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Trails Plowed Under, Legends of the West

by Dan Thomasma & Terry Yazzolino

Original American folk songs that pay tribute to Western Americana. This albumn is loaded with local Wyoming and Idaho talent inculding mandolinist Ben Winship, national fiddle champion Shelley Clarke-Rubrecht, and vocalist Anne Sibley.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Trails Plowed Under
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2. Anasazi Tattoo
4:48 $0.99
3. Yeti's Lament
3:51 $0.99
4. Gold Fever
4:06 $0.99
5. Fight No More Forever
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6. Lonelier Road
4:28 $0.99
7. Petrified Wood
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8. John Muir Suite: Hymn to the Wilderness
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9. John Muir Suite: A Mountaineer's Prayer
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10. Annie Oakley
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11. You Will Never Know
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Dan Thomasma is a graduate of the University of Wyoming, class of 1980, and has been writing music and playing professionally for over 25 years.
Terry Yazzolino is a musician and renowned storyteller. He has previously released two music albums and a children's storytelling album on the creation of Yellowstone. The song, Ballad of Sacajawea, was performed for the dedication of the Sacajawea Golden Dollar Coin on February 4, 2000. The event was hosted by United States Mint director Phillip Diehl and U.S. Senator Mike Enzi at the Kelly Elementary School in Kelly, Wyoming. Dan and Terry also performed the Ballad of Sacajawea, as well as Dan's composition, Teton Waltz, with Kelly Elementary students at the 50th Anniversary Celebration of Grand Teton National Park in August of 2000. During the summer and fall of 2000, Dan and Terry,drawing upon their fascination and interest in the Lewis and Clark Expedition, wrote and recorded their first collaborative album, We Proceeded On, Songs of Lewis & Clark. Their second album, Trails Plowed Under, Legends of the West, was released in December of 2003. Albumn number 3 "Good Medicine" is alittle more of the same feel as the first 2, with some growth enspired tunes fill out the mix! They have also founded their own music company called Medicine Tree Music.(www.medicinetreemusic.com)
Dan is currently retired from teaching in Teton County Scool District #1. Dan and his wife Cathy Poindexter live in Jackson with their son Oliver.Their daughter Melissa is married and has a 2 year old daughter with her husband Frank and are living just outside Victor, Idaho in the foothills of the Big Hole Mountains.
Terry received his education degree from Regis College, and taught 8th grade History, and Drama at the Jackson Hole Middle School in Jackson Wyoming. Terry lives with his wife Annabel in Santa Cruz, California. He has a married daughter Hannah, and 2 sons, Miles and Gabe.
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