During the summers of 1983 and 1984, nine cowboys representing different cattle-raising traditions traveled to cowtowns across the west, ranging from the Texas border to the Dakotas, and from the Montana badlands to the lush uplands of Hawaii's Big Island. They recited cowboy poems offering a glimpse into their lives and times, told jokes and big windy stories, sang in English, Spanish, and Hawaiian, and performed on fiddle, guitar, ukelele and harmonica. -from the notes by Joe Wilson Recorded by the National Council for the Traditional Arts, these highlights from this legendary tour feature Everett Brisendine, Junior Daugherty, Brownie Ford, Karin Haleamau, Glenn Ohrlin, Clyde "Kindy" Sproat, Duff Severe, Ken Trowbridge and Johnny Whelan.
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