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Gulf Coast Cowboy Hour February 15th Playlist

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Relax! It's time for another Gulf Coast Cowboy Hour!

This week's playlist is:

  1. Jamaica Me Smile / Hanna's Reef
  2. N'awlins Night / Davin James
  3. What I Like About Texas / Jerry Jeff Walker and Gary P. Nunn
  4. Tin Cup Chalice / Jimmy Buffett
  5. Beachcombin' / KD Moore & Greg "Fingers" Taylor
  6. Feats Don't Fail Me Now / Little Feat
  7. Texas On a Saturday Night / Willie Nelson
  8. Toes / Zac Brown Band
  9. Margarita Smile / Brent Burns
  10. Gulf Coast Cowboy / Frank Foster
  11. The South Coast of Texas / Guy Clark
  12. Livin' On Key West Time / Howard Livingston
  13. Where the Gulf Meets the Ocean / John Frinzi

Hanna's Reef, one of our favorite bands, released "Jamaica Me Smile" on their second album, Deja View.

Singer-songwriter Davin James came to Texas from Louisiana as a teenager and has been here ever since.

As one of the best songs ever written about Texas, "What I Like About Texas" will always have a place on the Gulf Coast Cowboy Hour.

From the 1974 A1A album, this indispensable Buffett tune is a straight-up classic.

When two of the biggest names in Trop Rock get together, you know the result is going to be great.  KD Moore and Greg "Fingers" Taylor did exactly that with "Beachcombin'".

Another great Little Feat song, "Feats Don't Fail Me Now" is the title track of their 1974 album.

An iconic Texas song from an iconic Texas artist, "Texas on a Saturday Night" can be played any night of the week - including Wednesdays!

The Zac Brown Band brought us this great song on their 2008 Foundation album.  The song was one of their many #1 hits.

"Margarita Smile" is one of our most requested songs from one of our most requested artists, Brent Burns.

We're going to let our listeners draw their own conclusions on why we decided to play this Frank Foster tune.

We're also going to do the same with this Guy Clark song!

Howard Livingston is another artist who we're happy to play as often as he's requested here on Gulf Coast Cowboy Hour.  "Livin' on Key West Time" is how we want to be all the time!

"Where the Gulf Meets the Ocean" is from Florida based singer-songwriter John Frinzi's 2003 album, Into the Dawn.