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  • CD (1 août 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00004VW6O
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Par Un client le 20 juin 2002
Format: CD
Le reflet d'une vie : Une vie à passer de ville en ville à travers l'ouest parce que le métier est le rodéo . Une sangle que l'on serre, un chapeau qu'on réajuste, la porte qui s'ouvre et la furie sur 4 sabots déchainés qui essaient de vous dégager en moins de 10 secondes. Chris Ledoux a commencé comme ça : Cow boy de rodéo, et sa musique est le reflet de ses émotions, soutenues par une voix grave, posée, sereine, pleine d'expérience . cet album, c'est une invitation au voyage dans l'ouest, un bel très bel album à écouter de préférence la nuit sur la route .
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HASH(0x9388b8ac) étoiles sur 5 BRONC RIDER's review 7 septembre 2000
Par Mike - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As a profesional saddle bronc rider in the PRCA I highly recomend this cd to anyone who is truly country..I own all most all of Chris's tapes(some of them aren't on cd)and cd's.Most of my tapes are about worn out because of playing them on many road trips.It was nice to be able to listen to some of these old songs again without worring about wearing out my tapes.I believe this cd can make anyone feel country.Even if they hang there hat in the city.
So if your an loyal LeDoux fan or you just like feeling country I recomend this cd to you..Its pure and its honest..
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HASH(0x9388b900) étoiles sur 5 #1 Cowboy 21 août 2000
Par Donald C. Nelson;Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After listening to the current direction country music has been heading lately , it was quite refreshing to hear an album that was keyed a bit lower without losing any of the intensity of the music. Chris LeDoux shows once again why he is one of the few "honest" artists out there. He can sing about values without coming off as hokey or cornpone.This cd is a must for any fan of good music , country or not. His voice belies the hard fought lessons of life that we all try to learn from. The final track , Song Of Wyoming , alone is worth buying the cd.
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HASH(0x9388bd38) étoiles sur 5 He's Truly Country & Western 13 août 2000
Par Timothy Yap - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Due to the faithful purchase of his fans, Chris LeDoux has the liberty of releasing an album each year without the pressure of a top 40 hit. But this need not be so! Although this CD is entitled "Cowboy" and the material is more western than Nashpop but there are a few potential hits that country radio could embrace.
For example, "Silence on the Line" (the current single) is a heartbreaking ballad of a woman hanging up on her rodeo boyfriend for good. The amalgam of LeDoux's sincere delivery and the producers' sparse production makes this track a gem. The song has a particularly commercial appeal that country radio should embrace.
"Our First Year" is another excellent choice for a second single. This time LeDoux is in a happier disposition as he reflects with great affection and sentimentality the joys and trials of his first year of marriage. The vivid imageries of a struggling family makes this song another standout. The song reminds me of earlier LeDoux's tracks such as "Making Ends Meet" and the excellent "Struggling Years."
Then, there are the more western songs that truly put the words "western" back to "country and western" music. Being unfamiliar with LeDoux's earlier music, I find all of his earlier western tunes very appealing. Unlike some of his recordings, the production is not cluttered. In fact, they are quite restrain allowing LeDoux's voice to easily glide through the songs. From the tongue-in-check "I'm Country" to the relaxing "Song of Wyoming," LeDoux shows us truly what being a cowboy is all about.
This is truly a remarkable album. It is western in theme but still country enough for anyone who is just a country fan.
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HASH(0x95713120) étoiles sur 5 Mac McAnally Knows How To Treat Chris' Music! 1 juin 2011
Par Austin Dalyai - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Cowboy is one of 3 albums that Mac McAnally produced and directed for Chris LeDoux. Two terrific studio efforts, "After The Storm, and Horsepower. And then this one makes three. Cowboy is a remake or cover album if you will, of 11 Chris LeDoux classics. These are songs that Chris recorded originally when he was still a young man on the rodeo circuit. Here they are given a modern day treatment, with new musicians, and Chris' much matured vocals. This should have been a very tough task, for a few reasons. First off, picking only 11 songs from Chris' amazing back catelogue to re-record. Next, trying to keep the heart and soul of each track while making them fit the style of modern, Neo-Traditional Country Music. Mac and Chis have succeeded masterfully. Chris' voice is just a playful and strong as it's ever been, and the music and production are top notch. This album, in no way, robs the original spirit of these songs, and in some cases adds a whole new dimention to them.
The album's opener "He Rides The Wild Horses," is just perfect. The opening keyboards from the original are replaced with a biting lead guitar riff that screams bar-room Honky Tonk. The harmony vocals match Chris perfectly, and the overall sound is louder and more musically up front than the original. It makes what was a great song absolutely amazing.
"Sinlence On The Line" was always a heartwrenching tune from Chris, but here the power a feeling is top notch. It's almost as if Chris is just singing it for the first time. You can really feel the heart break in his voice.
"I'm Country" is a terrific LeDoux novelty song. He has always been good for a laugh or two on his past albums, and now he gets to bring that sence of humor to the Nashville masses.
"A Cowboy's Got To Ride" is given an entirely new treatment here. The tune is faster, and much more Rocked-Up than the original. And the lead guitar work of Jack Pearson is pure Country gold!
In a very daring move, more-so than the other tracks here, is the remake of "Running Through The Rain." This song is a very personal tale from Chris about the good old days. Before him and his rodeo buddies got married and had families. But once again, Mac and Chris make it a new song. If you had never heard the original, you'd swear this was written for Chris' Horsepower album. Ver full and tight, but still loose enough to be fun and real classic Country.
Overall, this album is one of my favorites from Chris. It has some of my favorite LeDoux classics, mixed with the voice that everyone came to know while he was getting radio play outside of Utah and Wyoming. If you're looking for More Chris LeDoux music, or just a great, great piece to add to your George Straits, Mark Chesnutts, Tracy Byrds, and early days Garth Brooks', this is a perfect album. This folks, is what Country Music is all about!
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HASH(0x957130cc) étoiles sur 5 Gems from LeDoux's Beginnings 12 novembre 2000
Par Don Thomason - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Cowboy is a revisiting of older LeDoux classics from his self releases during his rodeo days, a result of fans asking where they can find the old stuff. Those who only know LeDoux for "Cadillac Ranch" will see where his musical phenomenon began -- guileless songs about rodeo life and cowboy philosophy, the stuff Garth Brooks first sang about. High points include the sorrowful realities of "Silence on the Line" (like Kathy Mattea's "Where've You Been," it will take me months to listen to this song without choking up), the philosophical "Ten Seconds in the Saddle," and superlative story songs like "Our First Year" and "The Yellow Stud." I confess a particular fondness for "I'm Country" and its good-humored simplicity: "I laugh when I'm happy and I cry when I'm blue/Cuss when I'm mad like I'm s'posed to do." Western fans and country fans alike will like this one.
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