Something To Please Us. 3:03. 10. Message In The Wind (When I'm Listening). Boyer & Talton (LP, Album). Cowboy (6). Boyer & Talton (LP, RE). Capricorn Records.
Something to please us. 09. Long ride. with Scott Boyer: vocals, guitar; Duane Allman: Dobro; George Clark: bass; Tommy Talton & Pete Kowalke: background vocals. Capricorn SD 864 (LP). Presumably, Cowboy's first LP did sufficiently well for them to get another shot. This very pretty song came from their second album, '5'll Get You Te. Charles Boyer said he wrote it before the group got together. Cowboy's second album did no better than the first, but Please Be With Me got a mighty payday when Eric Clapton included it on his mega-selling '461 Ocean Boulevard' LP. An alternate version of Cowboy's recording appeared on the almost comparably huge 'Duane Allman Anthology' double LP. Various - Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels Vo. 4, The Blissed-Out Birth Of Country Rock 1971 (2-CD).
Cowboy/Boyer & Talton.
Boyer & Talton and Cowboy by Doug Collette, published on June 23, 2018 at All About Jazz.
Cowboy was an American country rock and southern rock band formed in Jacksonville, Florida, in 1969. The group's main members consisted of songwriters Tommy Talton and Scott Boyer, alongside a rotating group of musicians. They released four albums on the Capricorn Records label in the 1970s: Reach for the Sky (1970), 5'll Getcha Ten (1971), Boyer and Talton (1974), and Cowboy (1977). The song "Please be With Me"–perhaps their best-known song–featured a performance from Duane Allman. ong Ride. 1. essage in the Wind (When I'm Listening). After touring in support of Gregg Allman, only Scott Boyer and Tommy Talton remained of the original band. The release of Boyer & Talton, still using the Cowboy moniker, proves justified, as this record is a natural progression from 5'll Getcha Ten. Utilizing a crack support band made up of musicians in the Capricorn corral, Boyer & Talton deliver the goods and then some
Tell us if something is incorrect. We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. Led by Scott Boyer and Tommy Talton they were known from playing on Gregg Allman's classic 'Laid Back' and the follow-up tour to creating masterpieces like 'Please Be With Me,' 'Time Will Take Us, 'and 'All My Friends. They simply defined the laid-back, country soul of that time and place. Cowboy influenced everyone from Eric Clapton and Bonnie Bramlett to the Marshall Tucker Band, and the Southern Rock movement wouldn't have been the same without them.
Cowboy - Boyer & Talton (Vinyl) RockRock. Release source: CD. Year: 1975. 07. Something To Please Us.
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