Saddlestrings | Somewhere in the Middle of Wyoming

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Somewhere in the Middle of Wyoming

by Saddlestrings

We're not country music, we're cowboy music. You could say "contemporary western". A good mix of western cowboy music and poetry.
Genre: Country: Cowboy
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Jornada Del Muerto
3:35 $0.99
2. Montana Summers
4:58 $0.99
3. Equus Caballus
4:08 $0.99
4. Hallie Lonnigan
3:56 $0.99
5. Cowboy Legacy (Poem)
1:29 $0.99
6. Piece of Wood and Steel
2:55 $0.99
7. La Primera
5:19 $0.99
8. Belle Starr
3:05 $0.99
9. Florida Blues
1:42 $0.99
10. Ridin' the Master's Road
4:21 $0.99
11. I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart
2:56 $0.99
12. Trail Dust
4:19 $0.99
13. Cowboy Coffee
2:25 $0.99
14. The Vaquero Song
4:59 $0.99
15. Pioneer Trails (Poem)
2:20 $0.99
16. Somewhere in the Middle of Wyoming
4:26 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Every member of this group has lived and loved the ranch lifestyle, even though they have had to let go of the old ways and the laid back business of cows, horses, haying and irrigating in the hot sun.

“Heaven knows we never thought we would ever go into a studio and record an album, it just happened”, laughs Cindy Argyle, little blonde wife of bass player, Kurt “Snoose” Argyle. “Snoose”, born and raised on the family ranch in Randolph, Utah, looks the part of every long legged, red mustachioed cowboy you ever read about in a Louis L’Amore western novel. Cindy sings and plays percussion. She loved visiting grandpa, in Rock Springs, and doing cowboy things with him. Both of them enjoy the cowboy life, and helping out, while visiting Snoose’s brother.

Brian Arnold, born 100 years too late, gifted with the ability to pen a poem or a song which paints a picture so real, you can almost smell the bacon or hear the horses whinny, sings lead vocals. He writes most of the original material, and lends body to the songs on the album with good solid rhythm guitar work. He’s a good cowboy, looks the part, and works cattle like he was born to.

Laurie Morgan, Brian’s cousin, grew up with farm animals, around dairy cows and had her own horse for as long as she can remember. She was born to sing and music has always been a part of her life. Her father sang with the Utah famous Four R’s and she sang with him many a time in church and family gatherings.

Bud Brown has been a horseman all of his life. He enjoys the horses that he and his wife own and ride, as well as the cattle drives and the simple cowboy life, that it brings. Bud played drums in high school and now plays drums for the Saddlestrings. Unfortunately, Laurie and Bud were not members of the Saddlestrings when we recorded this first album, but we fixed that with our second and third albums.

Jodi Thackeray, originally from Pendleton, Oregon, truly is a cowgirl in every sense of the word and the newest member of the SaddleStrings. She, and her husband Dave, train and show horses and both have extensive experience with the western lifestyle. Jodi plays fiddle, sings, and yodels. She’s played music since she can remember with her family in Pendleton, where her dad still runs a little saddle shop called Severe Bros. Saddlery. We were lucky enough to have her featured on our third album.



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Ken Cooper

"Jornada Del Muerto" is an awsome song about a stretch of desert that I have rode on horseback while helping out at the Lewis Cain Ranch which is located right in the middle of it. This song captures what that area is all about. I put many miles in there with good friend Rusty McCorkel. This song and "Equus Caballus" alone make this a great collection of music.

Anita "Neets" Crane

Tied Behind the Cantle
I love this album folks! great job. I've played it so many times I know all the songs by heart.
Look forward to seeing you next weekend at Rockport!
I hope Laurie sings some new songs...she has a great voice.

Anita Crane

Hallie Lonnigan and all the others
Hi Snoose and all:
After I heard you guys play in Wanship this summer I got myself a guitar! Three months and I\'ve bought three of them! I now have a very good Martin DC Aura. I\'m learning to play and practice three hours a day. I listen to your tapes all the time and dream of playing like that some day. I saw Bob and Joanne last weekend and they had some good stories about Snoose. I would like to know where you are playing these days? Any new CDs? Hope to see you soon.

Rudy Minnaert Country Eagle The Netherlands

Cowboys are back
This is a very good cd with good cowboy music which you can play when you shattered around a campfire on a very nice summer evening with the whole family and play this music and if you like't or not this is music you can't stoppingyou to dance on it with a nice cowgirl.
Country Eagle