Kung Fu Cowboy

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 LEVEL 4 = Kung Fu Cowboy PART 1:
                 King Solomon's Temple


album cover Kung Fu Cowboy PART 1The first two Kung Fu Cowboy albums were recorded as one 36-song album in the summer of 2009 in the gymnasium where Coyote, aka Buddha Zhen, was teaching his Buddha Kung Fu classes in La Crescenta, California.

Coyote, aka Richard Del Connor (record producer), completed the first album of 18 tracks in 2010 before his computer blew up. The second album of 18 tracks is still sitting in storage as I write this webpage, July 2013.

Kung Fu Cowboy

The PART 1: King Solomon's Temple album by American Zen was released by Shaolin Records in 2010. It is available at iTunes, amazon.com and the Shaolin Records website.

This album was a metamorphosis for Coyote as he became a Master Mason and transposed his own life story onto the ancient legend of Hiram Abif, the murdered architect of King Solomon's temple.

album cover Kung Fu Cowboy PART 2Coyote has been traveling from Las Vegas to San Diego as a stagehand... looking forward to relaunching Shaolin Records, and releasing the Part 2: 3rd Degree Master Mason album by American Zen. This album has been collecting dust for many years. All that's needed before mixing can begin is a few vocals and flute solos.

Check out "Dizzy, My Toxic Daughter," "Bottom Line," and "I'm Certain I'm Not Sure," for some of Coyote's cool electric guitar work.

The last acoustic song recorded by Coyote was "Time For You To Go Home." This very sexy song is all hand percussion by Coyote. Powered by finger snaps and two basses playing in harmony.

album cover Kung Fu Cowboy PART 3PART 3: Stone Roses has not been recorded yet. Coyote had plenty of songs for the album ready to record... but in the past few years has written many more. We'll see what happens.

In 2012 as Coyote drove back and forth between Las Vegas and Los Angeles to teach Kung Fu and Tai Chi classes -- he wrote half of this book/movie. Unfortunately, or fortunately, we may change the storyline and country before we record the album and script the music movie.

album cover Kung Fu Cowboy PART 4PART 4: The Coyote Blues also had some songs penned already... but we'll see what happens when the studio tapes start rolling... Oh yeah. We're digital now.

These songs were written, but have not been recorded yet.

Another album was inspired by the writing of the screenplay, Kung Fu Cowboy Rock & Roll Movie 1. This album, about Coyote's life in Las Vegas and San Diego, then back to Los Angeles... includes songs written for the Kung Fu Cowboy movies.

End of the Line album coverEND OF THE LINE includes "Kung Fu Cowboy 2" to provide an accurate glimpse of our modern martial arts hero.

"Scorpion Resurrection," was written as the theme song for the movie, Kung Fu Cowboy Rock & Roll Movie 1.

"High School Graduation Reunion," was written before Coyote returned to California for his 40-year high school reunion.

"End of the Line" was written about a couple people Coyote wanted to help... but couldn't.

Peace of Mind album     11 songs + 11 poems by American Zen

featuring hit song "Peace of Mind #2 "
music video

Who are those guys?
Directed by Scott Karahadian

Available wherever fine spiritual classic rock is sold.

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