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The Yodelling Cowboy Years

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Did You See My Daddy Over There?
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Broken Dreams
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Abdul Abulbul Amir
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I Won't Be at Home
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Going Back to Birmingham
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Little Old Band of Gold
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Rocking Alone in an Old Rocking Chair
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Don't Trade Your Love for Gold
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Satisfied Mind
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Yellow Roses
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Troubled Heart
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Sulva Bay
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Yodelling Craze
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Anna Marie
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Riding Down the Canyon
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These Hands
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Streamlined Yodel Song
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Little White Duck
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She Taught Me to Yodel
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Blue Tail Fly
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On the Mississippi Shore
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Jingle Jangle Jingle
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My Sweetheart's in Love with a Swiss Mountaineer
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Yodelling Mad
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Craven a Jingle
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Whiplash Theme
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Cattle Carters Theme
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The Anzac's Last Letter
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High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me)
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Blue Shadows on the Trail
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Blue Suede Shoes
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 31   Total Length: 77:22

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They Say All Music Guide

English born Frank Ifield was a superstar in the U.K. and Australia with an unusual vocal style which mixed traditional country yodeling with slick pop styling. The 31 tracks on Yodelling Cowboy Years were recorded prior to his well-known pop hits of the ’60s like “I Remember You,” and focus on such classic cowboy songs as “Jingle Jangle Jingle,” “High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me),” and “Yellow Roses.” While this isn’t the most comprehensive title in Ifield’s catalog, those who specifically appreciate this period of his career should track it down. – Al Campbell