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Cowboys 'Round the Campfire

Cowboys 'Round the Campfire
Product Code: Cowboys 'Round the Campfire
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The romance of the West comes from the hearts of its people. A celebration of the adventure of the open range, the friendships made at warm campfires and the love of the Cowboy lifestyle. While few of us live this life today, the "Spirit of the West" is captured in music, poetry and colorful storytelling through those that preserve...a time not so long ago. 

If this is your first time saddlin' up to listen to this style of Americana, we hope you enjoy it. If you've ridden' this trail before? …then you already know what to do ….sit back, slack your cinch, grab a cup of Cowboy Coffee and drift with the sounds and images created here by four of the best western entertainers in the business today

Join our celebration of these times with this original custom produced CD, Cowboy’s ‘Round the Campfire. Featuring four of America's award winning Cowboy artists including the western lyrics of wrangler Dave Stamey, songs and poetry of cowboy Larry Maurice, the humor and yodeling of Sourdough Slim and the rhymes and melodies of Les Buffham. Over 60 minutes of campfire entertainment. Note:Nomination – Academy of Western Artists - Best Western Album of the Year (2003)

What the reviewers say about the artists featured in this exclusive CD:


“Dave Stamey has cranked out four albums now, and they’re all good ones. If you haven’t discovered him yet, it’s time you broadened your horizons…”
Cowboy Magazine


“Tall tales and cowboy lore came to life through the stories of Larry Maurice…”
Pecos Shafer, The Quarter Horse Journal


Sourdough Slim is…”One of the most outstanding artists performing today. You won’t find better authentic Country or Western music being played anywhere.”
David Barnes, Spokesman, The British Archive Of Country Music


“One of the Best poets in the West” and on his poetry, “I love ‘em.” O.J. Sikes of Rope Burn Magazine, on Les Buffham

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&nbspThe Museum of Western Film History
701 S. Main Street
Lone Pine, CA 93545