Mountain Saddle Band - Ballad of Kitty Jo

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'The Ballad of Kitty Jo' is an anthology of eleven poems by Steve Taylor, spaced between ten cowboy songs including two originals by Harrington and two by Taylor. The songs were chosen to depict the cowboy life of the times and compliment the imagery of the poetry. The ballad is named for Kitty Joe Creek near Sunflower, Arizona, on the Bee Line Highway. Little is known about the origin of the name of the creek but, with some knowledge of the history and geography of the area and a vivid imagination, Taylor developed the story of the young lady, her cowboy and their life 'neath 'The Rim'.

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1) Kitty Jo of the Mogollon/ Cattle Call
2) A Dollar a Day
3) Ridin' Easy with the Sun
4) Broker 'N the 10 Commandments
5) High Lonesome Cowboy
6) A Cowboy's Dream
7) Goin' Back Home for Christmas
8) Boy Howdy Kitty Jo!
9) Where I Want to Be
10) A Little Piece of Heaven
11) Home on the Range
12) Spring Surprise
13) Mendin' Fences
14) Christmas 'Neath the Mogollon
15) Ridin' Down the Canyon
16) Yellow Flower Season
17) When the Work's All Done This Fall
18) Farewell Kitty Jo
19) The Last Cattle Drive
20) Kitty Jo Creek

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