The Cimarron Songbird’s new originals

Monica Taylor – The Cimarron Songbird

 

a $100 value

Trains, Rivers, and Trails: the Barnhouse Sessions

This long-awaited recording includes eight of her new originals, four cover songs that are highly requested at her shows, a tender duet covering a Jimmy Lafave song with her husband and producer of this album- Travis Fite.  There is also a beautiful song written by Travis and his daughter, Olivia, that they performed as a trio!

Travis Fite, Soultree Studios, co-producer and engineer. Monica Taylor, Cimarron Songbird Productions, co-producer, song writer & warbler

SONG LISTING
Rescues      Written by Monica
Just Came in To Say Goodbye     Monica & Patrick Williams
When You Let Your Love Light Shine   Monica & Bob Childers
Salty Tears     Monica
The Ocoee Love Song   Monica
The Sound of a Train    Monica
The Land    Olivia Fite & Travis Fite
Train Take Me Away     Monica
The River Road    Jimmy Lafave
Peaceful Evermore     Monica

And these favorites…
The Ballad of Easy Rider      Written by The Byrds
Minor Key      by Woody Guthrie & Wilco and Billy Braggs
Gentle on My Mind      by John Hartford
Down in Louisiana by Frenchie Burke, additional lyrics by Monica

This collection of songs will come in these forms:

1.     CD -$20   Include the 14 songs listed above

Warbles by a Cimarron Songbird

2.     Vinyl album- $25
Includes 10 of the songs listed above  *Plus ….Walkin’, a never released gospel song written by The Farm Couple (Monica and the late Patrick Williams,) and Crystal, a song written by Tom Skinner that Monica and John Fullbright sing together.

 

3.    Cimarron Songbird & Roots of Red Dirt songbook -$40
Monica’s lyrics and chords to each song on her new project, plus 20 additional songs that Monica has written or co-written, and, 25 Red Dirt Songs from her 2021 release of Ramble Down a Red Dirt Road, volume 1.  *Note: purchasing the songbook allows you a downloadable version, too.
4.     Downloadable version includes all 16 songs – $15
TO BE RELEASED IN  April, 2021