Dave Stamey | Come Ride With Me

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Come Ride With Me

by Dave Stamey

A collection showcasing the remarkable range of Dave Stamey's sensitive and intelligent songwriting, words that come from years spent in the real working West.
Genre: Country: Western
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1. Come Ride With Me
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4:45 album only
2. In Old McGee Canyon
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3:17 album only
3. Desert Winds
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5:03 album only
4. Sharon Littlehawk
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4:20 album only
5. Dusty Road
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4:04 album only
6. The Mission Bell
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4:38 album only
7. Used Rough
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3:19 album only
8. Geronimo's Children
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4:58 album only
9. Crazy Mary
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5:30 album only
10. Someone Go Back Home
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2:41 album only
11. Intro to Ruby
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0:43 album only
12. Ruby Could Sing
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13. One More For My Baby (Bonus Track)
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Album Notes
From the Review by Margo Metagrano at Cowboypoetry.com: "With a great stable of backup musicians and his own guitar wizardry, the CD includes many songs that have already become audience favorites, including the title track, "In Old McGee Canyon," "Used Rough," "Geronimo's Children," "Sharon Littlehawk," and the outstanding "Ruby Could Sing." The collection showcases Dave Stamey's remarkable range in his sensitive and intelligent songwriting, words that come from years spent in the real working West, often with passionate themes of piercing honesty about that endangered world. Those words are expressed with both seriousness and ironic humor, and, always, with his brand: integrity.
Just as in his performances, where he gives it his all, and then somehow, more, Come Ride With Me offers a final gift to fans. The last (hidden) track, "One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)" is a masterful interpretation with a startling depth of feeling, a perfect example of Dave Stamey's complex and compelling attraction as an artist. He sings, 'I'm a kinda poet and I got a lot of things I wanna say....' We're listening."


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