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Monday, November 25, 2013

Don't Touch Your Tongue to the Pump Handle


That's what they say when it's REALLY cold, out here in Oklahoma.

In weather like this, a singing cowboy might be tempted to use his guitar for kindling.  But then how could you accompany yourself when it's time to sing around that campfire?

ANYWAY ... these songs are featured on this LP from Natural Geographic:


1)  The Brazos River [2:40]
2)  Jesse James [2:52]
3)  Get Along Little Dogies [2:09]
4)  Red River Valley [2:54]
5)  Hell In Texas [2:20]
6)  Dreary Black Hills [1:56]
7)  Down In The Valley [2:36]
8)  Windy Bill [2:16]
9)  Little Joe, The Wrangler [3:10]
10)  The Old Chisholm Trail [1:40]
11)  Billy The Kid [2:27]
12)  Trusty Lariat [2:41]
13)  Old Paint [2:08]
14)  Night-Herding Song [1:43]
15)  The Streets Of Laredo [2:06]

16) Zebra Dun [2:11]
17)  Hangman, Hangman [2:22]

 
And here's how to round it up.

See ya later, podnuhs.
 

2 comments:


  1. Thanks for this entry, Mark!

    I was sorry to have missed your other post, Military Music in America, but I don't seem to get around here much anymore.

    However, that doesn't mean I don't still enjoy your blog and your musings.

    Take care!

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  2. "The hills are alive with the sound of musings ...." I LIKE IT! -- Mark

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