Cow Bop | Route 66

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Route 66

by Cow Bop

Cow Bop cruises down the storied road with a swingin set of classic tunes and a first-class posse. Buckle up and get ready for the ride of a lifetime!
Genre: Jazz: Swing/Big Band
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1. Back in the Saddle
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4:07 album only
2. I'm an Old Cowhand
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5:08 album only
3. Texifornia Breakdown
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3:56 album only
4. My Heart Belongs to Daddy
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5:04 album only
5. Time Changes Everything
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4:08 album only
6. Whoa Baby
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3:50 album only
7. When the Bloom Is On the Sage
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5:39 album only
8. Route 66
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6:16 album only
9. Merry Go Round Up
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4:42 album only
10. Mood Indigo
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3:39 album only
11. Swng from Texas
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12. Route 66
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"This is one of those rare times when it's impossible to hang a label on a band or pigeonhole its type of music. Thanks to the incredible talents of four guys and a gal that make up Cow Bop, the result is the jazziest country sound since Bob Wills. Taking it one step further, there is a gutsy irreverence that makes straying from the original tunes an exciting adventure in every groove.

Western swing, bebop, and flat-out jazz are tossed together with a sassy delivery, breakneck instrumental work, and often sultry vocals that conjure images of big-band days. The 12 tunes are standards that have been worked over by better-known artists through the years, but never have they been wrung out so completely and so freshly."
-Ken Rosenbaum, Toledo Blade



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