by Spurzz, released as a promo in 1980 on the
Epic label. To promote the
record, Spurzz offered to do personalized station
identifications for radio stations.
The song makes sure to get a dig in at disco, a popular sentiment at
the time, but offers something equally innocuous in its place. The repetitive chorus is clearly
hopeful that gushing fans will not only dance to this song, but sing along,
as well. This song is evocative
of the kind of country-pop records that were being released in the
1980s. It may have
“Cowboy” in the title, but it is as far removed from Gene Autry
and Roy Rogers as, well… disco.
It does have a nifty steel guitar solo, though.