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“Florida Cracker Storyteller”
Benjamin Dehart’s music made a great contribution to ”Florida Cracker Storyteller.” The theme song is Ben’s version of Frank Thomas’s “Cracker Cowman” from Ben’s CD, “Takin’ Another Crack At It!”
This outstanding CD contains eleven songs, eight of which Ben authored. In addition, he did the arrangements, sang lead vocals and perfect harmonies, played flute, harmonica, guitar and, at appropriate moments, cracked the Florida cow whip. His brother Jason played banjo, Gilbert Dhennin and Leo Vieira, symphonic keyboard, and Tony Macaluso upright bass.
The music flows seamlessly—instrumentation enhancing a clear, soaring tenor that defies description. The most apt title I can lay on Ben Dehart is Pavarotti of Florida Folk.”
The CD opens with “Grey Cow Cavalry,” a song describing the Florida cowboys who rode with Jake Summerlin rounding up scrub cattle and driving them to Baldwin as food for rebel soldiers.
“All I Ever Wanted To Do Was Be A Cowboy” describes graphically the plight of so many who trade their dreams for security.
“Open Country” expresses the yearning of lovers of nature frustrated by unrestrained development.
“Drunk Traps” is clever and lighthearted.
Ben dresses in authentic old Cracker gear and is thus pictured on the cover art of “Takin’ Another Crack At It!” His personality, as well as his music, takes us back to a time long ago and already forgotten by too many. If you enjoy the “Florida Cracker” theme of Butch Harrison, Florida Cracker Storyteller, you really must own your own copy of Benjamin Dehart’s “Taking Another Crack at It.”