Mike Beck has spent much of his life on a horse, working on ranches and teaching people about these majestic symbols of the American West. He’s buycialisonline-treated also a lauded songwriter, one who eloquently conveys the beauty, grandeur
and loneliness of life on the range — a life that how to get viagra without a prescription makes the bond between horse and human even more special. He celebrates that bond on his latest album, TRIBUTE, releasing today. Beck frequently has helped others forge that bond, too — lately via a groundbreaking co-rehabilitation program pairing combat veterans with abused or neglected horses. He is donating all proceeds from TRIBUTE sales to the
Joyful Horse Project, the Austin nonprofit with which he developed the program. Recorded in Austin, TRIBUTE’s 11 tracks are steeped in cowboy-themed Americana, from the folk balladry of “20 Bucks a Gallon” to bluesier tunes and honky-tonkers. Beck plugged in his Fender B-bender guitar for “Don’t Hurt My Heart” and “Amanda Come Home” — the latter one of two tracks paying homage to veterans. The other is a cover of Wilbert Harrison’s “Let’s Work Together,” made famous by Canned Heat and Bryan Ferry. It’s a song that perfectly fits the concept behind the rehab program. On his rambles.net blog, author and songwriter Jerome Clark praises, “Beck is a solid, no-nonsense, meat-and-potatoes kind of songwriter, employing language and arrangements from country and folk in homespun new price viagra fashion. … The music is good, and so is the cause.” Renowned country singer-recording artist Chris Wall adds, “I’m proud to call myself both a friend of Mike Beck’s and a huge fan. Mike writes with incredible passion and knowledge … beautiful, truthful songs performed with the soul and virtuosity that we have come cialis viagra levitra comparacion to expect from a truly gifted artist.” In 2009, Western Horseman magazine placed two of Beck’s best pharmacy price for cialis compositions on a list titled “The 13 Best Cowboy Songs of All Time,” ranking him among heroes such as Ian Tyson, Lucinda Williams, Tom Russell and Gene Autry, the original singing cowboy. On TRIBUTE, Beck covers Tyson’s ode to America’s wild mustangs. When he’s not conducting horsemanship workshops or wrangling cattle in big-sky country, California native Back also performs with his band, the Bohemian Saints. On Oct. 18, Beck will perform a solo viagra use in females benefit concert at a dinner fundraiser for the Joyful Horse Project, followed by a two-day horsemanship clinic Oct. 19 and 20, both at Travaasa Austin. For fundraiser tickets: travaasa.ticketbud.com/mike-beck-concert-and-dinner
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