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Cowboy 5'll Getcha Ten (1971)

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Cowboy: 5'll Getcha Ten (1971)

(2014/Real Gone Music) 12 tracks
Duane Allman war der Entdecker von Cowboy, einer Band aus Jacksonville, Florida, deren Gründer Scott Boyer und Tommy Talton waren. 1971 veröffentlichten sie '5’ll Getcha Ten', ihr zweites Album
für Phil Waldens Capricorn Label. Produziert wurde das Album von Johnny Sandlin, der auch der Produzent der Allman Brothers Band war. Als Gastmusiker sind Duane Allman und Chuck Leavell an Bord
und die Platte beinhaltet unter anderem den Song 'Please Be with Me',  der von Eric Clapton auf seinem Album '461 Ocean Boulevard' gecovert wurde.
Remastert wurde das Album von Maria Triana in den Battery Studios in NYC. Die Liner Notes stammen von Scott Schinder mit Anmerkungen von Tommy Talton.

(2014/Real Gone Music) 12 tracks



Cowboy - 5'll Getcha Ten (1971) Medium 1
1: She Carries A Child
2: Hey There Babe
3: 5’Ll Getcha Ten
4: The Wonder
5: Shoestring
6: Lookin’ For You
7: Seven Four Tune
8: Right On Friend
9: All My Friends
10: Innocence Song
11: Please Be With Me
12: What I Want Is You


Artikeleigenschaften von Cowboy: 5'll Getcha Ten (1971)

  • Interpret: Cowboy

  • Albumtitel: 5'll Getcha Ten (1971)

  • Artikelart CD

  • Genre Country

  • Erscheinungsjahr 2014
  • Label Real Gone Music

  • SubGenre Country - General

  • EAN: 0848064003205

  • Gewicht in Kg: 0.100

Interpreten-Beschreibung "Cowboy"


Please Be With Me

(Charles Scott Boyer)

recorded August 1971 at Capricorn Sound Studio or Muscle Shoals Sound Studio; produced by Johnny Sandlin

with Scott Boyer: vocals, guitar; Duane Allman: Dobro; George Clark: bass; Tommy Talton & Pete Kowalke: background vocals

Capricorn SD 864 (LP)


Presumably, Cowboy's first LP did sufficiently well for them to get another shot. This very pretty song came from their second album, '5'll Get You Ten.' Charles Boyer said he wrote it before the group got together. It was recorded in August '71 and features Duane Allman on what was probably one of his last gigs as a session player. About eight or ten weeks later, he was killed. His daughter, Galadrielle, remembers the Cowboy album playing at home when the news came of her father's death, and she later titled her book after this song. Cowboy was living together in an old slave cabin near Cochran, Georgia, and principal recording was done at Capricorn's new studio on what is now MLK Boulevard in Macon. "The studio was just plain funky,” said the group's Tom Wynn, who sat out Please Be With Me. "It was in an old store-front building right in the middle of downtown. There was no sign; and, walking up to it, it looked like just another dust-crusted vacant building. The front was vacant; the studio area was a big room with a control booth in the back of the building. That area must have been used as the warehousing for the retail store that originally used the building. Most of the other buildings in the neighborhood were vacant. Seemed like they probably had been vacant for a long time.  I remember the Heart of Georgia Diner was across the street, and I never worked up the nerve to actually eat there. I remember the red neon lights on the mission building's cross that said 'Jesus Saves' would glow huge in the fog.  We could see it from several blocks away coming out of the studio late at night. It was the heart of old Georgia.”


Cowboy's second album did no better than the first, but Please Be With Me got a mighty payday when Eric Clapton included it on his mega-selling '461 Ocean Boulevard' LP. An alternate version of Cowboy's recording appeared on the almost comparably huge 'Duane Allman Anthology' double LP.

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