High Lonesome Cowboy is a collaboration between legends of the acoustic music scene: cowboy singer Don Edwards , bluegrass pioneer Peter Rowan, acoustic guitar icon Norman Blake (featured, and Grammy winner for his work on the O Brother Where Art Thou? soundtrack) and bluegrass hero Tony Rice.
It is the newest album in Western Jubilee’s Appalachia To Abilene Series, anchored in the common heritage of traditional music of the Western ranges and old-timey mountain music from back East. Rowan’s bluegrass tenor combined in harmony with Edward’s smooth baritone and some down home guitar picking gives these great old traditional songs a new High Lonesome feeling of wide open spaces.
- Take Me Back To The Range
- The Old Chisholm Trail
- Ramblin’ Cowboy
- Reno Blues (Philadelphia Lawyer)
- The Old Grey mare Came Tearing Out of the Wilderness
- Trail To Mexico
- The Night Guard
- Buddies In The Saddle
- Goodbye Old Paint
- Midnight On The Stormy Deep
- I’m Going To Leave Old Texas Now