Western Music Time(21-25 Feb 2018),DJ OJ Sikes

Opening theme

More of the Most Important Western Songs in the first part of the 20th Century, from Jim Bob Tinsley’s book: FOR A COWBOY HAS TO SING

Pecos Bill (1947) – Tex Ritter with  Andy Parker & the Plainsmen 

Blue Shadows on the Trail (1947) – Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers     Riders in the Sky (A Cowboy Legend) (1949) – Vaughn Monroe 

Happy Trails (1950) – Roy Rogers & Dale Evans  

Gunsmoke (1952) – Ken Curtis

High Noon (1952) – Tex Ritter

El Paso  (1957) – Marty Robbins

More Early Western and  Cowboy Traditional Songs from Jim Bob Tinsley’s book: HE WAS SINGIN’ THIS SONG

Trail Songs

The Old Chisholm Trail – Ray Whitley

The Railroad Corral – Rex Allen

Whoopie ti-Yi-Yo, Git Along, Little Dogies – Eddie Dean with Hi Busse & the Frontiersmen

The Colorado Trail – Roy Rogers

Songs of Tragedy

The Texas Rangers – Tex Ritter

Billy Venero – Marty Robbins 

Blood on the Saddle – Tex Ritter

Cowboy’s Lament – Sons of the Pioneers

O Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie -  Sons of the Pioneers

Cowboy Jubilee – Sons of the Pioneers

Don’t Fence Me In – Bing Crosby & the Andrews Sisters

Goodbye Old Pal – Don Edwards

Whirlwind – Gene Autry

4 More of Jim Bob’s Traditional Western Songs of Tragedy

Little Joe the Wrangler – Cisco Houston

Utah Carroll – Marty Robbins

When the Work’s All Done this Fall – Les Gilliam

There’s an Empty Cot in the Bunkhouse Tonight – Gene Autry

21st Century Blues - Wylie & the Wild West

Songs about Ft Worth, Dallas & Houston

Ft Worth, Dallas or Houston – George Hamilton IV

Big D – 50 Guitars of Tommy Garrett

Got a Dolly Down in Dallas – Billy Williams

Houston – Gatlin Brothers

Houston – Dean Martin

What’s Fort Worth? – George Hamilton IV

Ft. Worth Jail – Tex Ritter

Cowboys are a Girl’s Best Friend – Lynn Anderson

Old Cowboy – The High Country Cowboys

Cimarron (Roll on) – Billy Vaughn

Closing theme

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