Thanks 'Dough, for sharing your wonderful gift. It is a joy to set at your fire."

O.J. Sikes, who does Western Music Reviews for "The Western Way" and "Rope Burns" both Western music publications says; "This album of songs and poems is a little different from most. His instruments are traditional ones. He uses a Native American flute to introduce the album as he recites a poem to the sounds of a campfire. His banjo supports the first song "Home Grown Tomatoes", followed by a beautiful dulcimer instrumental. "Sourdough"'s acoustic guitar, washtub bass and harmonica appear later. We don't hear many flute or dulcimer instrumentals in Western music nowdays, and I really enjoyed those here. Sourdough's family has been in Texas for generations, and his tradtional performances, including some original material, serve to educate while entertaining."

Ol'Sourdough was accepted into the Texas Commission on the Arts,as a Touring Artists from 2001-2006.The Texas Touring Arts Program provides financial assistance to metropolitan and rural communities for performances and presentations by metropolitan and rural communities for performances and presentations by outstanding Texas-based companies and artists.

Folks, come on by and "Share My Campfire" anytime or give me an email and I'll be happy to write back and tell of the shinin' times!

Sourdough Myres

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Doug

Perfect campfire music
This is a really good album for the down home type listener. The first poem puts you there in the mountains. Thanks for the tunes. I cannot wait till the next one!
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Roger Banks - Wrangler Productions

What a great surprise!
I review lot of cowboy, folk music and or poetry and this CD was a very pleasant surprise. Some of the songs are not frontier, but fit very well on this project. From the indian flute, banjo, harmonica, guitar, dulcimer, etc. I loved this CD. Sourdough's vocals take you back to a time we all love go from time to time. Out where we sit around a campfire or maybe just on the back porch, sing old songs and relfect on the past.
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