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Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records Texas Jim Robertson Ridin' Old Pai

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Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records

Texas Jim Robertson Ridin' Old Paint

The Texas Song

Home on the Range

The Cowboy’s Dream

Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra Riders in the Sky (A Cowboy Legend)

Single Saddle

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Texas Jim Robertson ‎– Ridin' Old Paint / The Texas Song

Victor 27553

Style: Country

A: Ridin old Paint

TEXAS JIM ROBERTSON with male quartet and orchestra

Composer unknown P84-7

B: The Texas Song

Composers Bob Miller, Vasca Suede P84-8

Texas Jim Robertson was a native of Texas as his name might suggest. He started off singing when his aunt invited him out to Charlotte, NC for a visit when he was about sixteen years old. While there, he got a job singing the old western songs. It wasn't too long before his fame spread and he was offered a stint with the NBC network.

Texas Jim Robertson ‎ Home on the Range / The Cowboy’s Dream

A: 27550-A P84-1 Home on the Range

B 27550 - The Cowboy’s Dream P84-2

Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra ‎– Riders in the Sky (A Cowboy Legend) / Single Saddle

RCA Victor ‎– 20-3411

Released: 1949

Genre: Jazz, Folk, World, & Country

Style: Big Band

A: Riders in the Sky (A Cowboy Legend)

Vocals [Vocal Refrain] – Vaughn Monroe & the Quartet

Composer – Stan Jones

B: Single Saddle

Vocals [Vocal Refrain] – Vaughn Monroe, Composers Arthur Altman, Hal David

 

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