This is Chapter Eight of the Cowboy Conditions broadcast extravaganza.
Listen in as Utah and Sky banter as usual, as they revisit the Spring 2016 podcast featuring the topic of home vegetable gardening and the quest for wisdom, with the performance of Woody Guthrie’s song “This Land is Your Land“.
Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls, Chapter 4 of Cowboy Conditions is built around a song, about a daily train that traveled from Chicago to New Orleans and in all them towns along the way “there was BASEBALL”.
Utah and Sky talked about what the one lesson was was going to be for this show. In life as in baseball, it’s not whether you win or lose it’s how you play the game.
Featured song is “CITY OF NEW ORLEANS” performed by on Steve Goodman 1971 album creatively titled Steve Goodman. click here to listen to the podcast.
Ladies and gentlemen, did you ever think you would get a cowboy like, Sky Russell, to agree to do a podcast about “Love & Valentines”?
Well, he’d much rather be out on the range sleeping in the dirt on the hard ground by a campfire, or roundin up some wild mustang horses, than to be in the studio with Utah, talking and singing about love. But Sky knows, who hands him a paycheck so…… he agreed. Featured song is “Help Me Make It Through the Night”.
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Utah Red and Sky Russell are Wishing All a Merry 2016 Holiday Season.
They did not get the time to finalize a Christmas show but decided to share some of their songs from their rehearsals, when they were getting ready for a couple of live performances in the Port Gardner Bays.
Utah and Sky hope you enjoy the 8 songs during your joyous season: Came Upon a Midnight Clear, We Three Kings, Nowell, Jingles Bells, Come Oh Come Emanuel, Mary Did you Know, Heirloom and Silent Night.
Join Utah Red and SkyRussell for their Summer podcast all about “toughness and frugality“!
Utah and Sky have chosen five songs that they hope capture the theme of this podcast. Songs performed are Love at the Five and Dime, Mr Bojangles, Standing Knee Deep in a River, Oh My Darling Clementine and Nearest Distant Shore.
And do take a little time to enjoy Sky’s Story about the people who lived in “Squak.”
Plan to listen to all 4 episodes click here to take you through your Summer Journey.
Produced at the Port Gardner Golden Age Sound Studios.