Lester Lanin - The Ballad Of Red River Valley / Tumbling Tumbleweeds album mp3
Tracklist: 1. Tumbling Tumbleweeds, 2. Home On The Range, 3. Empty Saddles, 4. Red River Valley, 5. Room Full Of Roses, 6. Along The Navajo Trail, 7. Don’t Fence Me In, 8. The Last Round-Up, 9. Twilight On The Trail, 10. Cool Water, 11. Rider In The Sky, 12. Whoopie-Ti-Yi-Yo, 13. The Shifting, Whispering Sands, 14. San Antonio Rose, 15. O Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie, 16. Ragtime Cowboy Joe, 17. Wagon Wheels, 18. Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle. 1. Tumbling Tumbleweeds. 2. Home On The Range. 5. Room Full Of Roses. 6. Along The Navajo Trail.
Tumbling Tumbleweeds" is a song composed by Bob Nolan. Although one of the most famous songs associated with the Sons of the Pioneers, the song was composed by Nolan in the 1930s, while working as a caddy and living in Los Angeles. Originally titled "Tumbling Leaves", the song was reworked into the title "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" and into fame with the 1935 Gene Autry film of the same name. In the song "Turn on, Tune in, Drop Out" by The Fugs on their 1968 album Tenderness Junction, the chorus of "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" is sung over part of the instrumental section. Jazz guitarist Grant Green recorded a version in 1962, which was released on the 1969 album Goin' West, and features Herbie Hancock on piano .
Red River Valley is an album by American recording artist Slim Whitman. It was his second and final number-one album in the UK. It spent four weeks at the top of the chart in 1977. Rhinestone Cowboy" (Larry Weiss). Mr. Ting-A-Ling (Steel Guitar Man)" (George Morgan). Too Young" (Sidney Lippman, Sylvia Dee). Let Me Call You Sweetheart" (Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman). (It's A) Small World" (Richard Sherman, Robert Sherman).
Tumbling Tumbleweeds - Foy Willing, The Riders Of The Purple Sage. Blue Shadows On The Trail - Foy Willing, The Riders Of The Purple Sage. Cowboys And Indians - Foy Willing, The Riders Of The Purple Sage. Home On The Range - Foy Willing, The Riders Of The Purple Sage.
See them tumbling down pledgin' their love to the ground Lonely but free I'll be found Driftin' along with a tumbling tumbleweed Cares of the past are behind nowhere to go but I'll find Just where the trail will wind Drifitn' along with a tumbling tumbleweed. I know when night has gone that a new world's born at dawn. I'll keep rollin' along deep in my heart is a song Here on the range I belong Driftin' along with a tumbling tumbleweed. I'm a roaming cowboy ridin' all day long Tumbleweeds around me sing their lonely song Nights underneath.
Red River Valley Lyrics. From this valley they say you are goin' I will miss your bright eyes and sweet smile For they say you are takin' the sunshine That has brightened our pathway the while. Do you think of the valley you're leavin' Oh how lonely and dreary it will be Do you think of the fond heart you're breakin' And the sadness you've cast over me. For a long time my dear, I've been waiting For the words that you never would say And alas my poor heart you are breakin' For they tell me you're goin' away
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