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PlayLovesick Cowboy

by Louis Leeman

Folk ballad with vocal, guitar, Flute and bass
Uploaded: April 10, 2008
Duration: 3m 11s

Comments for Lovesick Cowboy

Portrait of Dail

Portrait of Darowyn
On second hearing, I've decided that the 3/4 switch is exactly the right choice. The intertextual references to Pastures of Plenty and Home on the Range are the perfect justification
The hat is off, Mr Leeman!

Portrait of Descending New Angels
Doing what we don't expect is a challenge and a risk, but that is precisely what the artist is supposed to do! Keep on doing new things, helping us evolve and bringing us to new places.

Portrait of Billy Simons
I know I've commented before, but this is one of the best songs I've come across while I've been judging. Very powerful lyrically, and vocally. Nicely done. I'm shocked it isn't higher on these charts! If you ever want to collaborate, let me know. You can check out my lyrics at
I'm a lyricist only, though I've got several previous collaborations posted on this site, one of which is entered in this competition.

Good luck to you


Portrait of Billy Simons
nicely done. Great sound and interesting lyrics. It really kept my interest. Much more than the 15 second minimum!

Portrait of Darowyn
I love this style and sound, and I listen to a lot of songs like this, so I was starting to feel frustrated with the first two verses because I was waiting for the rhythm section to kick in- waiting a bit too long actually
Then when it did kick in, instead of the Bluegrass/Western feel I was expecting, it was in 3/4 time, and there was a flute on it
On a second listen, I do like the idea, the lyrics and the tune- when we finally get to it.
Good band, good song- I just can't decide whether I would prefer a more conventionally related intro, or whether to raise my hat to Louis Leeman for being original.

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