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Doc West - Saddlin' Up (2014)

2-12-2014, 22:12
Music | Country

Doc West - Saddlin' Up (2014)

Artist: Doc West
Title Of Album: Saddlin' Up
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Country
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 37:04
Total Size: 86 Mb

1. Dancehall Dream (3:51)
2. Gone Before She Was Mine (3:51)
3. It's All On You (3:37)
4. Love Like A Hurricane (3:33)
5. You're The Reason (3:55)
6. Forever Didn't Last Too Long (3:41)
7. Let Her Ride (3:37)
8. If She Wanted To (3:42)
9. That Girl's A Cowboy (3:47)
10. Whole Lotta Bull (3:27)

“Passionate about my music – it allows me to express myself and to connect with other people through a song.”

Doc West, aka Jose Salazar, always knew it was what he wanted to do while growing up on a ranch in Flatonia, Texas. Influenced at an early age by George Strait, Garth Brooks, Randy Travis, Waylon and Willie and Hank Jr., -- it wasn’t until college that all the “Pieces” started coming together.

Ever since he was a kid, active in 4-H and FFA, Doc West knew he wanted to be a veterinarian. But it was while attending Texas A&M University, living the college life, going to concerts and watching live music that he was inspired to pick up the guitar and sing. It was a Randy Rogers Band concert that pushed him over the edge to actually go out and buy his first guitar.

Little did he know – his interest in music and encouragement to sing would lead him to actually play the guitar and perform songs inspired by the likes of Wade Bowen, Pat Green, Cory Morrow and Roger Creager.

“It was seeing the interaction between those guys and the crowd that made me want to perform and have others feel emotion through my music.”

Doc West worked his craft as a break from the intense curriculum to achieve his lifelong ambition as a vet. The fall of 2006 he formed a band called Broke 60. Shortly after graduating in 2011, he began working on his first EP, which was released in June 2012. That album is available under "Jose Salazar" titled "Finding Me".

With constant practice, performing, writing and recording, change was imminent. With the help and advice of several individuals a name change was decided upon so that there was no confusion on the genre of music he played when shipped across the state to numerous radio stations. Just released under Doc West and The Ramblin Kind, the second album, “Pieces” features the single, “Heart of Stone” new to the Texas Music Charts.

Doc West and The Ramblin Kind is integrated into the Texas Music Scene and open for the very artists that inspired them, including Brandon Rhyder, Casey Donohue, No Justice, Josh Abbott, Aaron Watson amongst others.

Doc West and his band can be seen through out the state of Texas as they continue to build their fan base while writing about real life experiences that listeners can relate to. If not playing a gig in traditional venues, Doc West and The Ramblin Kind frequently play benefits for cancer, veterans, animal shelters and other charities. “It’s my way of giving back through the talent the Good Lord gave me.”

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