Ronny Cox | Songs... with Repercussions

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Songs... with Repercussions

by Ronny Cox

An eclectic folk style which ranges from traditional ballads to Texas Swing to contemporary singer/songwriter tunes.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. Can I Come Back Home
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2. The Water is Wide
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3. Grapes on the Vine
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4. The Diamantina Drover
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5. Give it to the Rich Man
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6. A Horse Called Music
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7. Grady
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8. Happy Father's Day
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9. Compadres in the old Sierra Madres
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10. Better Man
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11. Santa Ana Winds
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12. Down the Trail to San Antone
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13. Holy Now
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14. Milkbone Underwear
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15. Forever Ride
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Ronny Cox - Songs…. With Repercussions” is, more than anything else, about the absence of Mary. It is also a “studio” album, with tight and precise arrangements and vocal harmonies. I found a wonderful group of players in South Carolina: Danny Harlow, Susan Taylor and Cary Taylor, and have allowed them great latitude and encouragement in our approach to the tunes. My “Southwestern” sensibilities are always present, but there is also a distinct “Southern” feel to many of the tunes and that comes directly from them. I am extremely proud of this album.


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