Rodeo Life - Chris LeDoux - Songs Of Rodeo Life (Cassette, Album)

LeDoux wrote and sang detail-rich songs about the grueling rodeo circuit with a restless spirit and his own hard-won experience. LeDoux died in at age 56 after a battle with cancer, leaving behind a legacy that continues to cast a shadow in country music.

Sissel recalls one colorful writing session in particular. You know what that sounds like? And I loved it. In Wyoming he became a state champion; in he went pro; in he became World Bareback Riding Champion. And through much of this time, and well after his retirement from riding, he recorded, performed and wrote rodeo songs. The first four of the 12 LeDoux albums reissued by Rodeo Life - Chris LeDoux - Songs Of Rodeo Life (Cassette Nashville in six two-disc sets possess an almost obsessive devotion to rodeo life as the ultimate subject of song.

Listening is another experience: complete immersion in the worldview of a rodeo cowboy. Rodeo is sung about every which way. He loves it, he lives for it; it sets him free and holds him back. This, of course, is a larger cultural story, not just the story of one man.

Ideas Album) from singer to singer, listener to listener. Whether singing the songs of classic Country songwriters as he mostly did or his own originals as he sometimes didhe clearly was conjuring up something greater than his own life.

Horsepower in was his last studio album before his death in Nine official compilation albums have been released between and LeDoux has released a total of 33 singles, most of them from his major label albums.

While most of his singles failed to chart or missed the top 40, his most famous song is the duet with Garth Brooks"Whatcha Gonna Do with a Cowboy" which charted at 7 on Billboard ' s Hot Country Songs chart. The follow-up single, "Cadillac Ranch" reached From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Redirected from Rodeo And Living Free. Chris LeDoux discography Album) albums 28 Live albums 1 Compilation albums 13 Music videos 7 Singles 33 Collaborations 2 Chris LeDoux was a rodeo cowboy who sang and recorded songs in his Album) time and sold his albums from the back of his truck.

His grandfather encouraged LeDoux to ride horses on his Wyoming farm. This was before he became a singer and a world champion rodeo star. When Chris was 14 years of age, he started playing the guitar and writing his own songs.

His songs usually Album) his love for rodeo. When his family moved to Wyoming, LeDoux began to actively pursue a rodeo career. He made his first Nashville recordings after his parents moved from Tennessee, and over the next few years recorded fifteen albums in Nashville for his own American Cowboy label.

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