|Artist:||Scotty And The Silverscreen Ranchands|
|Album:||A Hundred Years Late|
© 2006/ Bruno Michel
2006/ Bruno Michel
Hundred years born too late are the lovers of authentic Cowboy and Western Music. A Hundred Years Late is also the title of the current CD of Scotty Fitch and his Silverscreen Ranchands. Scotty delivery thirteen ballads in the sounds of Marty Robbins or Bob Wills. Listen to this album, close your eyes and enjoy the campfire feeling.
On this album are selected traditionals such as There's A Gold Mine In The Sky. The song tells about a prospector and his mule. They both are convinced to find a gold mine one day - even if it will be in heaven. There's also The Sweet Desert Rose, a song written by Scotty. And looking for more known traditionals gets you to Red River Valley or Jose Villalobos. The latter is a family story written by the late Leon Payne, who died in 1969.
Talking about Marty Robbins style: Listen to Padre Of Old San Antone or Blue Shadows On The Trail. And if you're more into real cowboy songs, there are Wild Horse or Hanging Tree waiting for your ears to enjoy. Experts of the Cowboy Music Scene firmly believe that Scotty Fitch has already earned his place in the history books of Western Music. www.backfortybunkhouse.com