Chris LeDoux - Sings Of His 'Life As A Rodeo Man' mp3 flac download
|Title:||Sings Of His 'Life As A Rodeo Man'|
|Date of release:||1991|
|MP3 album size:||1656 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1712 mb|
|Digital formats:||MP1 AAC APE ADX VOC DXD ADX|
Album · 1974 · 12 Songs. Life As a Rodeo Man Chris LeDoux.
Born to Follow Rodeo, 02:39. Caballo Diablo, 03:17.
Chris LeDoux was an American rodeo champion, country music singer, and a bronze sculptor. This biography of Chris LeDoux provides detailed information about his childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline. He retired from his career as a professional rodeo in 1980 to concentrate on his music. Within three years he released four albums and sold more than 2,50,000 copies of his album with little marketing. By the end of the 1980’s he had self-released 22 albums and had garnered a huge fan following. For a long time he preferred not to sign any recording contracts as he wanted to maintain his independence
Life As a Rodeo Man. Chris LeDoux. Born to Follow Rodeo.
Chris Ledoux (October 2, 1948 – March 9, 2005) was an American country music singer-songwriter, bronze sculptor and rodeo champion. During his career LeDoux recorded 36 albums (many self-released) which have sold more than six million units in the United States as of January 2007. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Life as a Rodeo Man Album.
Chris LeDoux, a country music and rodeo icon, died on March 9, 2005. Here are five stories that show why he's still one of the genre's most beloved artists. Chris LeDoux was a country music icon known as much for his time in the rodeo arena as his time on the stage. He truly lived the life he sang about in his songs and went on to inspire a whole new generation of western singers. But there was more to LeDoux than being a singing rodeo star. He was also a devoted husband, a father with a big heart and a western music visionary. The cowboy singer died of cancer on March 9, 2005. Here are five stories that capture the legacy that Chris LeDoux left behind.
Chris LeDoux Singer, songwriter A real rodeo cowboy in a musical world saturated with artificial ones, Chris LeDoux has pursued an unusual country music career in at least two respects. LeDoux sold his records and tapes at rodeo events out of a booth or out of his gear bag. They were also distributed through western wear outlets and, remarkably for a small independent enterprise, at several large retail music chains based in the western United States. The dimensions of LeDoux's success within his specialized market were nothing less than staggering. Life as a Rodeo Man, American Cowboy Songs, 1975; reissued, Liberty, 1991. Songbook of the American West, American Cowboy Songs, 1976; reissued, Liberty, 1991. Sing Me a Song, Mr. Rodeo Man, American Cowboy Songs, 1977; reissued, Liberty, 1991.
Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals.
|A2||Amarillo By Morning||2:13|
|A4||Born To Follow Rodeo||2:34|
|B2||Long Black Veil||2:54|
|B4||All Around Cowboy of '64||2:59|
|B5||John Ed Sang Cowpoke||3:26|
|NR6520||Chris LeDoux||Sings Of His 'Life As A Rodeo Man' (LP)||American Cowboy Songs||NR6520||US||Unknown|
|LM6520-5||Chris LeDoux||Life As A Rodeo Man (LP)||Lucky Man Music||LM6520-5||US||1975|
|LM6520-5||Chris LeDoux||Life As A Rodeo Man (Cass, Album)||Lucky Man Music||LM6520-5||US||1975|
|CDP 7 96872 2||Chris LeDoux||Sings Of His 'Life As A Rodeo Man' (CD, Album)||Capitol Nashville||CDP 7 96872 2||US||1991|
|none||Chris LeDoux||Sings Of His "Life As A Rodeo Man" (Cass, Album)||Lucky Man Music||none||US||1975|