This is a Re-Release of my "Christmas with Cuzz" album I released in 2012. It's a solo acoustic album full of Christmas favorites!
Songs on the album
O Holy Night
Christmas in Dixie
Little Drummer Boy
Go Tell it on the Mountain
Jingle Bell Rock
Beautiful Star of Bethlehem
Mary, Did You Know
We Wish You a Merry Christma
Pre-order - Whose Gonna Fill their Shoes Vol. I Tribute album
You can now Pre-Order my new Tribute Album, "Whose Gonna Fill Their Shoes" Vol. I. The album will come out later in the fall. The price now is $10. The price will go up in a few weeks to $12, and when the album is released it will be $15.
Songs on the album will be (not in this order):
1. Folsom Prison Blues (Cash)
2. The Ride (David Allen Coe)
3. Good Ole Boys Like Me (Don Williams)
4. Ridin' For a Fall (Ledoux)
5. Amarillo by Mornin (Strait)
6. Much Too Young (Garth Brooks)
7. Sing Me Back Home (Haggard)
8. Are You Sure Hank Done it This Way (Waylon)
9. Long Black Veil (Lefty Frizzell
10. I'm So Lonesome I could cry (Hank Sr.)
11. Just the Good Ole Boys (Waylon)
12. Neon Moon (Brooks and Dunn)
13. Workin Man Blues (Haggard)
14. Whose Gonna Fill Their Shoes (George Jones)
This will be the first in a 2 or 3 Volume tribute series to my favorite music, Classic Country!
"Rock of Ages" Gospel Album
This is my new Gospel Album, "Rock of Ages" This is a solo acoustic and accapella album. The $15 price does cover shipping costs.
Brand New "Cuzz Vol. V-Where have all the Cowboys Gone"
For a limited time you can pre-order an autographed copy of "Cuzz Vol. V-Where have all the Old Cowboys Gone". The release date on the album is around March 23rd. The price on the album will then go up to $15.
Ben Coulter & the Delta Outlaws album- Wanted: LIVE
This is Ben Coulter and the Delta Outlaws' first album together. They recorded this album LIVE at the Pink Tomato Festival in Warren, AR in 2011 as they were opening for Joe Diffie. The album consist of 14 songs, 11 of which are Coulter originals. There are 3 covers on the project, "Can't You See", "Midnight Rider", and "I Ain't Superstitious". This album is "Country Music...Delta Style" at it's best! The price of the cd is $12, plus $3 for shipping and handling.
"Cuzz IV 'They call me an Outlaw' "
The new album, "Cuzz IV 'They call me an Outlaw'" now available for purchase on www.bencoulteronline.com. The album has 14 songs, 9 brand new tunes, 2 classic country tunes, and 3 remakes. Be sure and get one, and spread the word! Thanks!
"Return to My Roots" The Gospel Album
A solo acoustic album featuring original songs by Coulter along with some Gospel favorites
"Return to My Roots" The Blues Album
New Blues Songs, along with some of Ben's best Blues songs in an acoustic album. Country Music...Delta Style at its best.
Cuzz Vol. III "Feel Like Goin Home" Autographed Copy
Ben Coulter's New Cd- For Sale 4-28-08
Cuzz Vol. II 'got the devil on my heels' autographed copy
The third cd issued by Ben Coulter, and also the second album in the "CUZZ" series. This is a 20 song album, with 2 live cuts. All songs were written by Ben. This album has everything from straight country to blues to gospel. Some songs include "Got the devil on my heels", 'Thats my Baby", "That kind of woman", "Headed down to Georgia", etc...
CUZZ "Vol. I- Goin down to Montrose" autographed copy
The second album issued by Ben Coulter, and the First in the "CUZZ" series. Ben wrote every song on the album. Some songs include, "Goin down to Montrose", "Songwriter(I write songs for a livin)", "10 miles North of Louisiana", "I'm a Razorback Fan", etc...
Ben Coulter Songwriter autographed copy
This is the first cd issued by Ben Coulter, a 13 song cd entitled "Songwriter". It's an acoustic album with just him and his guitar.
All songs written by Ben except "First Big Record i make I'm goin home", which was written by Tommy Wilson, and recorded as a duet on the album with Ben and Tommy.
The following review is a review of "Cuzz III - Feel Like Goin' Home" from "Review You", a branch of Ariel Publicity out of New York City. The review is from Dec. 2010.
The genre of country music has undergone a facelift in the past ten to twenty years. Where once the genre was defined by typically roots-based backdrop like Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash, and Willie Nelson, the genre has expanded to include acts like Rascal Flatts, Lady Antebellum, and Sugarland. These sounds of these acts have elements of country, but easily fall into the pop crossover category as well. While country music as it was once known stands in jeopardy of fading away, there are a few artists like Ben Coulter who aim to stand in their way.
Coulter has spent the past several years honing his signature country sound. From his beginnings as a praise and worship minister during his college days to three years of performing six shows a week in Branson, MO, Coulter has spent his life cultivating a sound which he has dubbed, “Country Music…Delta Style.” Shortly after Branson, Coulter took his talent to Nashville where he gigged through bars and clubs, eventually tiring of Music City and moving away to forge his way in a more unconventional manner. That decision led to the formation of Ben Coulter and the Delta Outlaws, and a declaration and mission to play the Grand Ole Opry by October 1, 2011. So does Coulter have what it takes? If this album is any indication, he just might.
Coulter’s record is classic country, drawing from the rich history of the genre and bringing all the critical elements together, with plenty of steel guitar, shuffling percussion, and raging fiddle. He makes his case for classic country early with album standout “Long Black Cars and Cocaine,” which lays forth his pedigree. “I’m just a country boy/From down in Arkansas/Raised up on the good Lord, Haggard, and Jones.” With a blues-based vibe guiding the background and some solid breakout instrumental solos, it sets the tone early. Coulter continues his case for classic country with “When Haggard Was King,” a song fueled by rich nostalgia for a time of music gone by and anchored by the artist’s rich baritone, occasionally reminiscent of George Strait, and some burning fiddle and guitar work. While it’s easy to dismiss such tracks as clichéd, Coulter delivers them with a fresh idealism and solid songwriting that helps them to go down easily. Yet he truly begins setting the stage for his unique sound with “Highway 61 Blues” and “Delta Mud.” “Highway 61” is possessed of the Johnny Cash “boom-chicka” percussion, and both songs let the fiddle lay the bluesy pathway, drawing forth mournful and playful tones left and right. It’s a unique juxtaposition of the styles and it plays out wonderfully well here.
It’s not all swinging soul with Coulter though, as he takes more than his fair share of opportunities to deliver several radio-friendly ballads, beginning with the mandolin-influenced autobiographical tale, “Songwriter.” The steel guitar wails, mandolin plucks, and vocals warble keenly through it all, laying forth a claim to true country. In similar fashion, “I Wish You Were Mine” borrows a classic sonic palette while turning to the subject matter of longing love. “What I Would Do Just To Be With You” continues the longing, as does the album closer “You Don’t Have to Remind Me,” ending things with a somber and heartfelt note.
Ben Coulter has set forth on a mission to play the Grand Ole Opry with Cuzz III: Feel Like Goin’ Home as his war cry. Conjuring forth great country sounds of old and combining them with subtle elements of classic Delta blues, the artist has crafted an album that should be heard far and wide. And the Opry? If he keeps it up like this, he just might get there.
Review by Andrew Greenhalgh
Rating: 5 stars (out of 5)