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8 thoughts on “ Ive Learned A Lot About Women - Roy Rogers (3) - Country Music Legends (CD)

  • Garr
    16.12.2019 at 05:52
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    – Louise Massey & Her Westerners* My Adobe Hacienda: – Roy Rogers (3) I've Learned A Lot About Women: – Bob Wills: Take Me Back To Tulsa: – Spade Cooley: Three Way Boogie: – Gene Autry: Don't Fence Me In: – Merle Travis: Divorce Me C.O.D. – The Texas Wanderen. Reply
  • Malagore
    21.12.2019 at 16:30
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    Perhaps the most well-known of all Rogers' songs was one written by Evans and (originally) recorded by them together, "Happy Trails," which became the theme of The Roy Rogers Show. From the s onward, his repertory included country music as well as Western songs and spirituals, the latter often recorded with Evans. Reply
  • Tagami
    20.12.2019 at 17:24
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    The songs on this cd were recorded in the 70's and have more of a country influence than a western influence. They are quite different from any other Roy music I've found and thoroughly enjoyable. "Lovenworth" in particular is a huge hit with my whole family, even those who usually complain when I put in a Roy Rogers cd/5(17). Reply
  • Araktilar
    21.12.2019 at 10:27
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    Roy Rogers was an icon for a generation of American youth and had a huge positive impact on the United States as a whole. He was a hero and a truly good man. *** Please take a moment to register your Free FunTrivia ID. *** Points you earn from this quiz will then be saved, and you can also. Reply
  • Dazuru
    14.12.2019 at 05:56
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    Tribute, an Album by Roy Rogers. Released 24 September on RCA (catalog no. R; CD). Genres: Cowboy, Country. Reply
  • Nishakar
    19.12.2019 at 15:52
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    Roy Rogers Top Songs • #1: "Hi-Yo, Silver" • #2: "Hoppy, Gene and Me" • #3: "My Chickashay Gal" • #4: "A Little White Cross on the Hill" • #5: "Stampede. Reply
  • Kigalmaran
    14.12.2019 at 01:01
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    Roy Rogers, Soundtrack: Lights of Old Santa Fe. Roy Rogers (born Leonard Slye) moved to California in , aged He played in such musical groups as The Hollywood Hillbillies, Rocky Mountaineers, Texas Outlaws, and his own group, the International Cowboys. In he formed a group with Bob Nolan called Sons of the Pioneers. While in that group he was known as Leonard Slye, then Dick . Reply
  • Vigrel
    16.12.2019 at 16:44
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    Roy Rogers - Legends of the Blues by mendocinocollege. Roy Rogers- Devil Got My Woman by mendocinocollege. Roy Rogers (slide guitar) - Black Cat Bone Roy Rogers -Who Do You Love - Monte Rio Music Festival - Best Act of the Show by Dean Palermo. [Private video]. Reply

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