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Live! At the Tractor

by Wylie & the Wild West

Capture the essence of Wylie & the Wild West's unique live performance and high energy on this album recorded live at the world famous Tractor Tavern in Seattle, WA.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Whoop Up Trail (Live)
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2. Yodeling Cowhand (Live)
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3. Act Naturally (Live)
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4. A Good One (Live)
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5. The Little Red Hen (Live)
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6. When I'm Ridin' I'm Right (Live)
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7. The Two Things in Life (Live)
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8. Miles and Miles of Texas (Live)
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9. Swinging On a Star (Live)
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10. Ol Montana (Live)
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11. Forty Miles of Bad Road (Live)
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12. To Her (Live)
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13. Branded (Live)
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14. Buffalo Gals (Live)
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15. Yodeling Fool (Live)
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16. The Gather (Live)
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Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes

1. Whoop Up Trail (W. Gustafson) Two Medicine Music, BMI
2. Yodeling Cowhand (W. Gustafson) Two Medicine Music, BMI
3. Act Naturally (Russell/ Morrison) Sony/ATV Tree Publishing, BMI
4. A Good One (W. Gustafson) Two Medicine Music, BMI
5. The Little Red Hen (traditional arrangement by W. Gustafson) Two Medicine Music BMI
6. When I’m Ridin’ I’m Right (W. Gustafson) Two Medicine Music, BMI
7. The Two Things in Life (Gary McMahan) Yodelin’ Yayhoo Music, BMI
8. Miles and Miles of TX (Camfield/ Johnson) Universal Songs of Polygram IN, BMI
9. Swinging on a Star (W. Gustafson) Two Medicine Music, BMI
10. Ol Montan (W. Gustafson) Two Medicine Music, BMI
11. Forty Miles of Bad Road (Eddy/ Casey) Unichappell Music Inc BMI
12. To Her (W. Gustafson/ W. Ogilvie) Two Medicine Music, BMI
13. Branded (W. Gustafson) Two Medicine Music, BMI
14. Buffalo Gals (traditional arrangement by W. Gustafson) Two Medicine Music, BMI
15. Yodeling Fool (W. Gustafson) Two Medicine Music, BMI
16. The Gather (W. Gustafson) Two Medicine Music, BMI

Wylie & the Wild West LIVE! at the Tractor
The band:
Ray Doyle- harmony vocals, guitar, baritone guitar, Vox mando guitar
T. Scot Wilburn- steel guitar, guitar, fiddle
David Reynolds- drums
Wylie Galt Gustafson- vocals, acoustic guitar
Produced by Wylie Galt Gustafson
Engineered by PJ Newman
Mixed by PJ & Wylie
DVD of this performance available on our official Website: www.wyliewebsite.com
E-mail: yodeler@pionnet.com
For discography go to: www.wyliewebsite.com/disc.html
Two Medicine Tours
E-mail: yodeler@pionnet.com
Special thanks to:
Dan Cowan & the Tractor Tavern crew, PJ Newman, Brian Barnett and Nimble Productions, Victoria Watt Warshaw, John Swift, Kiki and Morgan, Scott O’Malley & Associates, Chris Jenkins Guitars, Mike Conklin Guitars, Tacoma Guitars, Gore Elixir Strings, Tomkins Electric Guitars, and Carhartt.
Photo credits:
Front Cover: Jerome Dorsival, Equiblues Festival, St. Agreve, France
Back cover: Bob Inouye
Inside images of band: Jon Hawley
Recorded live at the Tractor Tavern in Seattle, WA October 8, 2004.

What a great trip it has been! We got things started with the first incarnation of Wylie & the Wild West at Ronnie Mack’s Barn Dance at the Palomino Club in North Hollywood back in 1989. It was the same deal back then as it is now... try to win a crowd with good music and make ‘em feel like they’ve got their money’s worth. My idea about playing live music has pretty much been the same since I started playing in high school dance bands in the mid 70's... be an entertainer. It all started as I watched Chuck Berry on TV one night as he duck walked, strutted, kicked and grooved across the stage while never missing a beat. Now that was entertainment! So I picked up my Dad’s beat up old Epiphone and started strumming along to most any record in my family’s record collection. My brother started a rock n’ roll band and was on the lookout for a cheap bass player. I ordered a bass through the mail and before I could say “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”... I was in front of a crowd that wanted to see a show.

I am really proud of the band that makes up the Wild West. They are a hard working crew that has made the sacrifices of the road time and time again. Over the past 15 years the band has performed on 4 continents and thousands of gigs. We’ve never had a hit record but that hasn’t slowed us down a bit. It’s never been about making perfect music that’s all in tune and slicked up… it’s more about rockin’, rollin’, swingin’ and yodelin’ while trying to pluck that emotional note that you can’t get anywhere else but in front of a LIVE! audience. We have tried to keep the spirit of our performance at the Tractor Tavern real by not doctoring things up in the mix. Here it is… trail dust, hair, mystery notes and all. Happy listening!


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