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Julianna: Daybreak with Cowboy Joe Baer, "Cowboy Classics"

by Julianna Waller & Joe Baer

This 1995 album of classic cowboy songs, bluegrass and instrumental arrangements of beloved songs feature fiddles and the traditional sounds of the West; released in memory of Joe Baer.
Genre: Country: Cowboy
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1. Headin' for the Ranch (feat. Cowboy Joe Baer)
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2. Back in the Saddle Again (feat. Cowboy Joe Baer)
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3. Great American Cowboy (feat. Cowboy Joe Baer)
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4. Don't Fence Me In (feat. Cowboy Joe Baer)
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5. Back Home in Indiana
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6. Let the Rest of the World Go By (feat. Cowboy Joe Baer)
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7. John Hardy
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8. Anytime (feat. Cowboy Joe Baer)
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9. Whispering
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10. Wahhoo (feat. Cowboy Joe Baer)
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11. Bluegrass in the Backwoods
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12. Memories
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13. Texas Plains (feat. Cowboy Joe Baer)
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14. Intro't...ghost Riders in the Sky (feat. Cowboy Joe Baer)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
November 21, 1995 Original Liner Notes:

Joseph H. “Joe” Baer
1940 - 2010

Inspired by the traditions and heritage of the western cowboy, Joe Baer started at a young age singing and playing guitar around campfires with family and friends. Growing up and working on ranches with names like the Triangle Z, Nine Quarter Circle and the Flying Diamond, Joe learned the traditions and heritage of the West. With songs like his Headin' for the Ranch and in bands like the Cowboy Fiddle Band, Joe keeps the spirit of the American cowboy alive. As a member of the Arizona Cowboy Poets Society and The Orpheus Chorus, Joe has received numerous awards for his music and authentic vocal renditions.

Description:
From toe-tapping bluegrass to country swing, this collection of classic cowboy songs highlights the traditions of a bygone era, when drovers and ranch hands alike, soothed their lot with their distinctive musical stylings. With the guitar and the fiddle as the orchestra, cowboy music derived from a blend of styles as diverse as the roots of its authors. While the rhythm guitar laid the foundation, the fiddle provided soaring solos and fills around the vocal lines enhancing the melodies.

Influenced by the likes of The Sons of the Pioneers and Bob Wills, Julianna Waller demonstrates the versatility of her fiddle, from bluegrass improvisations in tunes such as John Hardy and Bluegrass in the Backwoods, to sweet renditions of Let the Rest of the World Go By and Memories. Joe Baer's cowboy singing spins the stories in a voice so authentic it evokes the images of life on the western range. The yodeling in Headin' for the Ranch and Texas Plains reminds the listener of the lonely cry of the cowboys symbol, the coyote.

Swing tunes like Anytime and Whispering show the influence of ragtime and early jazz on cowboy music. In the adventure story Great American Cowboy, the fiddle's high pitches add an erie suspense building to a dramatic conclusion. And finally Ghost Riders in the Sky hauntingly presages the cowboy's demise and transformation into legend.

The songs on this album reflect Julianna's love for traditional fiddling styles and authentic Cowboy songs.

Producer & Arranger - Julianna Waller
Engineer - Clarke Rigsby
Mixed at Tempest Studios, Tempe, Arizona
Mastering - SAE Digital, Phoenix, Arizona
Graphics & Typography - Frank Harrison Perez
Photographer - Gary Johnson

MUSICIANS
Fiddle - Julianna Waller
Vocals - Joe Baer
Lead Guitar - Gary Cook, Ron Cook, Steve Ralston
Rhythm Guitar - Joe Baer, Al Casey, Ron Cook
Piano - Rags Allen
Pedal Steel - Donnie Cook
Electric Bass - Skaggs Inc.
Acoustic Bass - Jim Simmons
Banjo - Dick Brown
Mandolin - Al Casey, Mark Miracle
Percussion - Todd Chuba

Dedicated to Robert Bruce Swiebel and the memory of Helena Swiebel. Special thanks to Joe Baer, Clarke Rigsby, Howard and Juli Waller and all of the players.

Julianna Waller bio, 2016
Julianna Waller is a Grammy awarded violinist, National Champion fiddler, and mandolinist with a Bachelor of Music Degree from Arizona State University. As a testament to her versatility, she has performed on the stages of both Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry within the same year. Ms. Waller enjoys a career as a national recording artist as well as a performer, composer, studio musician, instructor, and Mel Bay Publications author. She has appeared on numerous recordings including Clint Black's album, Nothin' but the Taillights and her first release, Daybreak, is a collection of Southwestern styles of music featuring Cowboy Joe Baer.

She has toured with such artists as Brenda Lee, Sara Evans, Lee Ann Womack, Matt King, Steve Holy, Shedaisies, and the Nashville Mandolin Ensemble. Julianna has appeared in music videos for Vince Gill, Anita Cochran, and the Mavericks. She also played violin/mandolin for theater productions including the touring Broadway Show Civil War, as well as the Tennessee Repertory Theater’s Camelot and I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.

She has played violin and mandolin in the Nashville Symphony, Nashville Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra Kentucky, and in string sections for Dionne Warwick, Rod Stewart, Ray Charles, Red Skelton, Stevie Wonder, Natalie Cole, Moody Blues, Yanni, Bernadette Peters, Ann Jillian, Henry Mancini, Roberta Flack, Linda Ronstadt, Al Jarreau, and Smokey Robinson.

Born in 1970, this Alaskan native grew up in the beautiful desert state of Arizona. By age 16, she became a nationally honored fiddle champion recognized at the Fiddler's Hall of Fame. She received honors as Arizona's first lady of the fiddle as well as youngest State Champion, along with the title of the Nation's Fanciest Fiddler. Julianna has been featured in Fiddler Magazine and her books have received rave reviews by numerous musicians and such magazines as Bluegrass Unlimited.

Ms. Waller’s proteges have become acclaimed, professional violinists/fiddlers, State & National Champions, music educators, and touring artists.

Currently, Julianna shares her passion for string education with students at JW Music Studios in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Her student fiddling group the Red River Fiddlers just released their third album, The Squirrel Hunters, on Farm-Out! Records. Earlier releases include debut Red River Fiddlers Live, and Red River Fiddlers Live at the Kentucky Opry. Ms. Waller continues to enjoy all aspects of making and sharing music and resides in Tennessee with her husband.

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