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7 thoughts on “ Let Me Cry On Your Shoulder - Gene Autry - Favourites (CD)

  1. Back in the Saddle Again is a budget-priced compilation of Gene Autry, the singing cowboy and zionawareliwarfocomlisabziapo.coinfogh purists and collectors will find this disc incomplete, it gives new listeners a chance to sample such Autry classics as "Back in the Saddle Again," "Blue Canadian Rockies," and "Silver Spurs (On the Golden Stairs)." Unfortunately, a few of Autry's hits like "Button's & Bows" and.
  2. Track List Back in the Saddle Again I Hang My Head and Cry Tears on My Pillow Be Honest with Me Goodbye Little Darlin' Goodbye Lonely River Tweedle-O-Twill Under Fiesta Stars Let Me Cry on Your Shoulder Blue Canadian Rockies (I Was) Just Walking Out the Door Cowboy's Trademarks Can't Shake the Sands of Texas from My Shoes The Last Mile Home Dixie Cannonball Cowboy Blues You're the .
  3. Back In the Saddle Again: 22 Country Songs by Gene Autry - CD () for $ from zionawareliwarfocomlisabziapo.coinfo Country & Bluegrass - Order by Phone Price: $
  4. Orvon Gene Autry (September 29, – October 2, ) was an American performer who gained fame as The Singing Cowboy. Autry is the only entertainer to have been honored in all five categories by the Hollywood Walk of Fame, having been awarded stars for his performances in Radio, Recording, Motion Pictures, Television, and Live Theatre/performance.
  5. Orvon Gene Autry Profile: American performer, counted as one of the most important artists in the history of country music, Autry is the only person to be awarded stars in all five categories on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, for film, television, music, radio, and live performance.
  6. 02 – I Hang My Head and Cry 03 – Tears on My Pillow 04 – Be Honest with Me 05 – Goodbye Little Darlin’ Goodbye 06 – Lonely River 07 – Tweedle-O-Twill 08 – Under Fiesta Stars 09 – Let Me Cry on Your Shoulder 10 – Blue Canadian Rockies 11 – (I Was) Just .
  7. This Ember reissue from the '70s does not contain any of Gene Autry's RCA Victor or Columbia recordings from his heyday period of the early '30s through the mid-'50s. While this is not a bad bargain-bin find, if you're looking for the original hits, pick up The Essential Gene Autry: on Columbia/Legacy.

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