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Sourdough Slim | Old Time Cowboy Songs

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Old Time Cowboy Songs

by Sourdough Slim

Traditional cowboy songs with original instrumental interludes. Captures the authentic feel of these vintage gems. Very unique and entertaining presentation. Accompaniment on accordion, guitar, national steel, six string banjo and harmonica.
Genre: Country: Cowboy
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1. Little Joe the Wrangler
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2. Git Along Little Dogies
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3. Shorty's Demise
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4. Old Batch
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5. The Big Corral
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6. Rimrock Ride
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7. Open up Them Pearly Gates
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8. Half Way to Rackerby
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9. Buffalo Gals
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10. Goodbye Old Paint
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11. Two Gun Polka
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12. Down in the Valley
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13. Oh, Dem Golden Slippers
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14. Cowboy Jack
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15. East of Miller Hill
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16. The Yellow Rose of Texas
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Roots music to the max. Sourdough Slim has been billed as the "Last Of The Vaudeville Cowboys." He has traveled the world performing at festivals, concert halls and events for 30 years sharing his authentic stylings of vintage cowboy, country blues, novelty and jazz music. This CD captures that great music of yore, intertwined with some fantastic original instrumentals. You'll swear these recordings are from 78's circa 1920's and 30's.

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