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by Joe Loesch

Download The Cowboy in Song and Story (The Americana Series) ePub
  • ISBN 1887729666
  • ISBN13 978-1887729666
  • Language English
  • Author Joe Loesch
  • Publisher Toy Box Productions; Unabridged edition (May 1, 1997)
  • Formats doc mobi lit mbr
  • Category Fiction
  • Size ePub 1175 kb
  • Size Fb2 1826 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 365

With tumbleweeds, dust storms, and bad weather, the American Cowboy holds a special place in the Wild West. Hear the stories and the songs that made them who they were. Narrated by Rick Schulman with 16 songs by Wayne Salveson (Montana's Singing Cowboy), you will come to know what it was like to be on the the open range.

Home on the Range, Red River Valley, The Zebra Dun, Sthe Strawberry Roan, Punchin' dough, Cowboy Jack, Chisholm Trail, Utah Carroll, When The Work's All Done This Fall, My Home's In Montana, The Trail To Mexico, Old Paint, Billy Venero, Patanio, The Cowby's Dream, and Little Joe The Wrangler.


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Hear the stories and the songs that made them who they. by Wayne Salveson, Joe Loesch, Rick Schulman.

Hear the stories and the songs that made them who they were. The Cowboy: In Song and Story (The Audiomagazine "Americana" Series). 1887262008 (ISBN13: 9781887262002). Narrated by Rick Schulman with 16 songs by Wayne Salveson (Montana's Singing Cowboy), you will come to know what it was like to be on the the open range. Home on the Range, Red River Valley, The Zebra Dun, Sthe Strawberry Roan, Punchin' dough, Cowboy Jack, Chisholm Trail, Utah Carroll, When The Work's All Done This Fall, My Home's In Montana, The Trail To Mexico, Old Paint, Billy Venero, Patanio, The Cowby's Dream, and Little Joe The Wrangler. Narrated by Rick Schulman with 16 songs by Wayne Salveson (Montana"s Singing Cowboy), you will come to know what it was like to be on the the open range. Home on the Range, Red River Valley, The Zebra Dun, Sthe Strawberry Roan, Punchin" dough, Cowboy Jack, Chisholm Trail, Utah Carroll, When The Work"s All Done This Fall, My Home"s In Montana, The Trail To Mexico, Old Paint, Billy Venero, Patanio, The Cowby"s Dream, and Little Joe The Wrangler.

America: A 200-Year Salute in Story and Song is a concept album and the 40th overall album by country singer Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in 1972 (see 1972 in music). The record is a mix of songs and narration, in which Cash attempts to describe elements of the country's past, including famous personalities like Paul Revere or Big Foot.

The series spanned two of the most defining decades in American pop . The inspired teaming of a cowboy and an Indian was a paradigm of racial harmony.

Through it all there was James Arness as Marshal Matt Dillon, tall in the saddle and afraid of nothing, except maybe marriage to Miss Kitty. Destry Rides Again packs memorable songs (Dietrich’s See What the Boys in the Back Room Will Have ) and memorable scenes (a ferocious catfight between Dietrich and Una Merkel) into 94 flawless minutes.

The cowboy has told his own story in many songs and ballads. Hundreds of these have come from cowboys whose names are not known. They just sang these songs as they rode on the saddles of their horses across the cattle lands. Or, as they sat at their campfires at night. They sang about the things that were close to them. Horses and cows and danger and death. Often, they sang about the long ride to the cattle markets where the cows were sold for beef, as in this song called, "Git Along Little Dogie.

The book presents many examples and stories of Strummer's genuine kindness and fraternal ethics. Overall, I feel the perspective we gain of Strummer in the book is probably a fair and balanced one although it leaves him hopelessly exposed and more vulnerable in death than he was even in life.

The story of the cowboy begins as the Civil War ends The antagonist of the book is considered the first stereotypical presentation of what we now know as the cowboy character.

The story of the cowboy begins as the Civil War ends. After the war, cattle were in considerable demand and Texas was the home of most cattle ranches; Texas would eventually be the leading supplier of beef for most of the country. The renegade image of the cowboy has no basis in fact and accomplishes very little in helping us understand what it meant to be an American cowboy. The cowboy was a product of post-war demographics and economy; as such, he lasted a very brief time, roughly from about 1865 to about 1890. The antagonist of the book is considered the first stereotypical presentation of what we now know as the cowboy character.