8 thoughts on “ Buffalo Return To The Plains - Jimmy LaFave - Buffalo Return To The Plains (CD, Album)

  • His tight band keeps the sound moving behind him. He deftly varies the rhythms and song styles so that the album never lets you fall into that “Highway Trance” which he sings of. His lyrics are sharp on the variety of subjects he addresses. Maybe a notch below Austin Skyline, but its a small step down, and a big step forward.”.
  • West of the West is an album by American artist Dave Alvin, released in The album pays tribute to California songwriters. Cimarron Manifesto is a album by red dirt singer-songwriter Jimmy LaFave. It is his second release for Red House Records. Buffalo Return to the Plains. Jimmy LaFave. $ Highway Trance. Jimmy LaFave.5/5(1).
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  • Jimmy LaFave (born 12 July in Wills Point, Texas, a small town 30 miles east of Dallas; died May 21, ) was an American singer-songwriter. He is best remembered for crafting a musical style called Red Dirt music, which he did after moving to Stillwater, Oklahoma, something which cemented him as a disciple of the state's most famous folk.
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  • Listen free to Jimmy LaFave – Buffalo Return to the Plains (Burden to Bear, Last Train and more). 14 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the .
  • This is the third of singer/songwriter Jimmy LaFave’s albums, and each one reveals new dimensions. The songs are socially conscious and idealistic without being the least bit melancholy. His voice has that rasp that comes from living near the edge, and is one of his best assets.

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