Jessica Hedges | History in the Barn

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History in the Barn

by Jessica Hedges

Award winning stories of cowboying, ranch life, and history put to rhyme and meter in traditional cowboy poetry style.
Genre: Spoken Word: Poetry
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1. Moving
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2. Listening for His Cinch Bell
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3. 50 Plus Years
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4. History in the Barn
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5. Dad
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6. Buckaroo Traditions
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7. Why I'll Never Stray
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8. Resting Place
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9. Leo
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10. Joaquin Murrieta
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11. One Last Shot
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12. Where to Go
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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History in the Barn is the debut cowboy poetry CD for ranch daughter and wife, Jessica Hedges. It talks about her experiences, and of those close to her, all wrapped up with a windy or two. The story lines emulate honor, integrity, history, humor and sorrow. She illustrates a "no holds barred" attitude as she talks about ranch life, past and present. History in the Barn includes 11 original poems and one of Jessica's personal favorites, recorded with permission, by Waddie Mitchell.


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