- Performer:Cooder Graw
- Style:Contemporary Country,Honky Tonk
- Date of release:January 16, 2001
- Recording date:October 26, 2000
- Recording location:AMP Recording, Amarillo, TX
- Size FLAC version1483 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1550 megabytes
- Size WMA version1913 megabytes
- Formats:DMF MP1 AAC AUD WMA AA
Label Three-to-One Records. Writers Matt Martindale. More Cooder Graw albums. Love to Live By. Wake Up. Show all albums by Cooder Graw.
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Segundo is a live album by self-described "loud country" band Cooder Graw. It was released in 2001 on Three-to-One Records. The album consists primarily of a live recording of a concert at Amarillo's Golden Light Cantina. This Hurt" (Cooder Graw) – 3:55. Salty Boogie" (Boudleaux, Felice) – 2:56. Willie's Guitar" (Cooder Graw) – 2:46. 18 Wheels of Lovin'" (Cooder Graw) – 2:47. Shotgun Wedding" (Cooder Graw) – 4:09. My Give a Damn Is Broken" (Cooder Graw) – 3:48.
This album has an average beat per minute of 147 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 102/188 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 118BPM, ends at 168BPM (+50), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
This Hurt" (Cooder Graw) – 3:55. End of the Road" (Cooder Graw) – 2:57. She Loves to Much" (Cooder Graw) – 4:27. Dirty Little Hometown Girl" (Cooder Graw) – 3:08. Motel Lights" (Cooder Graw) – 3:52.
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Cooder Graw is a self-described "loud country" (country music, alternative country) band from Amarillo and Lubbock, Texas. The group formed in 1998 and is perhaps most well known for the song "Llano Estacado" that was featured on a series of Dodge commercials. The band was originally called "Coup de Grâce," but another band was already using that name, so the name was changed to a "Texas-version" of the original name. It is also the title of their second album. The group formed in 1998. It is perhaps most well known for the song "Llano Estacado" that was featured on a series of Dodge commercials. Cooder Graw is somewhat of an anomaly in the music industry, in that its members' ages at its inception ranged from late-30s to early-50s.
CreditsJoe Ammons - Drums, Vocals
Cooder Graw - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Alan Crossland - Mastering
Merle Haggard - Composer
Drew Holder - Engineer
Chris Reed - Executive Producer
Kelly Turner - Photography
|1||This Hurt Cooder Graw||Cooder Graw||3:55|
|2||Salty Boogie||Cooder Graw||2:56|
|3||Willie's Guitar Cooder Graw||Cooder Graw||2:46|
|4||18 Wheels of Lovin' Cooder Graw||Cooder Graw||2:47|
|5||Shotgun Wedding Cooder Graw||Cooder Graw||4:09|
|6||My Give a Damn Is Broken Cooder Graw||Cooder Graw||3:48|
|7||End of the Road Cooder Graw||Cooder Graw||2:57|
|8||She Loves to Much Cooder Graw||Cooder Graw||4:27|
|9||Dirty Little Hometown Girl Cooder Graw||Cooder Graw||3:08|
|10||Motel Lights Cooder Graw||Cooder Graw||3:52|
|11||Honky Tonk Night Time Man Merle Haggard||Cooder Graw||3:49|
|12||Boogaloo Cooder Graw||Cooder Graw||3:43|
|13||Llano Estacado Cooder Graw||Cooder Graw||2:52|