Nettleton, Charla Mae: Way Cool West

Nettleton, Charla Mae SKU: 25189506
Charla Nettleton Mae: Way Cool West

Nettleton, Charla Mae: Way Cool West

Nettleton, Charla Mae SKU: 25189506

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Title: Way Cool West
Artist: Nettleton, Charla Mae
Label: CD Baby
UPC: 885767867369
Genre: Folk

Well, it all started when I told my Mom I didn't want to keep playing the piano, but I sure did want a guitar. Self-taught, I have wandered through life with my guitar to the ripe old age my mother would have been, when she was disappointed by my pronouncement. Then Deb Roberts and I learned to harmonize our voices to Emmy Lou songs in the back seat of a car while hitchhiking in our early 20's. I have always had wonderful people to inspire me, to learn from and to harmonize with. Fast forward to 1990 when my husband was killed in a plane crash and I immersed myself in the Tex-Mex border music of New Mexico with folk artist Johnny Florez. I was singing Las Mananitas for birthdays and Mother's Day, crooning out Paloma Negra, Reloj, and Sabor a Mi. Did anyone want to hear the old songs I knew from playing in bluegrass/country bands? Sure they did. My Patsy Cline songs were a huge hit, so I mixed and matched my repertoire. Then to Southwest Colorado which swallowed me up and supported me. And did I mention that horses have to be part of all this, too? I think I would have been a singing cowboy, riding across the desert with guitar in hand, if I thought I could pull it off.

1.1 Callin' Me Home
1.2 Not a City Girl
1.3 Party Line
1.4 Buffalo Woman Ranch
1.5 Tyler
1.6 Below Ute Mountain
1.7 Buddha Caballo
1.8 Freedom Call
1.9 Rockin' Chair Darlin'
1.10 Coal Plant
1.11 Sunflowerville
1.12 Let Me Sing
1.13 Way Cool West
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