Bring Em Home CD by Sandy Reay and Friends
"earsie" cover photo by Terry Nash     

Bring 'Em Home

Sandy Reay & Friends

   
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HErART DESIGNS

Song Descriptions

  1 Bring 'Em Home   7 Diamonds And Gold
  2 Melinda Rose   8 Down At Joe's
  3 Ride For The Win   9 Another Horse to Saddle
  4 Black Day 10 Wish You Were Here
  5 Glue-lot Cowboy 11 Two Below The Hocks
  6 Spitting Seeds 12 Stitches

 

Bring 'Em Home

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©2020 Terry Nash, Sandra L. Reay, Dave Schaper
Colorado Sandstorm Music BMI

Bring 'Em Home photo by Terry Nash
photo by Terry Nash

Cowboy, Western, Folk, Acoustic, Americana, Bluegrass

A real cowboy song for folks who didn't get to be cowboys. Award-winning cowboy poet and rancher, Terry Nash, helped with the lyrics. Dave Schapter, gave it his Texas cowboy spin. Award-winning instrumentalist, Ernie Martinez, added the fancy instrumentals.

Dave Schaper: lead vocal, acoustic guitar
Ernie Martinez: harmony vocal, mandolin, resophonic guitar
Sandy Reay: harmony vocal, acoustic bass guitar
Spencer Pyne: harmony vocal

 

Melinda Rose

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©2020 Sandra L. Reay, John Nelson
Colorado Sandstorm Music BMI & Absolute Zero Publishing, BMI

Melinda Rose

Cowboy, Western, Folk, Acoustic, American, Love Song, Ghost Story

Ranches can be very lonely places. John Nelson transformed plain lyrics into a love song. Tom Munch turned out to be the perfect “Charlie” for this duet.

Sandy Reay: lead vocal
Tom Munch: lead vocal
Ernie Martinez: acoustic guitar
Gordon Burt: violin, viola
Spencer Pyne: electric bass

 

Ride For The Win

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©2020 Sandra L. Reay, John Nelson
Colorado Sandstorm Music BMI & Absolute Zero Publishing, BMI

Ride for the Win Bill Patterson Patterson Photography
Bill Patterson, Patterson Photography

Cowboy, Western, Country, Honky-Tonk, Americana, Bull Riding

When a young bull-rider heard the first line of the lyrics, he said, “You aren't a bull rider, but you really get it.”

Another cowrite with John plus some bull-riding terminology from Jerry Cunningham, who refused to be called a cowriter. Award-winning instrumentalist and string-wizard Ernie Martinez asked if he could bring "Ernie's Army."

Ernie Martinez: lead vocal, acoustic and electric guitars, electric bass, drums, keyboard, pedal steel
Sandy Reay: harmony

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Black Day

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©2020 Sandra L. Reay,
Colorado Sandstorm Music BMI

Black Day

Spoken Word, Irish Poem, Celtic Chorus, Acoustic, Folk, Americana

An Irish poem that began as a chorus for a song. It starts with "Mickey Dougherty blew up a car, a bridge, and part of his leg."

Sandy Reay: narration, vocals
Steve Jones: lead vocal
Ernie Martinez: baritone ukulele, vocals
David Sondrup: percussion

 

Glue-lot Cowboy

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©2020 Tom Munch, Sandra L. Reay
Colorado Sandstorm Music BMI

Glue_lot Cowboy Chuck Pyle Bill Patterson
Bill Patterson, Patterson Photography

Cowboy, Western, Acoustic, Folk, Country, Americana

A true story about Chuck Pyle. Tom Munch agreed to write the music and perform it, much as Chuck would have done. Many thanks to Gordon Burt, Chuck's fiddle player, for playing on this song.

Tom Munch: vocal, acoustic guitar
Gordon Burt: fiddle
Spencer Pyne: electric bass

 

Spitting Seeds

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©2020 Sandra L. Reay
Colorado Sandstorm Music BMI


Spitting Seeds Bill Patterson
Bill Patterson, Patterson Photography

Cowboy Poetry, Western, Spoken Word

A memory of a Fourth of July fireworks show, sitting on the roof, eating watermelon.

Sandy Reay: narration
Ernie Martinez: mandolin, resophonic guitar

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Diamonds And Gold

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©2020 by Floyd Beard, Tom Munch, Sandra L. Reay, Dave Schaper
Colorado Sandstorm Music BMI

Diamonds and Gold

Cowboy, Western, Folk, Country, Americana, An Adventure/Quest Story

Award-winning cowboy poet and rancher Floyd Beard provided the idea for the song. Dave Schaper and Tom Munch helped shape this version.

Tom Munch: lead vocal
Stacy McClure: harmony vocal
B.J. Suter: harmony vocal
Spencer Pyne: acoustic guitars, electric bass
Ed Skibbe: piano
Ernie Martinez: pedal steel
Rod Welles: electric guitars
David Sondrup: percussion
Luke Halpin: fiddle

 

Down At Joe's

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©2020 Sandra L. Reay, John Nelson
Colorado Sandstorm Music BMI & Absolute Zero Publishing BMI

Down at Joes

Country, Honky-Tonk, Americana, Love Song

An up-tempo song about a shy waitress with a hazy past and a former bull-rider turned tow-truck driver.

Steve Jones: lead vocal
Spencer Pyne: harmony vocal, electric bass
Sandy Reay: harmony vocal
Donald Young: piano
Brian McClure: drums

 

Another Horse To Saddle

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©2020 Sandra L. Reay
Colorado Sandstorm Music BMI


Another Horse to Saddle Lynn Kopelke
Lynn Kopelke Open Crown Productions

Cowboy Poetry, Western, Spoken Word

It started out as a last-regrets song and wound up as a no-regrets poem.

Sandy Reay: narration
Ernie Martinez: mandolin, resophonic guitar

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Wish You Were Here

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©2020 Al "Doc" Mehl, Sandra L. Reay
Colorado Sandstorm Music BMI

Wish You Were Here

Humor, Country, Honky-Tonk, Americana

What cures the blues? Writing a song about having the blues. Award-winning cowboy poet Doc Mehl took the humor up a notch and added the music. When he asked for a hot electric guitar part, Rod Welles blew him away.

Doc Mehl: lead vocal, acoustic guitar
Sandy Reay: harmony
Stacy McClure: harmony
Rod Welles: electric guitars
Spencer Pyne: electric bass
Ernie Martinez: pedal steel
David Sondrup: percussion

 

Two Below The Hocks

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©2020 Terry Nash, Ernie Martinez, Sandra L. Reay,
Colorado Sandstorm Music BMI & Ash Street Music ASCAP

Two Below the Hocks Valerie Beard
Valerie Beard, Short Grass Studios

Cowboy, Western, Acoustic, Folk, Americana, Bluegrass, Old-Time, Branding Calves

Award-winning cowboy poet and rancher Terry Nash asked if his poem would make a song with a one-line refrain. Award-winning instrumentalist Ernie Martinez helped make that happen. Fiddle-player extraordinaire Luke Halpin gave it energy.

Sandy Reay: vocals
Ernie Martinez: banjo, electric bass
Luke Halpin: acoustic guitar, fiddle

 

Stitches

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©2020 Sandra L. Reay
Colorado Sandstorm Music BMI


Stitches

Cowboy Poetry, Western, Spoken Word

A tribute to all Gold Star Mothers.

Sandy Reay: narration
Spencer Pyne: electric bass

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