Way Out Yonder is the 2005 Western Heritage Award winner for Outstanding Traditional Western Album from the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum (Cowboy Hall of Fame).
In this album, you will find some of the finest voicing and writing of Jack Hannah since they first started recording. There is not a doubt in my mind that Jack is right up there with Bob Nolan and Stan Jones as one of the greatest Western songwriters in the history of the genre! On this CD, “Where the Very Same Cottonwoods Grow,” may very well turn out to be one of the finest Western songs ever written. “The Ballad of Joaquin Murrieta“ is certainly one of Jack’s greatest story songs ever.
For a complete change of pace, Joe pays tribute with his own beautiful voice to the Gene Autry classic “Mexicali Rose.” And Lonnie’s fine tenor voice will stir your heartstrings with his rendition of “Little Cowboy.”
- There’s a Rainbow Over the Range
- Ridin’ Up the Glory Trail
- Song from Nara Visa
- The Famous Long X Brand
- Santa Fe Lights
- The Ballad of Joaquin Murrieta
- Little Cowboy
- It’s The Open Range For Me
- A Cowboy’s Heart Is In The Saddle
- Mexicali Rose
- The Lord of the Rollin’ Hills
- Way Out Yonder
- Where The Very Same Cottonwoods Grow