Red Steagall - Born To This Land album FLAC
Red Steagall looks and lives the part of a Western sage, and his voice has a depth that gives the illusion that he was actually there for a lot of the stories he sings about (he also tells a story or two, with a modern sensibility to some old western themes). Born to This Land, produced by Steve Gibson is lean and unobtrusive, is filled with gorgeous acoustic guitar and mandolin sounds, and the entire record is a worthy successor to the best of Marty Robbins, Tex Ritter, or the Sons of the Pioneers
Born to this land Tracklist.
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Overview (current section).
Fort Phantom Hill, 03:21. One Empty Cot In the Bunkhouse, 03:39.
Russell Red Stegall has been around the block a few times at this stage of his life – he turned 79 last month – but there’s no arguing that he’s made good use of his time. com put it, his voice has a depth that gives the illusion that he was actually there for a lot of the stories he sings about. BORN TO THIS LAND is a modern-day cowboy classic, one which deserves to be heard by a larger audience.
Russell "Red" Steagall (born December 22, 1938) is an American actor, musician, poet, and stage performer who focuses on American Western and country music genres. He has performed for heads of state, including a special party for President Reagan at the White House in 1983, and has completed three overseas tours for the United States Information Agency to the Middle East, the Far East, and South America.
Steagall was born Russell Steagall in Gainesville in north Texas on December 22, 1938. He became a bull rider at rodeos while he was still a teenager, but at the age of 15, he was stricken with polio. He took up the guitar and the mandolin as physical therapy to recover the strength and dexterity of his arms and hands. Red has won the Wrangler Award for original music five times: 1993 (for his Warner Western album, Born to This Land), 1995 (for the Warner Western album, Faith and Values), 1997 (for his Warner Western album, Dear Mama, I'm a Cowboy), 1999 (for Love of the West). In fall 2002, Steagall released his 20th album, Wagon Tracks, which also won the Wrangler Award from the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. Red released his new album Here We Go Again in August 2007.
|Born To This Land|
|The Wagon Tongue|
|One More Lick|
|Ride For The Brand|
|When The Cimarron Was Red And On The Rise|
|Fort Phantom Hill|
|One Empty Cot In The Bunkhouse|
|9 45327-2||Red Steagall||Born To This Land (CD, Album)||Warner Western||9 45327-2||US||1993|
|9 45327-4||Red Steagall||Born To This Land (Cass, Album)||Warner Western||9 45327-4||US||1993|