My second CD, The Legend Remains.
Review of The Legend Remains, by Rick Huff of Western Way Magazine. "Poet Teresa Burleson has once again offered a collection of her gentle cowboy observations and recollections. Admittedly venturing outside her comfort zone for one of the tracks, she sings (quite well) Tex Butler’s “I Reckon I’m A Texan!” She gathered a good support system for it, though, in a crew of Texas swingers that include Rich O’Brien and Brook Wallace (fiddles) with O’Brien handling guitar duties along with Devon Dawson and with Kristyn Harris playing bass.
Poetically the requisite cow poop humor resides in “Going Green,” for which various unrealized commercial applications are explored…”Eau de Toilette” (?). Elsewhere you come across the impact of hands-on living, the hidden spirit of vanishing towns, the joys of mothering a calf or a good rain in a bad drought.
Burleson’s messages are simple and clear. For her fans, it’s whole cloth for the ear! Twelve tracks."