D.W. Ulsterman’s Playlist For 3/30/2016: Dean Brody’s “BOUNTY”

Me and the Little General are loving this gem from Canadian singer, Dean Brody who delves into his own Gaelic roots and delivers a fine and fun little song that gets the boots a tappin’,

And in a not-so-indirect sort of way, it manages to mirror something of my own past while doing so…

Sometimes I miss my daddy
Sometimes I miss my mom
But I think they’d be real proud of me
To know the man that I’ve become

We took shelter in a chapel
‘neath the blood moon sky
I bought a gun and made Shannon my wife
We jumped in a box-car to old Mexico
Where I ain’t worth a penny of my bounty back home
No I ain’t worth a penny of my bounty back home…

Give it a listen – and if you like it, give it another!

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D.W. Ulsterman lives near his beloved waters with his beautiful wife of 22 years, and their two teenage children, along with two cats and two dogs.

Many of Ulsterman’s personal interests are reflected in his works, including an unyielding love of America, politics, music, and helping to secure a better future for generations to come.

Among his works are the bestselling military action adventure Mac Walker series of books, including the epic tales DOMINATUS and TUMULTUS, as well as the political mystery-thriller, Bennington P.I. series.

He is also the author of the contemporary western bestseller, The Irish Cowboy and the just-released Race Wars collection.

You can access all of his available novels: HERE

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The government wanted his land. He just wanted to be left alone.

The Irish Cowboy, available:  HERE

“Really lays out the plight of America’s ranchers as they face big government that seems to only want to shut them all down…”

“The Irish Cowboy has plenty to say politically and does it in a way that fits perfectly in the cowboy genre…”

The Irish Cowboy, available:  HERE

 

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