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Gordon Macrae - Cowboy's Lament Album

Gordon Macrae - Cowboy's Lament Album

Performer: Gordon Macrae
Title: Cowboy's Lament
Style: Country
Released: 1957
Cat#: T-834
Country: US
Label: Capitol Records
Size MP3 version: 2545 mb
Size FLAC version: 1828 mb
Size WMA version: 2532 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 858
Genre: Folk & World

Gordon Macrae - Cowboy's Lament Album


1Wagon Wheels
Written-By – Billy Hill, Peter de Rose
2I Went To The City
Written-By – Dave Saxon, Bob Wells
3Cowboy's Lament (Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie)
Written-By – Traditional
4The Cowboy's Serenade (While Smoking My Last Cigarette)
Written-By – Rich Hall
5Oklahoma Hills
Written-By – Jack Guthrie, Woody Guthrie
6San Antonio Rose
Written-By – Bob Wills
7Tumbling Tumbleweeds
Written-By – Bob Nolan
8Green Grow The Lilacs
Written-By – Traditional
9The Last Round-Up
Written-By – Billy Hill
10Red River Valley
Written-By – Traditional
11Soothe My Lonely Heart
Written-By – Jeff Alexander
12How Green Was My Valley
Written-By – Alfred Newman, Paul Francis Webster


  • ConductorVan Alexander


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