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Glen Ohrlin

Glenn Ohrlin is a veteran from the cattle industry and spent some time working the rodeo circuit, both while as an acquisitive performer — enough in order that he eventually put his understanding of Western folk tracks into a publication, The Hell Bound Teach, for the College or university of Illinois Press. His particular method of performance of Traditional western music depends on simpleness — tone of voice and acoustic guitar, with the excess of the fiddler on some music and, occasionally, another guitarist. This process can be noticed on his Rounder arranged, A Cowboy’s Existence, which include, amongst a number of cowboy tracks, a edition of “Barnacle Costs the Sailor” and a unhappy edition of “My Bonny Dark Bess.” Ohrlin includes a tough and ready audio to his shows that’s quite charming.

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