Sunday, October 22, 2017

Hear it here: ROY ROGERS and DALE EVANS - 16 Great Songs of The Old West (1958)

I'm pretty sure that most, if not all, of the songs on this album first appeared on Golden Records singles. In their next incarnation, all eight singles were collected in a cool boxed set called "Song Wagon." Then came the LPs. I've seen four different versions of the album. The cover art and contents (I think) are all the same, but the titles are slightly different. Where "A Child's Introduction to The West" falls in that progression is a mystery to me. In any case, I've posted the whole thing on YouTube in two parts (Side 1 & Side 2), and I think it's pretty dang listenable. Hope you agree.


Jerry House said...


Cap'n Bob said...

Why is Buttermilk an Appaloosa?