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VARIOUS ARTISTS Bear Family BCD 15625 My Rifle, My Pony & Me ● CD $21.98
26 tracks, 68 min. essential
TV and movie themes have ample nostalgia value nowadays and though Bear Family has never been known for worrying about commerciality, Roots and Rhythm has had trouble keeping this one in stock. These 26 numbers consist of songs from classic TV and movie westerns, sung by both country music stars and occasionally by actors. Dean Martin and Rick Nelson sing My Rifle My Pony . . . from the film Rio Bravo while Dino does the movie's theme. Merle Kilgore, (now Hank, Jr's manager) sings Nevada Smith. Jimmy Stewart recites The Legend of Shenandoah from the film "Shenandoah"; Tex Ritter sings High Noon and Johnny Western does Have Gun Will Travel, Frankie Laine belts out Rawhide and Fess Parker performs The Ballad of Davy Crockett from those three classic TV shows. Kirk Douglas tries to sing And the Moon Grew Brighter from the film "Man Without A Star". Other performances of themes by Marty Robbins, Johnny Cash and the Sons of the Pioneers make this an important package for Western film collectors. (RK)
JOHNNY CASH: Rebel Johnny Yuma/ Sons Of Katie Elder/ KIRK DOUGLAS: And The Moon Grew Brighter/ LORNE GREENE: Bonanza/ DICKSON HALL: Cowboy/ JOHNNY HORTON: North To Alaska/ TAB HUNTER: I'm A Runaway/ MERLE KILGORE: Nevada Smith/ FRANKIE LAINE: Gunfight At The Ok Corral/ Rawhide/ DEAN MARTIN: Rio Bravo/ My Rifle My Pony And Me/ FESS PARKER: Ballad Of Davy Crockett/ TEX RITTER: High Noon/ MARTY ROBBINS: Ballad Of The Alamo/ Hanging Tree/ ROY ROGERS: Don't Fence Me In/ Roll On Texas Moon/ Yellow Rose Of Texas/ Pecos Bill/ THE SONS OF THE PIONEERS: Montana/ Searchers/ Song Of The Wagonmaster/ Wagons West/ JAMES STEWART: Legend Of The Shenandoah/ JOHNNY WESTERN: Ballad Of Palladin

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Bear Family BCD 15684 Bonanza - TV's Original Cast: Ponderosa Party Time! ● CD $104.98
4 CDs, 93 tracks, approx. 4 hours, 20 min. Bonanza fans only
Bonanza fans take heed! Bear Family has chronicled the musical side of the legendary 1959-73 saga of Ben Cartwright (Lorne Greene) and sons Adam (Pernell Trapper John M.D. Roberts), Little Joe (Michael Landon) and Hoss (Dan Blocker) and their thousand-acre Ponderosa ranch. From 1962 to 1966 various cast members did eight LPs for RCA Victor, all of them here. Two were cast albums: "Ponderosa Party Time" and "Christmas at the Ponderosa". On the former, Ben and "sons" whoop 'er up on old chestnuts like Sourwood Mountain/ In the Pines/ Skip to My Lou and Shennandoah. The Christmas album featured the usual carols and the story Why We Light Candles on Christmas Trees (because the Old West didn't have electricity?). Greene's four solo LPs for RCA yielded one huge 1964 hit, the western recitation Ringo. Recitations were his strength, but one listen to his vocal version of the Bonanza theme warns you off the rest. The pompous Roberts cut an equally stuffy folk album while Blocker recorded an LP reciting American historical vignettes while Robert Mitchum's son John "sang" related songs. Joseph Laredo's notes rattle off the Bonanza story, and there are plenty of neat photos of the gang, including a few of them acting enthused while recording one of the Ponderosa albums. Complete discographical data is featured (lots of jazzmen played these sessions to pay the rent!). A gift from Ponderosa cook Hop Singh (sic) is also included. (RK)

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Bear Family BCD 15983 From Alamo To El Dorado ● CD $21.98
Songs from Western movie soundtracks ranging from the late 40s to the early 70s.
LEE ADRIAN: 26 Men/ GEORGE ALEXANDER & THE MELLOMEN: El Dorado/ THE BROTHERS FOUR: Green Leaves Of Summer/ GLEN CAMPBELL: Man With True Grit/ Man With True Grit (spanish Version)/ NAT 'KING' COLE & STUBBY KAYE: Ballad Of Cat Ballou/ 'TENNESSEE' ERNIE FORD: Lonely Man/ JOHNNY GREGORY: Branco/ HOLLYWOOD SOUND ORCHESTRA: Cimarron City/ BOB HOPE: Buttons And Bows/ THE LIMELIGHTERS: Love In The Country/ SHORTY LONG: Legend Of Wyatt Earp/ DEAN MARTIN: Wind The Wind/ AL MARTINO: Man From Laramie/ WAYNE NEWTON: Stagecoach To Cheyenne/ JOHNNY O'NEILL: Wagon Train/ THE PRAIRIE CHIEFS: Fury/ Sheriff Of Cochise/ TEX RITTER: Wichita/ DAVID ROSE: High Chapparal/ THE SONS OF THE PIONEERS: Sugarfoot/ ANDY WILLIAMS: Marmalade Molasses And Honey

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Bear Family 16166 Wand'rin Star ● CD $24.98
25 western movie and TV songs from 1952 to 1969.
REX ALLEN: Laramie/ EDDY ARNOLD: The Ballad Of Wes Tancred/ KIRK DOUGLAS & DEWEY MARTIN: Whiskey, Leave Me Alone/ RUSTY DRAPER: The Last Frontier/ TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD: River Of No Return/ CLAUDE KING: The Comancheros/ FRANKIE LAINE: 3:10 To Yuma/ High Noon/ THE LANCERS: A Man Is As Good As His Word/ PEGGY LEE: Johnny Guitar/ GORDON MACRAE: Jim Bowie/ DEAN MARTIN: King Of The Five Card Stud/ LEE MARVIN: Wand'rin' Star/ ROGER MILLER: Ballad Of Waterhole/ GUY MITCHELL: Hannah Lee/ ROBERT MITCHUM: Young Billy Young/ RICKY NELSON & WALTER BRENNAN: Get Along Home, Cindy/ GENE PITNEY: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance/ THE PRAIRIE CHIEFS: Tales Of Wells Fargo/ TEX RITTER: The Last Wagon/ ROY ROGERS & DALE EVANS: Happy Trails To You/ DAVID ROSE ORCHESTRA: Bonanza/ THE SONS OF THE PIONEERS: Wagon Train/ JAMES STEWART: You Can't Get Far Without A Railroad/ VICTOR YOUNG & HIS ORCHESTRA: The Call Of The Far Away Hills

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Bear Family 16328 Rio Bravo ● CD $24.98
25 songs from western movies and T.V. shows, 1954-1969.
ED AMES: Ballad Of The War Wagon/ GENE AUTRY: Back In The Saddle Again/ FRANKIE AVALON: Medley (Tennessee Babe/ Green Leaves Of Summer/ Here's To The Ladies, etc)/ JOHNNY CASH: Bonanza/ CARL DOBKINS JR.: Pretty Little Girl In The Yellow Dress/ PERCY FAITH: The Virginian/ HENRY FONDA: Rolling Stone/ HUGO FRIEDHOFER & ORCHESTRA: Theme From 'one Eyed Jacks'/ FRANKIE LAINE: Man Without A Star/ Strange Lady In Town/ JULIE LONDON: Saddle The Wind/ DEAN MARTIN: My Rifle My Pony And Me/ TONY MARTIN: Vera Cruz/ VIRGINIA MAYO: I Leaned On A Man/ VAUGHN MONROE: The Ride Back/ ANTHONY PERKINS: The Kentuckian Song/ THE PRAIRIE CHIEFS: The Ballad Of Paladin/ NELSON RIDDLE ORCHESTRA: De Guello/ TEX RITTER & REX KOURY: Gunsmoke/ THE SONS OF THE PIONEERS: Chuckawalla Swing/ Maverick/ SHEB WOOLEY: Rawhide

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Bear Family BCD 16395 High Noon ● CD $24.98
You claim you love the song "High Noon"? Well here's a chance to put your money where your mouth is with 27 different versions! Includes recordings by Hank Locklin, Ferrante & Teicher, Tex Ritter, Frankie Laine, Eddie Fisher, Ray Coniff, henry Mancini, Skitch Henderson, Robert Horton, Chet Atkins and many more. Do not forsake this!

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Cotton Town Jubilee CTJCD 5 Singing Cowboys Of The Silver Screen ● CD $18.98
Fine collection of 30 western songs ranging from 1932 through 1952 featuring commercial recordings along with transcriptions and a track from a film soundtrack. Includes Rex Allen, Ezra Paulette & His Beverly Hillbillies, Rusty Gill & The Westernaires, Eddie Kirk, Tex Ritter, Jimmy Wakely, Bob Wills and others. Includes 12 page illustrated booklet with notes and discographical data. This is essentially a sampler from the British Archive Of Country Music series since most of these tracks are duplicated on BACM CDs who provided the recordings here.
REX ALLEN: Honolulu Boogie/ Too Lee Rollum (I'm An Arizona Cowboy)/ GENE AUTRY: Blue Montana Skies/ End Of My Round Up Days/ I'm Gonna Round Up My Blues/ RUSTY GILL & THE WESTERNAIRES: Keep Goin'/ Rodeo Sweetheart/ When We Said Goodnight On Goodnight Ranch/ GIRLS OF THE GOLDEN WEST: Home Sweet Home In Texas/ EDDIE KIRK: Blues Stay Away From Me/ THE ORIGINAL BEVERLY HILLBILLIES: Big Corral/ My Little Cow Pony And I/ On The Texas Prairie/ Singing My Hillbilly Song/ THE RANCH BOYS: Carry Me Back To The Lone Prairie/ Home On The Range/ GLEN RICE AND HIS BEVERLY HILLBILLIES: Ragtime Cowboy Joe/ TEX RITTER: Gotta Have Some Lovin'/ Shame On You/ You Can't Break My Heart/ ROY ROGERS: I Wish I Had Never Met Sunshine/ That Miss From Mississippi/ The Mail Must Go Through/ JIMMY WAKELY: Blue Bonnet Blues/ I've Had My Share Of Sorrow/ RAY WHITLEY: You're Barking Up The Wrong Tree/ Back In The Saddle Again/ Come On Boys We're Riding Into Town/ Mist Around The Prairie Moon Tonight/ BOB WILLS & HIS TEXAS PLAYBOYS: I'll Get Mine

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Country Stars 55455 Singin' In The Saddle - Songs Of The American Cowboy ● CD $10.98
22 track collection featuring some of the most popular commercial western songs.
GENE AUTRY: Back In The Saddle Again/ Cowboy Blues/ Home On The Range/ South Of The Border/ Yellow Rose Of Texas/ FRANKIE LAINE: High Noon/ Rawhide/ Mule Train/ PATSY MONTANA & THE PRAIRIE RAMBLERS: I Want To Be A Cowboy's Sweetheart/ TEX OWENS: Cattle Call/ TEX RITTER: Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle/ Singin' In The Saddle/ ROY ROGERS: Don't Fence Me In/ On The Old Spanish Trail/ Rock Me To Sleep In My Saddle/ That Pioneer Mother Of Mine/ THE SONS OF THE PIONEERS: Cool Water/ Cowboy Camp Meetin'/ There's A Round Up In The Sky/ Tumbling Tumbleweeds/ FOY WILLING & THE RIDERS OF THE PUPLE SAGA: Ragtime Cowboy Joe/ BOB WILLS & HIS TEXAS PLAYBOYS: New San Antonio Rose

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Jasmine 134 A Cowboy's Life Is Good Enough For Me ● CD $31.98
Four CD set featuring 100 Western and cowboy songs recorded between the 30s and early 50s (no actual dates are given) by a wide range of performers including artists from Canada and Australia and one from England! Includes many rare tracks making their first appearance on CD. Sound quality is excellent and set includes 32 page booklet with notes by Paul Hazell.
REX ALLEN: Arizona Waltz/ Cowpoke/ Who Shot The Hole In My Sombrero?/ ROSALIE ALLEN: Cowpuncher's Waltz/ Shoot Him High Paw/ Square Dance Polka/ GENE AUTRY: Blue Montana Skies/ Rhythm Of The Range/ Ride Tenderfoot Ride/ The Old Trail/ ELTON BRITT: Blue Texas Moonlight/ Over The Trail/ Patent Leather Boots/ Ridin' With My Gal/ Rogue River Valley/ The Rovin' Gambler/ BIG BILL CAMPBELL: I'm Rockin' To The Rockies/ The Strawberry Roan/ CLIFF CARLISLE & LITTLE TOMMY: Riding The Trail/ CLIFF CARLISLE & FRED KIRBY: The Cowboy's Dying Dream/ WILF CARTER: Beautiful Girl Of The Prairie/ Broken Down Cowboy/ I'm Hittin' The Trail/ West Of Rainbow Trail/ SLIM CLARK: Little Old Sod Shanty/ Trailrider's Moon/ LAURIE CROISETTE: The Cowboy/ STU DAVIS: Land, Sky And Water/ SMOKY DAWSON: Cowboy's Roundup Song/ The Range In The Western Sky/ Will I Meet Old Faithful Up Yonder?/ Texas Lil/ RAMBLING RED FOLEY: The Lone Cowboy/ THE HILLBILLIES: Moonlight On The Prairie/ Ranch In The Rockies/ JUNE HOLMS: Happy Yodelling Cowgirl/ FRANK IFIELD: A Mother's Faith/ There's A Love Knot In My Lariat/ EVAN KEMP & THE TRAIL RIDERS: Tonight In The Twilight/ WILLIE LAMOTHE: Je Suis Un Cowboy Canadien/ LEGARDE TWINS (TOM & TED): Before The Dawn/ THE LEGARDE TWINS: There's A Bridle Hanging On The Wall/ REG LINDSAY: Down By The Old Sliprail/ SHORTY LONG: Waltz Of Colorado/ FRANK LUTHER & CARSON ROBISON: Midnight On The Colorado/ Missouri Valley/ When The Bloom Is On The Sage/ MAC MAGUIRE & HARMONY RANGERS: Sundown Lullaby/ ZEKE MANNERS BAND (VCL: CURLY GRIBBS): Sioux City Sue/ JOSEF MARAIS: Covered-wagon Lullaby/ TIM MCNAMARA: Campfire Of Dreams/ Happy Cowboy/ TEX MORTON: The Oregon Trail/ The Story Of Parson Joe/ Teardrops In My Heart/ THE SINGING MOUNTAINEERS: Prairie Lullaby/ THE O’LEARY SISTERS: A Pair Of Silver Spurs/ JACK PATTON: Old Painted Desert/ EZRA PAULETTE: Old Arapahoe Trail/ When The Coyote Howls (at Twilight)/ PHIL PAVEY: Bronco Bustin' Blues/ BOB PRESSLEY: Hawaiian Cowboy/ DUSTY RANKIN: Going Back To My Little Western Home/ Going Back To Wyoming/ RED RIVER DAVE: Is The Range Still The Same Back Home?/ Red River Moon/ Sierra Sue/ GOEBEL REEVES: Cowboy's Dream/ Little Joe The Wrangler/ BUDDY REYNOLDS: Blue Canadian Rockies/ DONN REYNOLDS: The Stockman's Lullaby/ BUDDY REYNOLDS & THE RHYTHM PALS: Tundra/ TEX RITTER: Goodbye My Little Cherokee/ Old Chisholm Trail/ KENNY ROBERTS: Sweet Little Cherokee/ Wagon Wheels/ Beautiful Ohio/ TEXAS JIM ROBERTSON: I'm Gonna Throw My Lasso/ CARSON ROBISON: I'm An Old Cowhand/ JESSE ROGERS: Back In The Saddle Again/ Cattle Call/ Yellow Rose Of Texas/ ROY ROGERS: A Four Legged Friend/ Saddle Serenade/ JIMMIE & LEON SHORT: Alla En El Rancho Grande/ HANK SNOW: At The Rainbow's End/ I'll Ride Back To Lonesome Valley/ THE SONS OF THE PIONEERS: Land Beyond The Sun/ Red River Valley/ DICK THOMAS: Halfway To Montana/ Ridin' ’neath The Arizona Moon/ JIMMY WAKELY: Love Song Of The Waterfall/ Pale Moon/ BILLY WILLIAMS: Yippi Ki Aye/ BUDDY WILLIAMS: A Cowboy's Life Is Good Enough For Me/ Riding Down The Valley/ COLE WILSON: On The Plains Away Out There/ LES WILSON: Shadows On The Trail/ Prairie Rose/ COLE WILSON & THE TUMBLEWEEDS: The Outlaw

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Jasmine 3508 Cowboy Country - Shadows On The Trail ● CD $11.98
Excellent collection of western songs.A fine and varied selection - there's no information on the origin of these recordings but most of them sound like they are from the 40s.
REX ALLEN & THE ARIZONA WRANGLERS: When The Campfire Is Low On The Prairie/ Yodelin' Crazy/ JOHNNY BOND & HIS RED RIVER VALLEY BOYS: I Love You Because/ Kentucky Waltz/ Lily Of The Valley/ Sparkling Blue Eyes Waltz/ The Last Roundup/ The Texas Cannonball/ They Got Me/ CAROLINA COTTON: Yodel Mountain Song/ CASS COUNTY BOYS: Tennessee Walking Horse/ The Old Chrisholm Trail/ THE CASS COUNTY BOYS: Cucamonga/ Ride Ranger Ride/ Trail To Mexico/ ED MCCURDY & HIS RHYTHM PALS: Tickle Cove Pond/ TEX RITTER: Blue Shadows On The Trail/ Dallas Darling/ Love You As Big As Texas/ THE SON OF THE PIONEERS: Pecos Bill/ THE SONS OF THE PIONEERS: Wagons West/ JIMMY WAKELY: I Hang My Head And Cry/ I Hope I Never Fall In Love Again/ Mother's Prayer

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Smithsonian Folkways 40043 Cowboy Songs On Folkways ● CD $15.98
Compiled from previously released and unissued material of the Folkways archives, and including exhaustive annotation, this collection contains twenty-six songs and tunes by Woody Guthrie, Cisco Houston, Harry McClintock, Peter LaFarge, Leadbelly, Peter Hurd, Alan Lomax, Rosalie Sorrels, and others. For the most part, this is pretty unvarnished stuff, with standard fare like Get Along Little Dogies/ Little Joe/ The Wrangler/ Utah Carl/ Buffalo Skinners/ Zebra Dun/ Strawberry Roan/ Philadelphia Lawyer/ The Dying Cowboy. The recording quality ranges from okay to indifferent. There are few inspired performances here, making this interesting more from a historical perspective than a musical one; if part of the intent of this compilation was to dispel the myth of the singing cowboy, that intention has been met admirably. (RP)
DAVE FREDRICKSON: Lone Star Trail/ WOODY GUTHRIE: Buffalo Skinners/ Jesse James/ Philadelphia Lawyer/ Whoopie-ti-yi-yo, Get Along Little Dogies/ CISCO HOUSTON: Little Joe, The Wrangler/ The Dying Cowboy/ PETER HURD: Las Chapparreras/ HARRY JACKSON: Little Joe The Wrangler's Sister Nell/ Morning Grub Holler/ Round-up Cook/ Some Cowboy Brag Talk/ Strawberry Roan/ PETER LA FARGE: Rodeo Hand/ Trail To Mexico/ LEADBELLY: Cow Cow Yicky Yicky Yea/ When It's Springtime In The Rockies/ JOHN A. LOMAX JR.: Texian Boys/ HARRY MCCLINTOCK: Utah Carl/ HERMES NYE: The Devil Made Texas/ RAY REED: Zebra Dun/ PETE SEEGER: Home On The Range/ ROSALIE SORRELS: (there's An) Empty Cot In The Bunkhouse Tonight/ THE TEX-I-AN BOYS: Chisholm Trail/ Put Your Little Foot/ ROGER WELSCH: Horse Wrangler

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Yazoo 2022 When I Was A Cowboy, Vol. 1 ● CD $16.98
23 tracks, 69 min., highly recommended
A delightful collection of performances celebrating the romance and the hardships inherent in the life of an American cowboy. Most of the recordings were made during the late 1920's, and most of the artists, from either this nation's less tamed West or its mountainous South, can lay at least some claim to having experienced what they're singing about. Selections include Utah Carroll by the Cartwright Brothers, Bandit Cole Younger by Edward L. Crain, The Mormon Cowboy by Carl Sprague, The Wandering Cowboy by Patt Paterson & his Champion Rep Riders, Wild Hog in the Woods by Lonesome Luke & his Farm Hands, Haunted Hunter by Billie Maxwell, and Out on the Lone Star Cow Trail by Dick DeVall. Wonderfully innocent music, offered here with impressive sound quality, several vintage photos, and at least partial lyrics from most songs. (DH)
JULES ALLEN: 'longside The Santa Fe Trail/ THE ARKANSAS WOODCHOPPER: I'm A Texas Cowboy/ THE CARTWRIGHT BROTHERS: Texas Ranger/ Utah Carroll/ EDWARD L. CRAIN: Bandit Cole Younger/ THE CROWDER BROTHERS: Wild West Rambler/ DICK DEVALL: Out On The Lone Star Cow Trail/ J.D. FARLEY: Bill Was A Texas Lad/ LONESOME LUKE & HIS FARM HANDS: Wild Hog In The Woods/ MARTIN & ROBERTS: The Roundup In The Spring/ BILLIE MAXWELL: Haunted Hunter/ KEN MAYNARD: The Cowboy's Lament/ The Lone Star Trail/ HARRY MCCLINTOCK: Goodbye Old Paint/ Sam Bass/ ARTHUR MILES: Lonely Cowboy Pt.1/ Lonely Cowboy Pt.2/ PATTERSON, PATT & HIS CHAMPION REP RIDER: The Wandering Cowboy/ POWDER RIVER JACK: Tying A Knot In The Devil's Tail/ CARL T. SPRAGUE: The Last Longhorn/ The Mormon Cowboy/ TAYLOR'S KENTUCKY BOYS: The Dixie Cowboy/ WATTS & WILSON: The Sporting Cowboy

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Yazoo 2023 When I Was A Cowboy, Vol. 2 ● CD $16.98
Volume two of Yazoo's look at performers who were country (well . . . "cowboy" at least) when country wasn't cool includes Cowboy's Home Sweet Home by Jimmie Davis, Jess James by Harry McClintock, Get Along Little Dogies by the Cartwright Brothers, Back to My Wyoming Home by Gerald & Dixon, I'm a Wandering Bronco Rider by Rowdy Wright (Great name for a cowboy, don't you think?), The Fugitive's Lament by the Delmore Brothers, I'm a Lone Star Cowboy by J. D. Farley, The Burial of Wild Bill by Frank Jenkins & his Pilot Mountaineers, and Cowboy's Dream by McGinty's Oklahoma Cowboy Band. Every bit as good as volume one, which is very good indeed. And romantic illustrations of the dime novel sort provide the cover art for both volumes. My one quibble would be that in the liner note booklets of both volumes there is no specific discographical information, e. g. record label or year of issue. Oh well. (DH)
JULES ALLEN: The Gal I Left Behind Me/ THE CARTWRIGHT BROTHERS: Get Along Little Dogies/ The Dying Ranger/ THE CROCKETT FAMILY: Buffalo Galls Medley/ JIMMIE DAVIS: Cowboy's Home Sweet Home/ THE DELMORE BROTHERS: The Fugitive's Lament/ DICK DEVALL: Tom Sherman's Barroom/ J.D. FARLEY: I'm A Lone Star Cowboy/ GERALD & DIXON: Back To My Wyoming Home/ PAUL HAMBLIN: The Strawberry Roan/ JENKINS, FRANK & HIS PILOT MOUNTAINEERS: The Burial Of Wild Bill/ BUELL KAZEE: The Cowboy Trail/ BILLIE MAXWELL: Billy Venero, Pt. 1/ Billy Venero, Pt. 2/ KEN MAYNARD: Home On The Range/ HARRY MCCLINTOCK: Jesse James/ MCGINTY'S OKLAHOMA COWBOY BAND: Cowboy's Dream/ PATT PATTERSON: Snow Covered Face/ POWDER RIVER JACK: My Love Is A Cowboy/ CARL T. SPRAGUE: The Cowboy/ JACK WEBB: The Night Guard/ ROWDY WRIGHT: I'm A Jolly Cowboy/ I'm A Wandering Bronco Rider

 

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