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by Juni Fisher

WINNER.2007 SONG OF THE YEAR "I Hope She'll Love Me". WMA 2006 and 2009 Female Vocalist of the year, Juni Fisher takes us from a wild match race, to the banks of the Brazos on a heartbreaking search for a missing horse, in her 2006 release, Cowgirlograp
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Wayfaring Rider Intro
1:31 $0.99
2. The Race Call
1:02 $0.99
3. Little Red Horse
3:40 $0.99
4. Silver Music (In the Bridle)
4:15 $0.99
5. Wayfaring Rider continued
0:56 $0.99
6. To Remember the Alamo
4:13 $0.99
7. Cowgirlography
2:30 $0.99
8. Bring My Fiddle
5:25 $0.99
9. Wayfaring Rider continued
1:16 $0.99
10. The Brazos
4:42 $0.99
11. The West
3:57 $0.99
12. I Hope She'll Love Me
5:15 $0.99
13. Wayfaring Rider continued
0:48 $0.99
14. Ballad of A Runaway Horse
6:14 $0.99
15. Wayfaring Rider continued
0:42 $0.99
16. Goodnight Good Pony Goodnight
5:43 $0.99
17. Wayfaring Rider Outro
0:35 $0.99
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Album Notes
Ever since Juni Fisher hit the Western Scene, she has been winning audiences over with a distinctive style that's all her own. No wonder the Academy of Western Artists awarded her the 2005 Female Vocalist of the Year, and the Western Music Association awarded her their 2005 Crescendo Award, 2006 and 2009 Female Vocalist of the Year, and 2008 Songwriter of the Year.

From the Monterey Cowboy Festival on coast of California to the Riverbend Festival on the shores of the Tennessee River, the message is loud and clear...great songwriting prevails. Doesn't hurt that Juni Fisher is one heck of a performer, too.

Her third offering of Western themed music is "Cowgirlography". It's a rollicking trip through the cheap backstretch of a county fair racetrack, a precision ride through the work pens with a lady vaquero, a horse lost, and horse found, a young wrangler's dying wish with an eerie reward, and love found for a lonely widowed California rancher and a lively Arizona widow, in the 2007 WINNER for WMA SONG OF THE YEAR, "I Hope She'll Love Me".
And wait till you hear Juni Fisher's treatment of the Leonard Cohen classic "Ballad of the Runaway Horse": it's worth the price of admission, but there's still more, in Fisher's chilling "Goodnight Good Pony". Cowgirlography will become a timeless classic in your collection.



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Annie B

Hooray for the Cowgirls!
Juni Fisher has done it again. I have her previous albums,and she has exceeded my expectations with this new one. Her imagery and storytellng are the finest in the land, in "Little Red Horse", "Silver Music", and you will weep as I did over "Goodnight Good Pony"
Her duet with Joe Hannah (lead singer of the Sons of the San Joaquin) is called "I Hope She'll Love Me", and destined to be the Western Music Association Song of the Year in 2007, and is already nominated for a Cowboy Hall of Fame Western Heritage Award.
And if you thought you had heard Leonard Cohen's fine "Ballad Of The Runaway Horse" before, Juni's stark, plaintive treatment will remind you what she does best...tell a story in a way that will break your heart.
This is a must listen for anyone who treasures the West!


I love the songs on Juni's CD. Especially Little Red Horse ,Silver music,I hope she'll love me and Cowgirlography. Love them all. A must buy for anyone who loves western music and horses.


I think I have most of Juni's CDs. This is probably my favorite. I also purchased Gone for Colorado. She is just a wonderful storyteller.

Bettye Martinez

Way to Go Juni
Juni has once again put you right there with her in the words and music she writes. I am a cowgirl myself so I believe in Cowgirlogrophy! What else can one say about Juni's songs other than they are wonderful!

OJ Sikes, Western Way Magazine, Rope Burns Magazine

Wait till you hear it!
Cowgirlography/ Juni Fisher
In 2005, The academy of Western Artists awarded Juni Fisher with a Will Rogers Award for Female Vocalist of the Year. Later in the year, the Western Music Association presented her with their Crescendo Award. And they hadn't even heard this new, 2006 project, yet! Wait till you hear it! On this CD, Juni demonstrates why she was so deserving of the honors. Her roots are in folk music, so you'll hear some of it's influence in her arrangements and style. But the roots of Western music are also in folk music, so it's a nice fit. For this project, Juni has modified the lyrics and title to "poor Wayfaring Stranger", cowgirl style, to become "Wayfaring Rider." She opens the album with a few bars of it and reprises it at intervals throughout. I love it, and only wish she had sung the song all the way through, but there's plenty more to enjoy. Some of the first and last songs on the disc are about horses, with Juni's own liner notes providing background. As she's done on past projects, she's included some powerful songs like "Remember the Alamo" (her own composition with Lisa Aschmann) and lighter materials as well. Joe Hannah of the Sons of the San Joaquin joins Juni in a beautiful duet, "I Hope She'll Love Me" and she also sings a Jack Hannah-Baxter Black composition, "The West".