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Playlist: Country Songs

Compiled By: Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy

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Return to Yesteryear Country Songs showcases the roots of Country, Cowboy, Western songs.

This Heart of Mine - Sanjay Lal

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:02

This heart of his will never mend until he finds true love, and then, it will take some time, he knows that it's true, for his heart to get over you.

Sanjay_lal2_small This heart of his will never mend until he finds true love, and then, it will take some time, he knows that it's true, for his heart to get over you.

Dancing Under Bar Room Lights - Sanjay Lal

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 02:42

Dancing under bar room lights is a delight unless her dancing is with someone else. Music & Vocals by the Singapore Cowboy, Sanjay Lal.

Sanjay_lal2_small Dancing under bar room lights is a delight unless her dancing is with someone else. Music & Vocals by the Singapore Cowboy, Sanjay Lal.

Change The Ways Of Yesterday - Sanjay Lal

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:38

Oh, how we all want to change some of yesterday's ways.

Sanjay_lal2_small Oh, how we all want to change some of yesterday's ways.

Learn Me How To Love You More - Billy Sea

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:24

Love is a learning thing and sometimes one has to ask how.

Billy_sea_small Love is a learning thing and sometimes one has to ask how.

Cowboys Like It That Way - Sanjay Lal

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:27

Cowboys sometimes just like to feel down and out, like getting thrown from the saddle. Music & Vocals by the Singapore Cowboy, Sanjay Lal.

Sanjay_lal2_small Cowboys sometimes just like to feel down and out, like getting thrown from the saddle. Music & Vocals by the Singapore Cowboy, Sanjay Lal.

Cotton Pickin Railroad Blues - Devin Melanson

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 02:39

Loading up the rail cars with cotton can bring on the blues.

Cotton_railcar_small Loading up the rail cars with cotton can bring on the blues.

Yodeling Old Hobo - Don Haddock

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:12

Just an old hobo yodeling as he walks down the road.

Old_hobo_small Just an old hobo yodeling as he walks down the road.

Touch Her - Don Haddock

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:15

Touch her and you'll feel how it feels to get the blues.

Touch_her_blues_small Touch her and you'll feel how it feels to get the blues.

Yesterday I remembered You Again - Don Haddock

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | 02:39

Sometimes forgetting is as hard as bringing back yesterday.

Yesterday_small Sometimes forgetting is as hard as bringing back yesterday.

Moonlight On The Mountains - Jerry Collins

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:31

Mountain moonlight makes love alight.

Mountain_moonlight_small Mountain moonlight makes love alight.

Big Tall Jones - Jerry Collins

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 04:47

Are all Joneses really that tall?

Big_tall_jones_small Are all Joneses really that tall?

Boxcar On The Outbound - Jerry Collins

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 04:12

Sometimes a boxcar is the best way out of town.

Boxcaroutbound_small Sometimes a boxcar is the best way out of town.

High Wagon Road - Jerry Collins

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 05:17

Supplying miners up Pikes Peak by wagon and mule team is a high wagon road.

High_wagon_road_small Supplying miners up Pikes Peak by wagon and mule team is a high wagon road.

Eighty Miles From San Antone - Jim Martin

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 02:57

Eighty miles from town is a place of no conveniences but it's a way of life.

Jim_martin2_small Eighty miles from town is a place of no conveniences but it's a way of life.

Big Freightliner - Jim Martin

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 02:53

Big Freightliner trucks can make that diesel whine.

Jim_martin2_small Big Freightliner trucks can make that diesel whine.

Lonesome Buckaroo - Lloyd Morris

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 04:36

Cowboys riding night herd sure can feel lonesome.

Lloyd_morris_small Cowboys riding night herd sure can feel lonesome.

Back Home On The Backroads Of My Mind - Lloyd Morris

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 04:54

Sometimes going back home is an illusion.

Lloyd_morris_small Sometimes going back home is an illusion.

Midnight Zephyr - Marc Blackwell

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 02:40

When a man loses his love, he takes the Midnight Zephyr and never comes back.

Midnight_zephyr_small When a man loses his love, he takes the Midnight Zephyr and never comes back.

Forgotten Down That Lost Highway - Marc Blackwell

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 02:51

OTR truckers get that lost feeling down long highways.

Marc_blackwell_small OTR truckers get that lost feeling down long highways.

Hank Williams Shoes - Mike Bryant

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:18

Lots of folks walk in Hank Williams shoes.

Mike_bryant_small Lots of folks walk in Hank Williams shoes.

Honk If You're A Honky Tonk Truck Driver - Mike Bryant

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:04

All honky tonk truck drivers give a honk now.

Mike_bryant_small All honky tonk truck drivers give a honk now.

I Hear Texas Calling Me - Mike Bryant

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:21

A dying cowboy hears Texas calling him home.

Mike_bryant_small A dying cowboy hears Texas calling him home.

Lady of Laredo - Mark Bryant

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:26

The lady of Laredo stole his heart away.

Ladylaredo1_small The lady of Laredo stole his heart away.

Our Love's Just Another Honky Tonk Song - Mike Bryant

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:13

Too many loves feel at home in a honky tonk.

Mike_bryant_small Too many loves feel at home in a honky tonk.

Cowboys Like It That Way - Peter Bettany

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:56

Some cowboys are lonesome but they just deal with it.

Peterbettany400x400_small Some cowboys are lonesome but they just deal with it.

George Jones - Peter Bettany

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:13

A tribute to George Jones, "The Possum".

Peterbettany400x400_small A tribute to George Jones, "The Possum".

My Aching Breaking Heart - Steve Klingforth

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 02:59

When a heart aches too much, it breaks apart.

Steve_klingforth_small When a heart aches too much, it breaks apart.

Petals From A Rose - Steve Klingforth

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 04:11

Enough rose petals will make a bouquet for every time your heart gets broken.

Steve_klingforth_small Enough rose petals will make a bouquet for every time your heart gets broken.

Rock Ola Lola - Steve Klingforth

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:06

The old Rock Ola jukebox in the corner plays songs for a dying mourner since Lola left him.

Steve_klingforth_small The old Rock Ola jukebox in the corner plays songs for a dying mourner since Lola left him.

This Heart of Mine - Steve Klingforth

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 04:11

This heart of mine will never mend.

Steve_klingforth_small This heart of mine will never mend.

Walking In Hank Williams Shoes - Steve Klingforth

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:43

Living life can be like walking in the shoes old Hank wore.

Steve_klingforth_small Living life can be like walking in the shoes old Hank wore.

Waltz I Danced With You - Steve Klingforth

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:46

A waltz is a waltz unless it's your waltz with your darling.

Steve_klingforth_small A waltz is a waltz unless it's your waltz with your darling.

Waltz Of The Broken Hearted - Steve Klingforth

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 04:11

A waltz can be good or broken.

Steve_klingforth_small A waltz can be good or broken.

Wasted Love and Withered Roses - Steve Klingforth

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 04:51

Wasted love is like a withered rose.

Steve_klingforth_small Wasted love is like a withered rose.

Daddy's Old Steel Guitar - Steve Klingforth

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 04:38

An old steel guitar was inherited from his Dad and he learns to play it just like him.

Steve_klingforth_small An old steel guitar was inherited from his Dad and he learns to play it just like him.

Everybody Gets A Broken Heart - Steve Klingforth

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 04:03

A broken heart? Well, who hasn't had one of those?

Steve_klingforth_small A broken heart? Well, who hasn't had one of those?

In Love With Only You - Steve Klingforth

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:28

True love is with only you.

Steve_klingforth_small True love is with only you.

For Another You Love - Steve Klingforth

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:39

The other person makes a triangle love.

Steve_klingforth_small The other person makes a triangle love.

Just A Honky Tonk Song - Steve Klingforth

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:59

Sometimes a love is written as just a honky tonk song.

Steve_klingforth_small Sometimes a love is written as just a honky tonk song.

Lovely Mansion On the Hill - Steve Klingforth

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:16

A poor rejected man looks out his lowly cabin window at the big mansion on the hill where he knows she is not happy.

Steve_klingforth_small A poor rejected man looks out his lowly cabin window at the big mansion on the hill where he knows she is not happy.

Kingwood Kowboy's Country Songs: Part 3

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 01:00:00

Return to Yesteryear with "Kingwood Kowboy's Country Songs", classic and vintage country, cowboy and western songs written by the Kingwood Kowboy, Larry W Jones. This is Part 3 of an ongoing series of individual shows.

Larry_w_jones1_small Larry W Jones, aka Kingwood Kowboy , has authored over 6,600 song lyrics. His "Real Country Lyrics" series, performed by various professioanl artists, showcase the roots of classic and vintage country, cowboy and western songs.

"Kingwood Kowboy's Country Songs: Part 3" is EVERGREEN and can be broadcast anytime.

Songs include: The Last Cowboy Waltz, The Prairie Wind, Driving Along The Wrong Back Road, Our Love's Just Another Honky Tonk Song, Golden Hawaiian Moonlight, Under Honolulu Moon, My Hiking Boots, Waltz of the Broken Hearted, I Cannot Repair Your Broken Heart, Up On A Mountain, Back Home On The Backroads Of My Mind, This Old Fool Ain't No Fool Anymore, High Wagon Road.

This program and narration written, arranged and produced by Rich Reardin, executive producer at
(Cr2)3 Media.

Kingwood Kowboy's Nashville Show

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 26:02

Kingwood Kowboy's Nashville Show is a series of thirty minute Country, Cowboy, Western songs written by Larry W Jones, the Kingwood Kowboy, and hosted by Nashville personality James Breedwell.

Larry_w_jones1_small Kingwood Kowboy's Nashville Show is a series of thirty minute Country, Cowboy, Western songs written by Larry W Jones, the Kingwood Kowboy, and hosted by Nashville personality James Breedwell. Various professional musicians record these songs from "Real Country Lyrics" written by the Kingwood Kowboy. Songs include

Lonesome Buckaroo (Lloyd Morris) 4:36, Eighty Miles From San Antone (Emo LeBlanc) 4:00, Forgotten Down That Lost Highway (Marc Blackwell) 2:51, Midnight Zephyr (Marc Blackwell) 2:39, Walking In Hank Williams Shoes (Steve Klingforth) 3:43, Lady Of Laredo (Mike Bryant) 3:25

Kingwood Kowboy's Country Songs: Part 1

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 01:00:00

Return to Yesteryear with "Kingwood Kowboy's Country Songs", classic and vintage country, cowboy and western songs written by the Kingwood Kowboy, Larry W Jones.

Larry_w_jones1_small

Larry W Jones, the Kingwood Kowboy, has authored over 6,600 song lyrics. His "Kingwood Kowboy Radio" series, performed by various artists, showcase the roots of classic and vintage country, cowboy and western songs. Part 1 contains six country and western songs.
"Kingwood Kowboy Radio" is EVERGREEN and can be broadcast anytime.

This program and narration written, arranged and produced by Rich Reardin.

Kingwood Kowboy's Country Songs: Part 2

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 01:00:00

Return to Yesteryear with "Kingwood Kowboy's Country Songs", classic and vintage country, cowboy and western songs written by the Kingwood Kowboy, Larry W Jones.

Larry_w_jones1_small Larry W Jones, aka Kingwood Kowboy, has authored over 6,600 song lyrics. His "Real Country Lyrics" series, performed by various professioanl artists, showcase the roots of classic and vintage country, cowboy and western songs.

"Kingwood Kowboy's Country Songs: Part 2" is EVERGREEN and can be broadcast anytime.

Songs include Boot Scoot Rag, Lady Of Laredo, Eighty Miles From San Antone , Bring Your Love Back Home, Forgotten Down That Lost Highway, Honk if your a Honky Tonk Driver, I hear Texas Calling Me
Learn Me how to Love You More, Touch Her, Lovely Mansion on the Hill, Yodeling Old Hobo, Midnight Zephyr, Rock Ola Lola.

Bios of Country artists in this program:

Emo LeBlanc (Nashville),Steve Klingforth (Nebraska), Mike Bryant (Nashville), Marc Blackwell (Chicago), Don Haddock (Costa Mesa, California),

Don Haddock
http://www.reverbnation.com/donhaddock
dhhaddock@yahoo.com

Marc Blackwell
http://www.marcblackwellmusic.com/site/
marcblack30@gmail.com

Mike Bryant
http://www.reverbnation.com/mikebryant
platnotes@comcast.net

Emo LeBlanc (Nashville)
(731)327-4EMO
www.emoleblanc.com
emo@emoleblanc.com

Steve Klingforth (Nebraska)
spkling@huntel.net
http://www.facebook.com/people/Steve-Klingforth/1212030776

Biographies of artists:

Don Haddock
Don Haddock has been playing and writing songs since he was 15 years old. Originally from San Diego, Ca., he grew up playing Rock and Roll in a 3 piece power group. He took a break from music to try and make a career a as a professional baseball player. By the age of 28 he knew he had gone as far as he could with baseball and got back into writing and playing music again. He joined a Bluegrass band as a rhythm guitar player and vocalist and performed throughout San Diego County for about 5 years. He later moved to Orange County for a job and to raise a family. It was here he started playing and writing Country Music and eventually started a band called "Free Reign". Free Reign played all the Honky Tonks and local bars in Southern California for about 8 years. The band was nominated for country band of the year, and Don Haddock was individually nominated for "songwriter of the year". The band played Top 40 Country Dance Music throughout the 90's.
Don Haddock recently released his first album entitled " Heartaches and Honky-Tonks" on Amazon.com, and can currently be heard on mymusicstream.com. On this first release, Don sings and plays all the instruments which he recorded in his home recording studio. "Heartaches and Honky Tonks" are stories told from his years on the road playing the music he loves. You will love it too. Don't miss an opportunity to pick up this first recording from a true original country story teller.

Marc Blackwell (ASCAP)
Singer/Songwriter/Producer
I write and produce songs for film, TV, advertisements, etc. spanning the genres of Alt Country, Rock, Orchestral, Meditation, Action and more.
Some of my songs have been featured on TV shows like
CBS - LET’S MAKE A DEAL
AMERICAN IDOL REWIND
TLC - MAKING OVER AMERICA WITH TRINNY & SUSAN, MY FIRST HOME, LEFT AT THE ALTER
MTV – PARENTAL CONTROL
DISCOVERY – I DIDN’T KNOW I WAS PREGNANT, SCIENCE OF THE MOVIES, TODDLERS AND TIARAS.
THE HISTORY CHANNEL – AMERICAN PICKERS
We tv – RAISING SEXTUPLETS
E! – DAILY 10
Animal Planet – LAST CHANCE HIGHWAY
I have many great collaborators from all around the world, from Denver to London to Singapore, we are always working on new songs.If you are in need of music for a personal project or if you’re a film maker, have a look at my “Production Music” and hopefully you’ll find something you need, if you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for, let me know and I’ll create a custom piece for you! If you’re interested in having one of your songs recorded, produced, mixed or mastered, swing by my “Demo Service“ for details and rates. –Marc

Mike Bryant
I was born July 25th, 1953 in Raleigh, North Carolina.I started writing poetry very early which later developed into songwriting. At the age of 6, I won my first talent show held at school. I started learning to play my first musical instrument at the age of 15.My dad, being a guitar player, taught me the basic chords and with a lot of practice I learned a song to play at the show. This was the turning point that was to shape my life forever. After performing Simon & Garfunkel's "Scarborough Fair" I won first place and received my first standing ovation. Needless to say from that moment on I was hooked. Shortly after that I became friends with someone with as much passion for music as I had. Within the next three years, I was to start my own country music show, appear on several local television shows and start a career in song writing. At the age of 18 I entered the Military and served a total of 6 years. During my years in the military, I formed bands and performed all over North Carolina, Washington State, and all over Europe.
Upon completion of my military service I moved back to the coastal area of North Carolina
for about 5 years. I formed several bands there and performed locally. In 1982 I moved to
Florida to perform professionally as part of a country music duo. In 1996 I moved to
Nashville, Tennessee to explore and learn the music industry. I recorded my first
album (Christmas In Wonderland) in July 1997.
Also in 1997, I formed my own record label and publishing company. In 1998 I released my
first album on my label (Platinum Notes Records).I have a country gospel television show
on WHIG-TV in Rocky Mount, NC that I'm very proud of. Today I reside in Nashville,
Tennessee following my dream.I continue to write my songs and to make albums.
My dream is to spread my music to all the people of the world in hopes of touching
someone's life with God's most precious gift---Music.


Steve Klingforth
Steve Klingforth is an accomplished musician, who has been playing music for over 35 years. He has traveled the United States with a road band and has also been on stage playing lead guitar for a veteran Nashville artist/impressionist, as well as being the lead musician in a stage band for another Nashville artist. Over the years Steve has developed his own style musically, and defined his talents. Steve is currently operating a home studio where he has produced several albumns for other local artists, and with his wife, PJ, they are writing and producing their own songs. Steve is the lone musician in the studio, where he plays all the instruments on all the recordings as well as lead vocals and harmonies. Steve is currently operating a Home Studio where he has produced several albums for other local artist, and with his wife, PJ, they are writing and producing their original songs. Steve is the lone musician in the studio, where he plays all the instruments on all the recordings as well as lead vocals and harmonies.

Billy Sea – San Diego, California. Multi talented singer, songwriter, musician. Very generous in creating music and providing country vocals for lyricists. I'm a retired Navy guy and after years of songwriting decided this is the year I do something about it. I'm not saying I'll be rich and famous but I am saying that I'll put my songs out there.

This program and narration written, arranged and produced by Rich Reardin, executive producer at
(Cr2)3 Media.

Last Cowboy Waltz - Rod Johnson

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Country Songs series | 03:51

It's his last cowboy waltz before she marries another cowboy next Sunday. Music & Vocals by Rod Johnson. Lyrics by Larry W Jones, Kingwood Kowboy.

Larry_w_jones1_small It's his last cowboy waltz before she marries another cowboy next Sunday. Music & Vocals by Rod Johnson. Lyrics by Larry W Jones, Kingwood Kowboy.

Yesterday I Remembered You Again - Don Haddock

From Larry W Jones - Kingwood Kowboy | Part of the Kingwood Kowboy Kountry Korral series | 03:48

"Yesterday I Remembered You Again" was written by Larry W Jones on May 9, 2014 as song #6901. Music and vocals by Don Haddock.

Don_haddock_small "Yesterday I Remembered You Again" was written by Larry W Jones on May 9, 2014 as song #6901. Music and vocals by Don Haddock.