- Performer:"Red River Dave" And Orchestra
- Title:Empty Saddles / Red River Valley
- Date of release:
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Performer: "Red River Dave" and Orchestra Writer: Billy Hill. Digitized from a shellac record, at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated eliptical, . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 40., Rolloff: -1. is the equalized version recorded with the . mil truncated eliptical stylus, and has been copied to have the more friendly filename
Red River Valley" is a folk song and cowboy music standard of uncertain origins that has gone by different names (such as "Cowboy Love Song", "Bright Sherman Valley", "Bright Laurel Valley", "In the Bright Mohawk Valley", and "Bright Little Valley"), depending on where it has been sung.
Artist: Red River Dave. Album: Empty Saddles. Download Red River Dave - The Convict and the Rose. Empty Saddles: Best 2 songs. Red River Dave - White Cross on the Hillside 02:56. Red River Dave - Moon Over The Wall (In East Berlin) Authentic Hillbilly Ballads and Topical Songs (1954-1976), Vol. 1, 2017 02:03. Artist: Red River Dave.
Red River Dave - Ballad of Francis Powers (There's a Star Spangled Banner Waving. Red River Dave - Ballad of Francis Powers (There's a Star Spangled Banner Waving.
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Red River Valley (song). This article is about a folk song. For other uses, see Red River Valley (disambiguation). The tune to "Red River Valley", set to new lyrics and entitled "Can I Sleep In Your Arms", was used on Willie Nelson's 1975 album Red Headed Stranger. Slim Whitman's version was included on his 1977 UK album Red River Valley. Johnny Cash wrote and performed a humorous song entitled "Please Don't Play Red River Valley" for his 1966 album Everybody Loves a Nut. Leonard Cohen, a lifelong country music enthusiast, has been recorded playing the song live in concert . David McEnery (1914-2002), singer-songwriter otherwise known as Red River Dave.
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