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Lost Herd

Ian Tyson

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Ian Tyson's Lost Herd paints nine musical portraits of life in the West. Recorded in Toronto, Calgary and Nashville with those cities' finest musicians, the album captures the loneliness of the plains, long days of summer, and dreams of the Canadian landscape. Songs like "La Primera" and "Brahmas & Mustangs" represent true cowboy culture, while Tyson's cover of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" adds a rustic dreaminess to the classic tune. Lost Herd is a welcome blend of cowboy traditions from yesterday and today.

Biography

Born: 25 September 1933 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canad

Genre: Country

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Half of the early-'60s folk group Ian & Sylvia, Ian Tyson retreated from performing and recording after the duo disbanded in the mid-'70s to become a rancher in the foothills of southern Alberta, Canada. He quietly returned to music-making in the 1980s, releasing a series of albums that focused on detailed songs about the concerns of the working cowboy. Tyson was born in Victoria, British Columbia. As a child he was involved in rodeo, not music — he didn't learn to play the guitar until...
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