Boots, Buckles & Spurs

Sony BMG Legacy; $40.98
Sony BMG Legacy; $40.98

All cowboys have boots and spurs, but buckles says rodeo, and that’s what this musical collection is about. The set honors 50 years of the National Finals Rodeo, and it is produced in conjunction with the PRCA.

The three-disc set spans five decades, starting with Gene Autry and ending with Brooks & Dunn and Michael Martin Murphey. Also included are a handful of Country crooners, that, with a few exceptions, did very little rodeoing but did manage to do some cowboying, on the big screen, like Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson and George Strait.

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