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Cowboy Town

by Brooks & Dunn

Cowboy Town by Brooks & Dunn

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Cowboy Town

by Brooks & Dunn

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Label: Arista Nashville
With "Johnny Cash Junkie (Buck Owens Freak)," Brooks and Dunn proclaim, "I'll take a little less pop / and a lot more twang." Cowboy Town delivers just that. The rootsy title track sets the tone for the follow-up to 2005's Hillbilly Deluxe with a warm, grinding Hammond organ and lyrics about a redneck town, and "The Ballad Of Jerry Jeff Walker" is a red-eyed honky-tonker that features the song's namesake singing in his weathered drawl. This album is sure to satiate the ears of any old-school country fans who find themselves turning the radio down when Cowboy Troy comes on.

About This Album

With "Johnny Cash Junkie (Buck Owens Freak)," Brooks and Dunn proclaim, "I'll take a little less pop / and a lot more twang." Cowboy Town delivers just that. The rootsy title track sets the tone for the follow-up to 2005's Hillbilly Deluxe with a warm, grinding Hammond organ and lyrics about a redneck town, and "The Ballad Of Jerry Jeff Walker" is a red-eyed honky-tonker that features the song's namesake singing in his weathered drawl. This album is sure to satiate the ears of any old-school country fans who find themselves turning the radio down when Cowboy Troy comes on.

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About This Album

With "Johnny Cash Junkie (Buck Owens Freak)," Brooks and Dunn proclaim, "I'll take a little less pop / and a lot more twang." Cowboy Town delivers just that. The rootsy title track sets the tone for the follow-up to 2005's Hillbilly Deluxe with a warm, grinding Hammond organ and lyrics about a redneck town, and "The Ballad Of Jerry Jeff Walker" is a red-eyed honky-tonker that features the song's namesake singing in his weathered drawl. This album is sure to satiate the ears of any old-school country fans who find themselves turning the radio down when Cowboy Troy comes on.