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As would be expected from a CD titled "South Of The Border" this disc features notable cowboy songs and western affiliations such as the soundtrack music from the classic John Ford western "Stagecoach" which made a star of John Wayne. Surprisingly Glenn Miller and both his civilian and forces bands played a number of western songs usually featuring the laid back voice of the Brooklyn cowboy, Tex Beneke. Another artist who sang more than a few western songs was of course Bing Crosby often accompanied by the Andrews Sisters. Hollywood cowboys Gene Autry and Roy Rogers also add to this compilation as do Frankie Laine and Vaughn Monroe famed for his version of Ghost Riders In The Sky. All of these artists and more are featured on this interestingly themed CD.
As would be expected from a CD titled "South Of The Border" this disc features notable cowboy songs and western affiliations such as the soundtrack music from the classic John Ford western "Stagecoach" which made a star of John Wayne. Surprisingly Glenn Miller and both his civilian and forces bands played a number of western songs usually featuring the laid back voice of the Brooklyn cowboy, Tex Beneke. Another artist who sang more than a few western songs was of course Bing Crosby often accompanied by the Andrews Sisters. Hollywood cowboys Gene Autry and Roy Rogers also add to this compilation as do Frankie Laine and Vaughn Monroe famed for his version of Ghost Riders In The Sky. All of these artists and more are featured on this interestingly themed CD.
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South Of The Border (Various Artists)
Artist: Various Artists
Format: CD
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As would be expected from a CD titled "South Of The Border" this disc features notable cowboy songs and western affiliations such as the soundtrack music from the classic John Ford western "Stagecoach" which made a star of John Wayne. Surprisingly Glenn Miller and both his civilian and forces bands played a number of western songs usually featuring the laid back voice of the Brooklyn cowboy, Tex Beneke. Another artist who sang more than a few western songs was of course Bing Crosby often accompanied by the Andrews Sisters. Hollywood cowboys Gene Autry and Roy Rogers also add to this compilation as do Frankie Laine and Vaughn Monroe famed for his version of Ghost Riders In The Sky. All of these artists and more are featured on this interestingly themed CD.
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