Sons of the Pioneers - The Everlasting Hills Of Oklahoma / Let's Pretend mp3 album
|Genre:||Country & Folk & World|
|Performer:||Sons of the Pioneers|
|Title:||The Everlasting Hills Of Oklahoma / Let's Pretend|
|Date of release:||1952|
|MP3 album size:||1856 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1812 mb|
|Digital formats:||AIFF AHX MPC MIDI MMF VOX ADX|
That good old western music with the Sons Of The Pioneers.
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Sons Of The Pioneers (Don't Your Conscience Ever Bother You) Hang Your Head In Shame. Sons Of The Pioneers One More Ride. Sons Of The Pioneers The Shifting, Whispering Sands.
The everlasting hills of Oklahoma Are told in clouded statues in the sky Pioneers who long have gone Their wagon wheels still rumble on When thunder peals and falls upon The everlasting hills of Oklahoma. The everlasting hills of Oklahoma Will live in name of men she claimed her own Some were right and some were wrong In history's pages, prose and song Oh, hail them now for they all belong To The everlasting hills of Oklahoma. Send "Everlasting Hills Of Oklahoma" Ringtone to your Cell. Другие песни из Sons Of The Pioneers. Everlasting Hills Of Oklahoma.
The album also features 40-year veteran and trailboss Luther Nallie playing dixieland clarinet on Just A Closer Walk With Thee. There are 2 bonus tracks (Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma and Blue Prairie) with orchestra. These are all-new recordings using state of the art equipment. Blue Sky Way Out Yonder. Ghost Riders in the Sky.
SONS OF THE PIONEERS: Wagons West (4-CD). 315 mns. The Sons of the Pioneers were the first - and greatest - western harmony group. Their wonderful close harmony has never been equaled. 13 The Everlasting Hills Of Oklahoma. 14 Chant Of The Wanderer. 22 Cigareets, Whiskey And Wild Women. 23 Teardrops In My Heart.
Here is another Sons of Pioneers tune written by Tim Spencer (1947); Tim considered this piece his finest composition. To play it I transposed this song from the key of Eb to the Key of G for easier playing, and simplified the arrangement a bit more by making a couple less chord changes with this arrangement. The Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma (in key of G). GC The everlasting hills of Oklahoma.
Sons Of The Pioneers song lyrics. This is another pretty "Sons of Pioneers" tune about hills (My last submission was the "Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma"). This time the state is Wyoming. This song was written by two songwriters who had never been to Wyoming, written at Palm Springs for the motion picture "Palm Springs" starring Bing Crosby. Leo Robin & Ralph Rainger wrote this song in 1936. Hills of Old Wyomin'. D7 Let me ride on a trail in the hills of Old Wyomin'. Cm Where the Coyotes wail in the gloamin'.
On this seminal cowboy song album, the Sons of the Pioneers' gorgeous vocal harmonies were augmented, but never overwhelmed by, a full orchestra. RCA's 1966 compilation THE BEST OF THE SONS OF THE PIONEERS was issued in mono (LPM-3476) and reprocessed stereo (LSP-3476-e). Recordings are from the late 1940s and '50s. There's no large orchestra here; just vocals and a minimum of instruments (the equivalent of a small western swing band on some). SIDE TWO Tumbling Tumbleweeds The Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma Riders in the Sky The Last Round-Up Room Full of Roses Chant of the Wanderer.
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