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Songs of the Plains

Colter Wall

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1
Plain to See Plainsman
Colter Wall
3:49
2
Saskatchewan in 1881
Colter Wall
2:51
3
John Beyers (Camaro Song)
Colter Wall
2:01
4
Wild Dogs
Colter Wall
4:52
5
Calgary Round-Up
Colter Wall
3:34
6
Night Herding Song
Colter Wall
2:20
7
Wild Bill Hickok
Colter Wall
2:39
8
The Trains Are Gone
Colter Wall
2:08
9
Thinkin' on a Woman
Colter Wall
3:20
10
Manitoba Man
Colter Wall
3:58
11
Tying Knots in the Devil's Tail
Colter Wall
2:36
Total Playing Time    34:08
"On his terrific sophomore record, Wall paints a portrait of a mythic Canadiana, a western region of lonesome plains and grizzled frontiersmen, of rodeos and gunfighters, of hardscrabble existences and unlucky bounces."
- Exclaim

Acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer, Colter Wall, releases his highly anticipated new album, Songs of the Plains. Recorded at Nashville’s RCA Studio A with Grammy Award-winning producer Dave Cobb, the album features eleven songs including Plain to See Plainsman. In addition to seven original songs written by Wall, the album also includes versions of Billy Don Burns’ Wild Dogs, Wilf Carter’s Calgary Round-Up and two cowboy traditionals, Night Herding Song and Tying Knots in the Devil’s Tail. In addition to Wall (vocals, acoustic guitar), the album also features Cobb (acoustic guitar), Lloyd Green (pedal steel), Chris Powell (drums, spoons), Jason Simpson (bass), Mickey Raphael (harmonica), Blake Berglund (vocals) and Corb Lund (vocals).
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