A Little Farther West

The jangling spaghetti-western guitars, continental combo organ, and baritone storytelling vocals of A Little Farther West evoke the spirit of classic western movie soundtracks. The Oklahoma duo, consisting of Robert Maxwell Case and his wife Susie, offers up a retro sound featuring generous amounts of tremolo and reverb. In the work of A Little Farther West you'll hear the echoes of guitar heroes Duane Eddy, The Ventures, and The Shadows, as well as of renowned western motion picture composers Dmitri Tiomkin and Ennio Morricone.

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New CD - Mountain Storm  UPC 865147000319

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"Mountain Storm," the second album by A Little Farther West:

Available now! More of the retro western movie sound for which A Little Farther West is known! Order below.

"This followup to A Little Farther West's self-titled debut CD finds the Oklahoma duo further refining their neo-1960's western movie sound. Western classics like Tex Ritter's "The Wayward Wind," The Sons Of The Pioneers' "Cool Water," and Gene Autry's "South Of The Border (Down Mexico Way)," are joined by such modern compositions as Michael Martin Murphey's "Mountain Storm," Old Crow Medicine Show's "Sweet Amarillo," Barry Ward's "(Someday) I'm Gonna Ride," and Marty Stuart's instrumental "Rhapsidio Sangre De Cristo." Also instrumentally, the group covers The Shadows' "Apache" and The Tornados' "Ridin' The Wind," rounding out the set with fresh takes on Ian Tyson's "Four Strong Winds" and T. Texas Tyler's "Remember Me (When The Candlelights Are Gleaming)," plus a rousing original, "Leave Out For The Border (At Midnight)." Robert Maxwell Case's Duane Eddy-styled guitar leads and wife Susie's Vox Continental combo organ sounds will take listeners to a time when the West was really wild!" Free shipping. USA: $12, Outside USA: $15.

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Debut CD - A Little Farther West  UPC 865147000302

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"A Little Farther West," the first album by A Little Farther West:

"It's all fun ..." "... retro sound ... of the 'Big Boss' guitar. Somewhere Duane Eddy, Lonnie Mack and Al Caiola are smiling."

-- Rick Huff, "The Western Way" magazine

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The self-titled debut CD features the single: "A Little Farther West" plus "Ghost Riders In The Sky," "They Call The Wind Mariah," "Theme From High Noon," "I Fought The Law," "The High And The Mighty," "The Western Star (Telstar)," "Drifter," "Buckaroo," "(Katie And The) Navajo Rug," "This Moment Was Waiting For Me," and "Dreaming On The Trail." Free shipping. USA: $12, Outside USA: $15


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Robert Maxwell Case has been a modern journeyman solo entertainer all of his working life. He has appeared as opening act in concert with dozens of headline acts, including Marty Robbins, Riders In The Sky, and Asleep At The Wheel. Robert met his wife Susie during his ten years performing in Branson, MO. In 2014 she began playing keyboard behind his guitar and vocals and the duo of A Little Farther West was born.


Based in the Tulsa, OK metro, the group is active in the Oklahoma chapter of the national Western Music Association. A Little Farther West has appeared as opening act in concert with Michael Martin Murphey and has performed frequently at the Gene Autry Oklahoma Museum in the Ardmore, OK area.

A Little Farther West

Photo by Carole G. Ellis

Susie and Robert Maxwell Case

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Pine, CCO, Adrian Kubisztal (Adku).

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