by The Vocal Chords (feat. The Cud Chewing Cows)
Our first album, "Butter Love", features 13 songs from the 1960's and 1970's.
This second album, "Cocoa Love", features 13 more songs from the 1960's and 1970's.
The Vocal Chords (featuring *The Cud Chewing Cows) are emulating some of the artists we love from the 20th Century and closely re-creating their sound.
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CD's available at CreateSpace and Amazon.
Apache - Composed by Jerry Lordan (Inspired by The Shadows version)
Some Other Guy - Composed by Jerry Lieber, Mike Stoller and Richie Barrett (Inspired by The Beatles version)
Blowin' In The Wind - Composed by Bob Dylan (Inspired by the Peter, Paul and Mary version)
Folsom Prison Blues - Composed by Johnny Cash (Inspired by the Johnny Cash version)
Riders On The Storm - Composed by The Doors (Inspired by The Doors version)
Where Have All The Flowers Gone - Composed by Pete Seeger and Joe Hickerson (Inspired by the Kingston Trio version)
Save The Last Dance For Me - Composed by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman (Inspired by The Drifters version)
All I Have To Do Is Dream - Composed by Felice and Boudreaux Bryant (Inspired by the Everly Brothers version)
Folsom Prison Blues (with Harmonies) - Composed by Johnny Cash (Inspired by the Johnny Cash version)
Secret Agent Man - Composed by PF Sloan and Steve Barri (Inspired by the Johnny Rivers version)
Everyday - Composed by Buddy Holly (Inspired by the Buddy Holly version)
I'll Have To Say I Love You In A Song - Composed by Jim Croce (Inspired by the Jim Croce version)
Peaceful Easy Feeling - Composed by Jack Tempchin (Inspired by the Eagles version)
*The Cud Chewing Cows are featured on all of these recordings.
Please Visit Them at www.CudChewingCows.com