Frederick-the-Great & The Times-Square Fantasy Theatre Orchestra | Broadway Usa, Vol. 6: Lanky Lone Cowboy (Country / Western Show)

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Broadway Usa, Vol. 6: Lanky Lone Cowboy (Country / Western Show)

by Frederick-the-Great & The Times-Square Fantasy Theatre Orchestra

It's a new kind of Country/Western music! Produced for greater enjoyment by the use of peripheral interpretive mood sounds which supports the lyrics in the songs.
Genre: Country: Western
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1. Broadway USA Country Overture
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2. Tahlequah
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3. Just a Lanky Lone Cowboy
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4. Rodeo Kid
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5. My Lonestar Love
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6. Footprints in the Sand
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7. Forty Leven Lovers
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8. Country Singer Sing to Me
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9. Stone Cold Heart
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10. One More Last Chance
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11. Early Mornin Love
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12. You're the Only One I Love
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13. When Tomorrow Comes
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14. Please Make It Last
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15. Glory Bound
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16. Finale
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Broadway USA Volume Number 6 Country/Western Edition Lanky Lone Cowboy Music Show Album, was produced and designed , in a manner so that the listeners of the album may join a phantom audience as they listen to the show. There's applause, an overture and the proper expectant Broadway Musical finale ". Bobby Lee Cude, co-writer of the show, goes on to say ," the show can best be enjoyed by a planned set-a-side period of listening time to the over an hour long show ". He continues " the order in which each song in the shows' program is to be heard, is important to the show's integrity, as every song in the program was meaningfully placed to fashion the overall entertainment value of the production".

"The title of the hour long Country/Western Music Show is LANKY LONE COWBOY, a take-off from track 3, JUST A LANKY LONE COWBOY, a song which personifies the cowboys of the Great Southwest". So said Bobby Lee Cude, co-writer of the musical show and a life long lover of Country/Western music. "The Great Southwest" Bobby goes on to say, " is that part of America defined not only by it's geographical location, but also by its culture. That culture , which binds together that area , known as the Great Southwest, was formed by the necessities for the survival of life. That means of surviving at that time, was primarily cattle ranching ". Bobby's family, on both sides of his heritage, were examples of that culture. In the book The Longhorns, written by J. Frank Dobie , which is beautifully written, tells of many stories relating to that era in our country's history. Bobby's Great Grandfather , Tim Cude, is one such colorful tale in Mr. Dobie's book the Longhorns. Bobby speaking, gives a brief synopsis of the story in his own words, " My Great Grandfather was 16 when he went away to war, joining up with the Texas Confederacy . The Cude's , Tim's mother and father , having suffered the anxious months of the terrible war, were now beginning to worry about Tim's return home to Texas at all, they heard he survived Appomattox , but the war had been over for a year are more, and still there had been no sight of Tim. There wasn't a day go by that they didn't keep an eye out over the prairie, searching for Tim . Now , as the Cude's hooked up their team of oxen preparing for a two week trip to town for stores, it crossed Mrs. Cude's mind, that maybe Tim will come home while there gone, she didn't even like to be gone from house, not even for a day , now they'd be gone two weeks! Nevertheless, the Cude's set out on their journey and it was on their return back home after buying the needed stores, when a miraculous event occurred. Their wagon, loaded down with sacks of flour, and other stores, had gotten stuck in the river bed. Their team of (oxen) after several failed attempts to pull the wagon out , just couldn't budge the wagon from the creek ,they were dead tired . Tim's father was also worn out, he knew the only way he would be able to get the wagon unstuck, was to lighten the wagon load. Just as he starts folding up his bull whip, in preparation to unload the wagon, he hears a distant voice hollering , it was a young voice, but a strong voice that hollered out , "need some help"? The Cude's both looked at the figure, he was tall , bearded , they didn't recognize who it might be, but folks out-that-way always help out each other when they needed it , Mr. Cude answered back, shouting, "if I can't get my own oxen to move, it wouldn't be any use for a stranger to try". Mr. Cude continues folding up his bull whip, readying to unload the stuck wagon . The young stranger, knows those oxen, his dad and mom hadn't recognized him, it was Tim. Tim moves in near his dad, his dad looks at him, studies him a bit, then the young stranger motions for his father to hand him the whip, the father looks at him and says" it won't do any good", but the young stranger moves closer to his dad, reaches out for the bull whip and takes it from his dad's loosening hand, pops the 15 foot rawhide whip high into the Texas sky, and with a near whisper, Tim talks to the oxen, urging them on, the wagon edges forward a bit , Tim snaps the whip again high over the oxen's heads , the oxen's' struggle, Tim begs 'em on , he pops the whip again and the oxen strain ahead, the wagon slowly frees itself from the river bed . Both mother Cude and father Cude knew that there wasn't anybody else but Tim that could snap/pop a whip like that and talk to his team like that . It was their son, Tim back home from the war at last.

"Tahlequah , track #2 on the CD Album , Broadway USA Volume #6, is the most unique song in the Lanky Lone Cowboy musical show," says Bobby Lee Cude co-writer ." Unique in that to my knowledge, its rare to hear Native American music with vocals ". Tahlequah, a song co-written by Watie Riley Pickens, a graduate from the Chilocco Indian School in Chilocco, Oklahoma, commemorates the infamous historic Trail of Tears event in which 18,000 Cherokees were removed from their homes by order of the President of The United States of America, and over 4,000 Cherokees perished in the tramp West.


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