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Dickson Hall - Cowboy (Song Of The Cowboy) / It's A Long Walk Home album download
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Artist: Dickson Hall. Album: The Best Of Country Vol. 1. Release year: 2009. Dickson Hall - Cowboy Classic Cowboy Hits From Film & Tv, 2009 02:30. Artist: Dickson Hall.

The Origin of the Cowboy Song. Cowboy songs originated during the long cattle drives of the late 1800s (1870-1890), when ranch hands were responsible for moving large herds of semi-wild longhorns from Texas to the rail lines in Kansas. During that short 20 year period, it is estimated that around 10 million head of cattle were herded north to the rail stations. On the average, each trail drive contained maybe 2,000 to 5,000 head of cattle. It was believed that if the animals could here a familiar voice, then they would be less likely to be spooked over the course of the night. Many of the original Cowboy songs involved yodeling, a singing style more often associated with the Swiss Alps than the American West. Nonetheless, yodeling survived and even flourished during the long trail drives of the late 1800s.

Bryant Oden is by far one of the best musical artists I have heard in a long long time" ~Eddy. Please keep doing what you are doing. your songs make people so so so happy. Now high school students are singing the duck song in the hall ways in Mississippi. It's actually music that we, as adults, can listen to and not go crazy when we hear it over and over again.

Album · 1992 · 10 Songs. So Long to the Red River Valley. 10 Songs, 29 Minutes. Released: 1 Jan 1992. 1992 Warner Records In. manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company. More By Sons of the San Joaquin.

Listen to Cowboy Johnny or read the songtext of this kids song at minidisco. Yippiaiyee (Yippiaiyee) Yippiayoo (Yippiayoo) Yippiaiyee (Yippiaiyee) Yippiayoo (Yippiayoo) Cowboy Johnny is the hero of our town He’s the best one we’ve ever had. Cowboy Johnny is in love with Marie Cowboy Johnny is in love with Marie And sometimes he gives her a kiss on her cheek Cowboy Johnny is in love with Marie. Cowboy Johnny takes her to the saloon Cowboy Johnny takes her to the saloon And they dance around and have lots of fun Cowboy Johnny and Marie in the saloon

The Cowboy Song may refer to. "The Cowboy Song", written by Amos Stagg sung by Garth Brooks from his 1993 album In Pieces. The Cowboy Song", the B-side of Public Image Lt. s 1978 single "Public Image". Cowboy Song", a song by Thin Lizzy from their album Jailbreak. Cowboy Song", a 1998 song by Blur from the Dead Man on Campus soundtrack. The Cowboy Song", an unreleased studio track from The Real Thing album by Faith No More released on their official live album: Live at the Brixton Academy.

The field recordings Alan Lomax gathered for the Archive of American Folk Music housed at the Library of Congress are among the most important recordings ever made, and in spite of whatever private agendas Lomax had at the time, they remain an invaluable glimpse into what America was singing before the music industry geared up and took over the radio waves. Lomax as a singer and interpreter of some of those same songs, however, which is what is collected here, is an entirely different matter.

It started off as this loner cowboy kind of vibe. It’s like running away from everything, basically. I found the beat in late October on YouTube and released the song early December. It was gonna be a serious kind of song with country influence, of course. A lot of my music before Old Town Road, I was just trying to make music I thought everybody wanted

Tracklist

A Cowboy (Song Of The Cowboy) 2:30
B It's A Long Walk Home 2:42

Notes

Released simultaneously with the soundtrack of the film "Song of the Cowboy".
That song was not performed in the picture, however.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
5-9262 Dickson Hall Cowboy (Song Of The Cowboy) / It's A Long Walk Home ‎(7", Single, Promo) Epic 5-9262 US 1958
5-9262 Dickson Hall Cowboy (Song Of The Cowboy) / It's A Long Walk Home ‎(7", Single, Promo) Epic 5-9262 US 1958