Artículos con la etiqueta "when the cowboy sings"

Music · 01/23/2020
“Red Neckin 'Love Makin' Night”, a song written by Troy Seals and Max D. Barnes, was recorded by Conway Twitty for the MCA label, in November 1980, at Woodland Sound Studio, 1011 Woodland St., Nashville, TN, In the same session four more songs were recorded, Conway was accompanied in this session by: Johnny Christopher (acoustic guitar), Jimmy Capps (acoustic guitar), Reggie Young (lead guitar), John Hughey (steel), Paul Uhrig (bass), Jerry Carrigan (drums and percussion), Buddy Spicher (fiddle)
Music · 01/22/2020
“I Can't Believe She Gives It All to Me”, a song written and recorded by Conway Twitty for the MCA label, on January 4, 1974, in Bradley’s Barn, Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN. With the production of Owen Bradley, the song was released in November 1976, on January 22, 1977, reached # 1 on the charters of the US Hot Country Songs, remaining on the charts for 14 weeks. The same day will also reach number # 1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts. It was the eighteenth number one in Conw
Music · 01/22/2020
“Deeper Than The Holler”, a song written by Paul Overstreet and Don Schlitz, was recorded by Randy Travis for the Warner label, on April 1988, in Nightingale Studio, 1815 Division St., Suite 115, Nashville, TN, in the session For recording the album, Randy was accompanied by: Steve Gibson (guitar), Brent Mason (guitar), Mark Casstevens (guitar), Larry Byrom (guitar), Bela Fleck (guitar), Jerry Douglas (guitar), Doyle Grisham (steel), David Hungate (bass), Larry Londin (drums), Mark O'Connor (fid
Music · 01/16/2020
“If We Make It Through December”, a song written by Merle Haggard, was recorded by Merle Haggard & The Strangers for the Capitol label on January 16, 1973, at Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, Two other songs were recorded at the same recording session: “Big bad Bill (Is sweet William now)” unissued, and “I'll break out again tonight”. In the recording session Merle was accompanied by: Marcy Nichols (guitar), Roy Nichols (guitar), Bobby Wayne (guitar), Joseph Zinkan
reviews · 01/14/2020
Red Steagall has “done it all,” with tremendous successes in television, radio, music & poetry recordings, songwriting, motion pictures, writing and “live” performances. And his talent has been widely recognized, resulting in winning every award you can think of. In 2019, he released this ten track CD comprised of eight songs and two poems. You’ll hear a religious influence in some of the songs, e.g. “I Ride for the Brand of the Man with the Nail Scarred Hands” and “When He’s Gathered Up the
Music · 01/14/2020
“You Don't Even Know Who I Am”, a song written by Gretchen Peters, was recorded by Patty Loveless for the Epic label, was recorded in the spring of 1994, at Woodland Sound Studio, 1011 Woodland St., Nashville, TN, In the recording session of the album, Patty was accompanied by: Steve Gibson (acoustic and electric guitar and mandolin), Richard Bennett (acustic and electric guitar), Paul Worley (acoustic guitar), Biff Watson (acoustic guitar), Jerry Douglas (slide guitar), Stuart Duncan (mandolin
reviews · 01/13/2020
Rex Allen used to say that, in his opinion, Jimmy Wakely was the most underrated singer in Hollywood. You can hear the reasons Rex held Wakely in such high regard in this collection of 84 recordings, including all of his 24 hits and a variety of music (he was popular in the pop field as well as in the western and country genres). His Number 1 hits with Margaret Whiting are here, as are songs from his movie days, beginning with his 1940 recording of “Cimarron (Roll On)” with the Jimmy Wakely Tri
Podcasts · 01/12/2020
Western Wind Ride with the Wind – Riders in the Sky Wind – Sons of the Pioneers Maria – The Browns Montana Wind – Trinity Seely The Wind Goes – Marty Robbins Dusty Winds – Dave Stamey The Wayward Wind – Hank Snow Old Western Wind – Jimmy Wakely Trio Driftin’ with the Wind – RW Hampton Kin to the Wind – Marty Robbins The Western Moon The Man in the Moon is a Cowhand – Roy Rogers Roll Along Prairie Moon – Hays County Gals & Pals The Man in the Moon – Chuck Cusimano Pale Moon – Marty Gold Rocky Mou
Music · 01/11/2020
“I'm Gonna Love You Back to Loving Me Again”, a song written by Larry Cheshier and Murry Kellum, was recorded by Joe Stampley for the Epic label, was recorded in November 1980, between studios, Sound Emporium, Nashville, TN, Woodland Sound Studio, Nashville, TN, and Columbia Recording Studio, Nashville, TN. With the production of Ray Baker, the song was released on December 23, 1980, and on March 28, 1981, it reached # 9 on the charts of US Hot Country Songs, remaining on charts for a total of 1
Podcasts · 01/11/2020
My Dear Old Arizona Home – Rex Allen Salute to Rex Allen, Jr. Lonely Little Robin – Rex Allen. The Great Mail Robbery – Rex Allen, Jr. Goodbye – Rex Allen, Jr. It’s Over – Rex Allen, Jr. Whatever Happened to Randolph Scott? – The Statler Brothers Teardrops in My Heart – Rex Allen, Jr. Can You Hear Those Pioneers? – Rex Allen, Jr., Rex Allen, Sr., Lloyd Perryman & Rusty Richards Ride Cowboy Ride – Rex Allen, Jr. & the Reinsmen Roundup Time – Rex Allen, Jr. & the Reinsmen Blue Prairie – Rex Allen,

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