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Chris Darrow
Coyote / Straight from
the Heart


catalog-no. tx 2028
rock - 1997

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cd 1 - COYOTE

  • Prelude: A Distant Call (Darrow/York) 4:31
  • Lone Yucca (Darrow/York/Beardsley) 5:08
  • The Snake Sheds Its Skin (Darrow/York/Beardsley) 4:22
  • Obsidian Trail (Darrow/Waller) 4:27
  • Spirit of the Sage (Darrow) 2:57
  • Chaparral Sunset (Darrow) 5:15
  • Serrano Breeze (Darrow) 5:34
  • Iron Horse (The Last Brave) (Darrow/Reckards) 5:38

    cd 2 - STRAIGHT TO THE HEART

  • Straight from the Heart (Darrow/Cunningham) 3:50
  • You're Inside of Me (Darrow) 2:22
  • Hungry and Wild (Darrow/McPhetridge 3:34
  • Any Old Port in the Storm (Darrow/Mardon) 3:43
  • Straight from the Heart (Darrow) 4:25
  • Someone's been Foolin' with My Baby (Darrow) 4:19
  • Easy Street (Darrow/McPhetridge/Mardon) 4:59
  • Can't Outplay the Blues (Darrow) 2:13
  • Eye of the Storm (Darrow/Buda/Mardon) 4:19
  • Nothin' Left to Say (Darrow) 4:08
  • Bye Bye Baby (Ed Wells) 2:31
  • Living in a Prayer (Darrow) 4:04
  • Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk (Darrow) 2:52
  • Lookin' For Daddy (Darrow/McPhetridge) 4:19
  • Push and Pull (Darrow/McPhetridge) 3:48
  • Neon Sin (Darrow) 3:56
  • Hard on the Trail (Darrow) 2:55
  • Straight Down the Line (Darrow/McPhetridge) 3:44
  • Beautiful Trail (Darrow/McPhetridge) 4:33
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    Coyote / Straight to the Heart

    Chris Darrow's return as a recording artist in his own right. A remarkable double-album and testimony to Chris' immense musical skills and artistic vision. Two intimate concept albums paint a mythic picture of California's Inland Empire region (in the purely instrumental “Coyote“ suite) and present a very personal emotional landscape of a period marked by intense personal change (“Straight From The Heart“). Recorded at Chris' Claremont home studio with a small circle of friends and allies, this exclusive TAXIM release features spectacular artwork and comes in a double fold-out digipak.

    “...they (the songs) lean upon nowadays radio hectic, show what it means to play music, if there is no electronic involved. And that simply feels good.“
    SPIEGEL ONLINE

    See also: Chris Darrow

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