John Saint Ryan | The Wind in Their Mane and Tail (Rays' Song)

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The Wind in Their Mane and Tail (Rays' Song)

by John Saint Ryan

This song has a cowboy/country feel to it that celebrates Ray Hunt, a major influence in the world of horsemanship.
Genre: Country: Contemporary Country
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I wrote this song originally for Ray Hunt some time ago when he needed some music for his Colt Starting DVD. I hope people will enjoy the words and reflect on the man himself who helped create a better world for horses.
Any profits from the sale of this song will go to the Alzheimer's Association, a voluntary health organization which focuses on care, support and research for Alzheimer's disease.
Over the years i've had many influences on my music. My personal tastes are wide and varied. I'm happy listening to Tony Bennett , Jimi Hendrix, Debussy,John Martyn,Scott Walker, Pink Floyd and Christy Moore one after the other. Songs evoke so many emotions and senses and of course a lot depends on how you personally feel at any given moment. The music can calm you or invigorate you.
I hope that people will find something to celebrate in my music, either original or cover versions. I think it's all about interpretation and trying to reach the listener with your own sense of what a song means to you.


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