Mike Beck | Cowboys & Angels

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Cowboys & Angels

by Mike Beck

Western Americana
Genre: Folk: Minstrel
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1. Fire of the West
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2. Angel of Sobraines
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3. Rubin's Song
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4. Juan Guadalupe
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5. Closer to the Light
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6. Georgie
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7. Vision Seeker
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8. My Uncle's Saddle
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9. Cold and Lonely Night
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10. My Baby Makes a Better Hand Than Me
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11. One Wreck Away
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Album Notes
According to legendary performer Ramblin' Jack Elliot, "Mike Beck plays the guitar like a Byrd. His strings do things that mine could never do. They obey the slightest finger-touch commands like a fine Reining Horse." Legendary performer Ian Tyson explains, “Mike's plowing new ground. He's not re-recording the old Hollywood matinee music from the 30's and 40's. You've got to have focus and keep producing good stuff. He's better than all of those newer western guys.”


Two of Mike Beck's songs were listed as part of the list of the “13 Best Cowboy Songs of All Time” in the April, 2009 issue of Western Horseman.




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