The Tobasco Donkeys

I Don't Mind.mp3

Colfax County Jail.mp3

The Mountain.mp3

New Mexico Rain.mp3

Ugly Girl.mp3

Pig In a Pen.mp3

Coal Tattoo.mp3

Tooth of Time .mp3

Monkey and the Engineer.mp3

Introduction

The Tobasco Donkeys are a group of staff members that met at Philmont Scout Ranch and recorded a couple of albums over the past 15 years.  

Our band has always been an excuse for good friends to get together to play music.  We recorded our first album in 1999 and unknowingly influenced campfire music at Philmont for years to come.  We are proud of that.  And we are currently trying to get together again for a third album.  One of these days...

You can listen to some samples of our songs below and order CD's below that.  

August Day.mp3

Fire On the Mountain.mp3

Reason To Believe.mp3

Sweet Pea.mp3

Georgetown.mp3

The Ballad of Wagon Wheel.mp3

Ashokan Farewell.mp3

Salty Dog.mp3

I've Been Everywhere.mp3

The Tobasco Donkeys- Sawin' On The Strings

$ 14.99 USD

Our first album.  Recorded in 1999.  It was done for fun, but has gone on to sell thousands and influnece Philmont campfires for ever since.  Price includes shipping. Listen to samples up above.

 

SAWIN' ON THE STRINGS
FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN
SHADY GROVE
PARADISE
FOGGY MOUNTAIN BREAKDOWN
FRIEND OF THE DEVIL
LEWIS AND CLARK
COAL TATTOO
NIGHT RIDER'S LAMENT
COLFAX COUNTY JAIL
UGLY GIRL
GEORGETOWN
CATFISH JOHN
REASON TO BELIEVE
SWEET PEA
THE WEIGHT
THEME TIME
THE BALLAD OF BILLY THE KID
I DON'T MIND
ASHOKAN FAREWELL

 

The Yarn Sessions

$ 15 USD

Our 2nd Album.  Recorded in a Yarn shop in Cimarron (next to the Buritto Banquet) Price includes shipping.  Samples up above.

Pig in a Pen
Salty Dog
The Mountain
Tooth of Time (Been Chewin’ On Me)
Sixteen Tons
Monkey and the Engineer
Ol’ Slewfoot
Gold Minin’ Man
Orange Blossom Special
Don’t Pet the Dog
The Fly that Rode to Cito
Ice Cream Man
The 5th of July
Am I Born to Die?
New Mexico Rain
Poor Wayfaring Stranger
How Mountain Girls Can Love
The Ballad of Wagon Wheel
The Hills that I Call Home
Great High Mountain
August Day