^Billboard - 14 Jan 1995 - Page 10 In 1990, Arista released "Dave Stewart & The Spiritual Cowboys," which featured the Pretenders' Martin Chambers on drums. The Cowboys' follow-up, 1992's "Honest," was not released domestically."
^Cesare Rizzi Enciclopedia della musica rock (1980-1989) 2000- Volume 3 - Page 180 "1991 Mentre Annie si ritira per due anni dalle scene per maternità, Dave assembla una band con l'ex batterista dei Pretenders Martin Chambers e pubblica due album, DAVE STEWART & THE SPIRITUAL COWBOYS (n.38 GB) e HONEST, ..."
^Stereo Review 1991- Volume 56 - Page 84 "DAVE STEWART AND THE SPIRITUAL COWBOYS: Honest. Dave Stewart ... "Honest," his second solo album, is a pleasantly inconsequential piece of ear candy. Its bright, playful arrangements hark back to the cheerful eclecticism of the Sixties, and Stewart's gruff, half-spoken vocals and surreal lyric scenarios find their origins in early Dylan. Stewart hops from pad to pad on the musical lily pond."
^Dafydd Rees, Luke Crampton Rock stars encyclopedia 1999 - Page 349 "Having recently released the second and final Spiritual Cowboys album. Honest, Stewart participates in Amnesty International's Big 30 concert, which airs on ITV"
^Steve Hochman Popular Musicians: The Doobie Brothers-Paul McCartney 1999- Page 381 "Dave Stewart and the Spiritual Cowboys (1990) and Honest (1991) were taken out of production by 1998,"
^The International Who's Who in Popular Music 2002 2002 - Page 55 "Spiritual Cowboys and Honest albums by Dave Stewart and the Spiritual Cowboys;"
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