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A Cowboy At Heart

June 3, 2011 | Format: MP3

$8.99
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When you meet Bunk Skelton, it is very apparent that he is "A Cowboy At Heart". You can tell by the way he walks, the way he carries himself, the way he sits a horse. He'll tell you about his love of wide open spaces, the grass, trees and mountains. You'll also find that he considers a good horse to be a friend, and you'll hear him tell stories of wrecks while workin' wild cattle in wide open country. Bunk was born to be a cowboy. But what really defines Bunk is his heart for God. As you listen to this album, you'll realize that most of the music and words are what Bunk Skelton lives by. They aren't just songs, they are a way of life. So if you are lucky enough to meet Bunk, by his handshake you will know he is a man of integrity, hard work and character, and above all, he has a pure heart given to him by God. So maybe, just maybe, God might be ... "A Cowboy At Heart" -- Bill Stipp

The previous is from the CD insert. I had the privilege of co-producing this project. This album was recorded over a 2-1/2 day period at Palmyra Studios in Palmer, Texas with the the assistance of studio owner/engineer Paul "Pappy" Middleton. The goal was to create a vintage sound with all the players in the same room and using analog tape and the old Neve 8038 console that is the center-point of the control room. When you listen to the tracks, you can hear the genuine warmth and raw feel that only comes from tape and a live performance. Most songs were done in 1-2 takes and with the exception of the backing vocals and a couple of guitar overdubs that were recorded later, everything is just as as it was in the studio, with little or no extra processing.

Enjoy these songs and the message they bring. Unlike many spiritually-themed records, A Cowboy At Heart, promises to get you up and moving, tapping your feet, and maybe even dancing a Waltz, all for the glory of God!
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