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Coyote Radio Tujunga

14 solo performances by singer-songwriter The Hippy Coyote of American Zen. Performing on his Alvarez acoustic guitar before it was stolen, Coyote provides unique arrangements of some songs, such as Christ Killer, and The End The Horizon. The last song of the Coyote Radio Tujunga album is Don't Forget, written in 1975 and somehow predicting all the various elements of the other songs of decades to come. Recorded in Tujunga, California while Richard Del Connor was a Mr. Mom singing his young son to sleep for his afternoon naps with wild rock songs and romantic ballads.

 

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Songs on COYOTE RADIO TUJUNGA
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Free Song Sample 1. All Around The World
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Free Song Sample 2. Don't Push Me .88
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Free Song Sample 3. In Dreams .88 Buy song now 88 cents
Free Song Sample 4. Dear Mom .88 Buy song now 88 cents
Free Song Sample 5. Don't Make Me Laugh .88 Buy song now 88 cents
Free Song Sample 6. Black Of Night .88 Buy song now 88 cents
Free Song Sample 7. Christ Killer .88 Buy song now 88 cents
Free Song Sample 8. What Do You See? .88 Buy song now 88 cents
Free Song Sample 9. In Line .88 Buy song now 88 cents
Free Song Sample 10. Backseat Love .88 Buy song now 88 cents
Free Song Sample 11. Hurts To Know .88 Buy song now 88 cents
Free Song Sample 12. The End The Horizon .88 Buy song now 88 cents
Free Song Sample 13. Spirit Gun .88 Buy song now 88 cents
Free Song Sample 14. Don't Forget .88 Buy song now 88 cents

 

Coyote, a Mr. Mom from 1991 to 2011, was singing his son to sleep every afternoon in their Tujunga home from 2000 to 2004 performing on his Alvarez acoustic guitar. He was also rehearsing for the Coyote Radio television shows being produced by Adelphia and Roadrunner Cable Television, so we started recording these solo rehearsals and ended up with a collection of awesome performances by The Hippy Coyote.

These songs and others of the years 2002 to 2005 were featured in live television shows produced by Shaolin Pictures entitled Coyote Radio 1, Coyote Radio 2...Coyote Radio 9. Our camerapersons were Kung Fu students who volunteered to help make this series of a dozen television shows.

All shows feature The Hippy Coyote in a unique style of solo performances wearing his leather cowboy hat, with a black background behind him, without any talking between songs. No dialogue, mostly sitting down, with his cowboy hat shadowing his face like a Cowboy Zorro. With only a black background, acoustic guitar and a couple of microphones that he brought and set up himself, Coyote performed for the Coyote Radio TV series shows aired over Los Angeles cable networks.

There were a couple exceptions to these solo performances because his son, Rory O'Connor, just had to run up on stage and sing with dad from time to time. The last of the Coyote Radio television series featured "The Coyote Clan," consisting of Daddy Coyote on acoustic guitar, Rory OConnor on snare drum wearing dad's cowboy hat (with extra foam inside), and Caitlin O'Connor on flute.

In 2009, Coyote's 1972 Alvarez 12-string guitar was stolen. Coyote vowed to never play acoustic guitar in memory and honor of his lost guitar -- his best friend since 1973. Even the punk rock songs of The Rich, and the Coyote In A Graveyard rock opera were written on that acoustic guitar.

Enjoy what will be the last album of acoustic guitar ever to be performed by The Hippy Coyote of American Zen.

Songs on COYOTE RADIO TUJUNGA:
1. All Around The World
2. Don't Push Me
3. In Dreams
4. Dear Mom
5. Don't Make Me Laugh
6. Black Of Night
7. Christ Killer
8. What Do You See?
9. In Line
10. Backseat Love
11. Hurts To Know
12. The End The Horizon
13. Spirit Gun
14. Don't Forget

Follow Coyote's travels at his current website, www.americanZEN.org

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Tujunga, California

Recorded live 2002 to 2005

Coyote with Alvarez 12-string

 

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