Tom Hawk | Earning My Spurs

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Earning My Spurs

by Tom Hawk

Traditional cowboy and western music from the first half of the twentieth century for solo voice and guitar.
Genre: Country: Western
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1. Track 1 When the Bloom Is on the Sage
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2. Track 2 Tumbling Tumbleweeds
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3. Track 3 Waltz Across Texas
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4. Track 4 Hittin' the Trail Tonight
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5. Track 5 Cool Water
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6. Track 6 She Taught Me to Yodel
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7. Track 7 My Adobe Hacienda
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8. Track 8 Mexicali Rose
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9. Track 9 Dear Old Western Skies
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10. Track 10 Ridin' Down the Canyon
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11. Track 11 Except for You
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12. Track 12 Those Old Tex Morton Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album is a mix of traditional and well known cowboy and western songs from the first half of the twentieth century and some of my favorite western songs that feature western yodeling. My first album, Yodeling Familiar Trails, was a mix of twelve cowboy and traditional yodeling songs. that album received the National Traditional Country Music Association's award for the Best Traditional Yodeling Album for 2011. Earning My Spurs expands my repertoire to include non-yodeling cowboy and western songs as well as two what might be called traditional country songs..

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