A Musical Anthology
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You'll find some previously unreleased gems on this companion soundtrack to the A&E Biography episode about the King of the Cowboys.
1. My Chickashay Gal
2. Sunday Kind Of Country Kind Of Love
3. Happy Anniversary
5. Without Sunshine
6. The Bible Tells Me So (Roy Rogers With Dale Evans)
7. These Are The Good Old Days
9. The Night Guard
10. Along The Navajo Trail
11. Money Can't Buy Love
12. Good To Be Home Again
13. Happy Trails
14. A Letter To Roy
15. Bonus Track
Top customer reviews
on December 22, 2009
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase
This product is announced as a Roy Rogers A&E biography. Instead, it is a audio CD. The CD is fine. We love Roy Rogers. But what this has to do with A&E biography, I still can't figure out. I was careless in my ordering--not to see it was a CD, but it was misleading.
on January 26, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Roy Rogers remains a beloved American hero. He basically played himself. This album includes some wonderful recordings. There are a few older cuts from the 40s and 50s on RCA. But most of the recordings are from the 60s and 70s on Capitol. Dale Evans is on two cuts. There are only a few cowboy songs on this collection. Most are of a country vein. Some of the best cuts are the previously unreleased songs. Where have they been? How come they were in the vaults so long? My favorite is Sunday Kind Of Love. Contrary to some descriptions, Hoppy, Gene, and Me isn't on this album. My beefs are very few. Some information about the recordings, especially the "new stuff," would have been nice. As with too many great albums, you wish it was longer. The album ends with a goodbye from one of his radio shows. You hear a little of Tumbling Tumbleweeds. This is a good introduction to Roy Rogers' outstanding singing and yodeling. There is one Gospel song. Dale Evans said that she wrote The Bible Tells Me So in a few minutes. It was the title song of their debut album with Capitol.
Format: Audio CD
This CD takes the listener on a pleasure ride down memory lane. Whether reminiscent of the Old West, or dominated by romance, humor or inspiration, all of its melodies are enjoyable. This is a great CD for all lifelong Saddle Pals.
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