Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Cooder Browne - Cooder Browne (1978)



Cooder Browne was a Southern Rock band that released one (their only) album on the Lone Star label (which was Willie's label). It's very country and Texan! If you're into the MTB and Outlaws, but also dig Texas country and even some TexMex (Jalapeno Lady), you'll love this. It has some great fiddling too. It was recorded at Capricorn Studios and produced by Paul Hornsby. Guest appearances by Toy Caldwell (steel guitar) and Jimmy Nalls (of Sea Level).
Another McCluth LP-rip, first brought to you on Skydog's Elysium. Hee-haw!

7 comments:

Kadek55 said...

I had this one on vinyl, it's great!

Thanks a lot!

gormul said...

Happy I found this one,used to have it on vinyl too but I was not able to listen too it for a long time.
Thanks

rob b said...

Just saw this one in the used Lp bin in KC and figured Id find it here given its SOUTHER-NICITY!! Thanks fer the post!! BTW-What a great sounding rip...what's McCluth using to rip vinyl?? WINO

Anonymous said...

Sadly, the bassist and lead singer on the song Two Trains has passed away several years ago.

Chester Proudfoot said...

Great share! I can't believe it's still good after nearly four years - but it is. Thanks a ton for this!

Skydogg said...

Trying to keep an archive alive here! Enjoy ;)

Adam said...

Fiddle player is Larry Franklin who is still a huge Nashville guy. Currently part of The Time Jumpers western swing band with Vince Gill, Paul Franklin and others.