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Cowboy Songs on Folkways

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Morning Grub Holler
Artist: Harry Jackson
0:18
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Round-Up Cook
Artist: Harry Jackson
0:48
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Chisholm Trail
Artist: Tex-I-An Boys, The, John Lomax, Jr.
3:00
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Whoopie Ti-Yi-Yo, Get Along Little Dogies
Artist: Woody Guthrie, Cisco Houston
3:01
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Little Joe, The Wrangler
Artist: Cisco Houston
2:39
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Little Joe, The Wrangler's Sister Nell
Artist: Harry Jackson
3:28
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Utah Carl
Artist: Harry McClintock, Haywire Mac
1:30
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Put Your Little Foot
Artist: Tex-I-An Boys, The, John Lomax, Jr
1:25
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Trail to Mexico
Artist: Peter LaFarge
2:27
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Las Chapparreras
Artist: Peter Hurd
1:21
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Buffalo Skinners
Artist: Woody Guthrie
3:15
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Zebra Dun
Artist: Ray Reed
3:51
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Some Cowboy Brag Talk
Artist: Harry Jackson
1:34
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Horse Wrangler
Artist: Roger Welsch
3:07
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Strawberry Roan
Artist: Harry Jackson
4:55
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The Tex-I-An Boys
Artist: Tex-I-An Boys, The, John Lomax, Jr.
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Out on the Western Plains (Cow-Cow Yicky Yicky Yea)
Artist: Lead Belly
1:33
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Jesse James
Artist: Woody Guthrie
3:00
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Home on the Range
Artist: Pete Seeger
1:51
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Empty Cot in the Bunkhouse Tonight
Artist: Rosalie Sorrels
2:12
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Springtime in the Rockies
Artist: Lead Belly
3:04
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Lone Star Trail
Artist: Dave Fredrickson
2:54
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Rodeo Hand
Artist: Peter LaFarge
1:47
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Philadelphia Lawyer (Reno Blues)
Artist: Woody Guthrie, Cisco Housto
2:31
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The Dying Cowboy
Artist: Cisco Houston
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Devil Made Texas
Artist: Hermes Nye
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Total Tracks: 26   Total Length: 62:32

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Gems . . .

luna_falo

The Lead Belly, Cisco Houston, and Woody Guthrie songs are phenomenal. Can't wait to use them for teaching!

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My Father's Favorite Song

javelina

My Dad grew up on a ranch in Arizona. "Little Joe" was one his favorite records when he was a kid. He told me that when the needle for the record player wore out, he would replace it with a cactus needle. My iPod is long way from his record player; but I will be thinking of my Dad when I'm listening to "Little Joe" though my headphones.

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They Say All Music Guide

Richly varied set, from Leadbelly to Woody Guthrie, drawn from the vast Folkways archives and dating from the early 40s to the 60s. Excellent annotations. – Charles S. Wolfe