Among Southern rock’s best-kept secrets during it is golden age group in the 1970s, Cowboy were formed by songwriters Tommy Talton and Scott Boyer in Jacksonville, Florida in 1969. Playing some sort of acoustic country-rock much like contemporaries Pure Prairie Little league, Cowboy had their very own twist around the formula, because of Talton and Boyer’s razor-sharp, focused songwriting along with a distinguishable Muscle mass Shoals flair. After hearing the music group, Duane Allman exceeded the term along to Phil Walden at Macon, Georgia’s Capricorn Information, who provided the group a documenting agreement. The band’s regular membership was pretty liquid during this time period, apart from Talton and Boyer, both of whom became de facto users from the Capricorn home band, using the Allman Brothers, Gregg Allman, Alex Taylor, and Bonnie Bramlett, amongst others. In every, four albums had been released beneath the Cowboy name on Capricorn Information, 1970’s Grab the Sky and 1971’s 5’ll Getcha Ten (mixed in to the two-disc compilation Why Quit IF YOU ARE Dropping in 1973), 1974’s Boyer & Talton, and 1977’s Cowboy. Also, the 1976 recording Happy to Become Alive, related to the trio of Tommy Talton, Expenses Stewart, and Johnny Sandlin, may be regarded as a Cowboy recording in every but name. Which was it, though, until 30 years later on when Talton and Boyer place Cowboy back collectively in 2007, saving songs at Sandlin’s Duck Tape Studio room in Decatur, Alabama, but non-e of those songs has however been released.