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  • Marty Robbins - El Paso

    4:24

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  • Marty Robbins - Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs - Vintage Music Songs

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    Big iron 00:00:00,00
    A hundred and sixty acres 00:03:55,07
    They're hanging me tonight 00:05:31,19
    Cool water 00:08:31,09
    Billy the kid 00:11:43,14
    Utah carol 00:13:59,14
    The strawberry Roan 00:17:09,07
    The master's call 00:20:27,16
    Running gun 00:23:30,08
    El paso 00:25:39,03
    In the valley 00:30:19,21
    The little green valley 00:32:06,17
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  • Big Iron

    3:56

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    Big Iron · Marty Robbins

    Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs

    ℗ 1999 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Released on: 1994-05-04

    Producer: Don Law
    Mastering Engineer: M.C. Rather
    Guitar: Thomas Grady Martin
    Mastering Engineer: Hollis Flatt
    Guitar: Jack H. Pruett
    Drums: Louis Dunn
    Background Vocal: The Glaser Brothers
    Bass: Bob Moore

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  • Marty Robbins - El Paso

    4:21

    Marty Robbins, “El Paso” off of Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs
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    Lyrics:
    Out In The West Texas Town Of El Paso
    I Fell In Love With A Mexican Girl
    Nighttime Would Find Me In Rosa's Cantina
    Music Would Play And Felina Would Whirl
    Blacker Than Night Were The Eyes Of Felina
    Wicked And Evil While Casting A Spell
    My Love Was Deep For This Mexican Maiden
    I Was In Love, But In Vain I Could Tell
    One Night A Wild Young Cowboy Came In
    Wild As The West Texas Wind
    Dashing And Daring, A Drink He Was Sharing
    With Wicked Felina, The Girl That I Loved
    So In Anger I Challenged His Right For The Love Of This Maiden
    Down Went His Hand For The Gun That He Wore
    My Challenge Was Answered In Less Than A Heartbeat
    The Handsome Young Stranger Lay Dead On The Floor
    Just For A Moment I Stood There In Silence
    Shocked By The Foul Evil Deed I Had Done
    Many Thoughts Raced Through My Mind As I Stood There
    I Had But One Chance And That Was To Run
    Out Through The Back Door Of Rosa's I Ran
    Out Where The Horses Were Tied
    I Caught A Good One, It Looked Like It Could Run
    Up On Its Back And Away I Did Ride
    Just As Fast As I Could From
    The West Texas Town Of El Paso
    Out To The Badlands Of New Mexico
    Back In El Paso My Life Would Be Worthless
    Everything's Gone; In Life Nothing Is Left
    It's Been So Long Since I've Seen The Young Maiden
    My Love Is Stronger Than My Fear Of Death
    I Saddled Up And Away I Did Go
    Riding Alone In The Dark
    Maybe Tomorrow A Bullet Will Find Me
    Tonight Nothing's Worse Than This Pain In My Heart
    And At Last Here I Am On The Hill Overlooking El Paso
    I Can See Rosa's Cantina Below
    My Love

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  • Am I That Easy To Forget - Marty Robbins

    2:10

    Marty Robbins Spotlight - 1978

  • Marty Robbins - Dont Worry About Me

    3:56

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  • Marty Robbins - Big Iron

    3:58

    Marty Robbins, “Big Iron” off of Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs, as featured in Fallout New Vegas
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    Lyrics:
    To the town of Agua Fria rode a stranger one fine day
    Hardly spoke to folks around him, didn't have too much to say,
    No one dared to ask his business, no one dared to make a slip
    The stranger there among them had a big iron on his hip,
    Big iron on his hip
    It was early in the morning when he rode into the town
    He came riding from the south side, slowly lookin' all around
    He's an outlaw loose and runnin', came a whisper from each lip
    And he's here to do some business with a big iron on his hip,
    Big iron on his hip
    In this town there lived an outlaw by the name of Texas Red
    Many men had tried to take him and that many men were dead
    He was vicious and a killer, though a youth of twenty four
    And the notches on his pistol numbered one and nineteen more,
    One and nineteen more
    Now the stranger started talkin' made it plain to folks around
    Was an Arizonia ranger, wouldn't be too long in town
    He was here to take an outlaw back alive or maybe dead
    And he said it didn't matter that he was after Texas Red,
    After Texas Red
    Wasn't long before this story was relayed to Texas Red
    But the outlaw didn't worry, men who tried before were dead
    Twenty men had tried to take him, twenty men had made a slip,
    Twenty one would be the ranger with the big iron on his hip,
    Big iron on his hip
    Now the morning passed so quickly and it was time for them to meet
    It was twenty past eleven when they rode out in the street
    Folks were watchin' from their windows,
    Every body held their breath,
    They knew this handsome ranger was about to meet his death,
    About to meet his death
    There was twenty feet between them
    When they stopped to make their play
    And the swiftness of the Ranger still talked about today
    Texas Red had not cleared leather when a bullet fairly ripped
    And the ranger's aim was deadly, with the big iron on his hip,
    Big iron on his hip
    It was over in a moment and the crowd all gathered 'round
    There before them lay the body of the outlaw on the ground
    Oh, he might have went on livin' but he made one fatal slip
    When he tried to match the ranger with the big iron on his hip,
    Big iron on his hip
    Big iron, big iron,
    Oh he tried to match the ranger with the big iron on his hip,
    Big iron on his hip


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  • The Masters Call

    3:06

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    The Master's Call · Marty Robbins

    Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs

    ℗ 1999 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Released on: 1994-05-04

    Guitar: Thomas Grady Martin
    Guitar: Jack H. Pruett
    Drums: Louis Dunn
    Associated Performer: The Glaser Brothers
    Bass: Bob Moore
    Producer: Don Law
    Mastering Engineer: M.C. Rather
    Mastering Engineer: Hollis Flatt

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  • Marty Robbins - - Medley on the Grand Ole Opry

    14:25

    Marty Robbins Sings - A White Sport Coat [And A Pink Carnation]
    2:09 Love Me
    5:13 You Gave Me A Mountain
    9:01 El Paso

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  • Marty Robbins - Devil Woman.flv

    2:54

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  • Marty Robbins - El Paso

    4:44

    Marty Robbins performed El Paso live on The Drifter in 1965.

  • Marty Robbins & Merle Haggard - Dont Worry Bout Me

    3:15

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  • Marty Robbins - Theyre Hanging Me Tonight

    3:07

    Marty Robbins, “They're Hanging Me Tonight” off of Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs
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    Lyrics:
    When I hear the raindrops comin' down it makes me sad and blue
    Was on a rainy night like this that Flo said we were through.
    I told her how I loved her, and I begged her not to go
    But another man had changed her mind so I said goodbye to Flo.
    Alone within my cell tonight my heart is filled with fear
    The only sound within the room is the falling of each tear.
    I think about the thing I've done, I know it wasn't right
    They'll bury Flo tomorrow, but they're hanging me tonight.
    That night he came and took my Flo and headed in to town
    I knew I had to find this man and try to gun him down
    As I walked by a dim cafe and I looked through the door
    I saw my Flo with her new love and I couldn't stand no more,
    I couldn't stand no more.
    I took my pistol from my hip and with a trembling hand
    I took the life of pretty Flo and that good for nothin' man
    That good for nothin' man!
    I think about the thing I've done, I know it wasn't right
    They'll bury Flo tomorrow, but they're hanging me tonight.

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  • Marty Robbins - Ballad Of The Alamo

    3:40

    Martin David Robinson (September 26, 1925 December 8, 1982), known professionally as Marty Robbins, was an American singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist.

    One of the most popular and successful American country and Western singers of his era, for most of his nearly four-decade career, Robbins was rarely far from the country music charts, and several of his songs also became pop hits.

    The Alamo, originally known as Mission San Antonio de Valero, is a former Roman Catholic mission and fortress compound, now a museum, in San Antonio, Texas. The compound, which originally comprised a sanctuary and surrounding buildings, was built by the Spanish Empire in the 18th century for the education of local Native Americans after their conversion to Christianity. In 1793, the mission was secularized and soon abandoned. Ten years later, it became a fortress housing the Mexican Army group the Second Flying Company of San Carlos de Parras, who likely gave the mission the name Alamo.

    Mexican soldiers held the mission until December 1835, when General Martin Perfecto de Cos surrendered it to the Texian Army following the siege of Bexar. A relatively small number of Texian soldiers then occupied the compound. Texian General Sam Houston believed the Texians did not have the manpower to hold the fort and ordered Colonel James Bowie to destroy it. Bowie chose to disregard those orders and instead worked with Colonel James C. Neill to fortify the mission. On February 23, Mexican General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna led a large force of Mexican soldiers into San Antonio de Bexar and promptly initiated a siege. The siege ended on March 6, when the Mexican army attacked the Alamo; by the end of the Battle of the Alamo all or almost all of the defenders were killed. When the Mexican army retreated from Texas at the end of the Texas Revolution, they tore down many of the Alamo walls and burned some of the buildings.

  • Marty Robbins - Devil Woman

    2:45

    Marty Robbins - Devil Woman. 1964 Live Recording from Country Style Australia. Never shown on TV anywhere. Recorded by Channel 7, ATN in those days, for some reason the show was never put to air.

  • Dont Worry - Marty Robbins - 1961

    3:14

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  • Marty Robbins - A White Sport Coat And A Pink Carnation

    2:37

    Marty Robbins performing A White Sport Coat And A Pink Carnation

    Lyrics:
    A white sports coat and a pink carnation
    I'm all dressed up for the dance
    A white sports coat and a pink carnation
    I'm all alone in romance
    Once you told me long ago
    To the prom with me you'd go
    Now you've changed your mind, it seems
    Someone else will hold my dreams
    A white sports coat and a pink carnation
    I'm in a blue, blue mood
    I'm all dressed up for the dance
    I'm all alone in romance
    Once you told me long ago
    To the prom with me you'd go
    Now you've changed your mind it seems
    Someone else will hold my dreams
    A white sports coat and a pink carnation
    I'm in a blue, blue mood
    --

    (C) 1957 Columbia Records

  • Utah Carol

    3:14

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    Utah Carol · Marty Robbins

    Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs

    ℗ 1999 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Released on: 1994-05-04

    Composer, Lyricist: Traditional
    Guitar: Thomas Grady Martin
    Guitar: Jack H. Pruett
    Drums: Louis Dunn
    Associated Performer: The Glaser Brothers
    Bass: Bob Moore
    Producer: Don Law
    Mastering Engineer: M.C. Rather
    Mastering Engineer: Hollis Flatt

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  • Merle Haggard & Marty Robbins She Thinks I Still Care

    2:58

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  • Mr. Shorty by Marty Robbins

    5:00

    old west gun-fighting

    This is the long version from the 33 vinyl album THE DRIFTER
    1966 LP Record Columbia CL 2527

    AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
    Based on Marty Robbins' syndicated television series of the same name, The Drifter was one of the purest cowboy albums Robbins ever made. Though he had made several cowboy albums before -- indeed, his love of Western music informed much of his music -- the instrumentation and song selection on The Drifter was stripped-down and direct, concentrating almost entirely on epic Western narrative sagas. The lack of concise songs resulted in a less successful album by commercial standards -- only Mr. Shorty was a hit, while the El Paso sequel Feleena ran over eight minutes -- but The Drifter was one of Robbins' most artistically ambitious albums, as well as one of his most accomplished.


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  • Marty Robbins Sings Ghost Riders In The Sky.

    3:51

    A song written by Stan Jones which a lot of people would regard as the greatest cowboy/western song ever written. It is a stunning song and even when it's done as an instrumental it never seems to lose any of it's appeal. Without wishing to name drop, I actually asked Marty Robbins when he was in the UK in the 70's why he hadn't recorded 'Ghost Riders.' He told me he had recorded it but it hadn't come out as well as he would have liked and so it had stayed in the 'can.' He never saw it released and I believe I'm right in saying that it made it's debut on his great 'Long Long Ago' album which came out shortly after his death. Stan Jones by the way, never wrote another song of any note apart from a song called 'Ride Away' from John Wayne's 'The Searchers.' I don't suppose it mattered as the song must have made him a fortune and create an old age pension a lot of us would have liked!

  • Keith Urban - Marty Robbins Medley

    3:34

    From: George Strait - ACM Artist of the Decade All Star Concert
    Medley: Singing the Blues,

    Keith Lionel Urban (born 26 October 1967) is a New Zealand-Australian singer, songwriter and record producer well known for his work in country music. In 1991, he released a self-titled debut album and charted four singles in Australia before moving to the United States the following year. He found work as a session guitarist before starting a band known as The Ranch, which recorded one studio album on Capitol Nashville and charted two singles on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

  • Marty Robbins... Feleena 1966 with Lyrics

    8:19

    This is song 2 of the El Paso trilogy... In 1966, Robbins recorded Feleena (From El Paso), telling the life story of Feleena, the Mexican girl from El Paso, in a third-person narrative
    Part 1... El Paso 1959
    Part 3... El Paso City 1976

    ****Lyrics****
    Out in New Mexico, many long years ago
    There in a shack on the desert, one night in a storm
    Amid streaks of lightnin' and loud desert thunder
    To a young Mexican couple, a baby was born

    Just as the baby cried, thunder and lightnin' died
    Moon gave it's light to the world and the stars did the same
    Mother and father, both proud of the daughter
    That Heaven had sent them, Feleena was this baby's name

    When she was seventeen, bothered by crazy dreams
    She ran away from the shack and left them to roam
    Father and mother, both asked one another
    What made her run away, what made Feleena leave home

    Tired of the desert nights, fatherly grieved to strife
    She ran away late one night in the moon's golden gleam
    She didn't know where she'd go but she'd get there
    And she would find happiness if she would follow her dream

    After she ran away, she went to Santa Fe
    And in the year that she stayed there, she learned about life
    In just a little while she learned that with a smile
    She could have pretty clothes, she could be any man's wife

    Rich men romanced her, they dined and they danced her
    She understood men and she treated them all just the same
    A form that was fine and rare, dark shining glossy hair
    Lovely to look at, Feleena was this woman's name

    Restless in Santa Fe, she had to get away
    To any town where the lights had a much brighter glow
    One cowboy mentioned the town of El Paso
    They never stopped dancin' and money like whiskey would flow

    She bought one way a ticket from Santa Fe
    Three days and nights on a stage with a rest now and then
    She didn't mind that she knew she would find that
    Her new life would be more exciting than where she had been

    The stage made it's last stop, up there on the mountain top
    To let her see all the lights at the foot of the hill
    Her world was brighter and deep down inside her
    An uncontrolled beating her young heart just wouldn't be still

    She got a hotel room at the Lily Belle
    Quickly she changed to a form fitting black satin dress
    Every man stopped to stare, at this form fine and rare
    Even the women remarked of the charm she possessed

    Dancin' and laughter, was what she was after
    And Rosa's Cantina had lights with love in the gleam
    That's what she hunted and that's what she wanted
    Rosa's was one place, a nice girl would never be seen

    It was the same way, it was back in Santa Fe
    Men would make fools of themselves at the thought of romance
    Rosa took heed of the place was in need of
    This kind of excitement, so she paid Feleena to dance

    A year passed and maybe more and then through the swingin' doors
    Came a young cowboy so tall and so handsomely dressed
    This one was new in town, hadn't been seen around
    He was so different, he wasn't like all of the rest

    Feleena danced close to him, then threw a rose to him
    Quickly he walked to her table and there he sat down
    And in a day or so, wherever folks would go
    They'd see this young cowboy, showin' Feleena the town

    Six weeks he went with her, each minute spent with her
    But he was insanely jealous of glances she'd give
    Inside he was a hurtin', from all of her flirtin'
    That was her nature and that was the way that she lived

    She flirted one night, it started a gun fight
    And after the smoke cleared away on the floor lay a man
    Feleena's young lover had shot down another
    And he had to leave there, so out through the back door he ran

    The next day at five o'clock, she heart a rifle shot
    Quickly she ran to the door that was facin' the pass
    She saw her cowboy, her wild ridin' cowboy
    Low in the saddle, her cowboy was ridin' in fast

    She ran to meet him to kiss and to greet him
    He saw her and motioned her back with a wave of his hand
    Bullets were flyin', Feleena was cryin'
    As she saw him fall from the saddle and into the sand

    Feleena knelt near him to hold and to hear him
    When she felt the warm blood that flowed from the wound in his side
    He raised to kiss her and she heard him whisper
    Never forget me, Feleena it's over, goodbye

    Quickly she grabbed for the six gun that he wore
    And screamin' in anger and placin' the gun to her breast
    Bury us both deep and maybe we'll find peace
    And pullin' the trigger, she fell 'cross the dead cowboy's chest

    Out in El Paso, whenever the wind blows
    If you listen closely at night, you'll hear in the wind
    A woman is cryin', it's not the wind sighin'
    Old timer's tell you, Feleena is callin' for him

    You'll hear them talkin' and you'll hear them walkin'
    You'll hear them laugh and you'll look but there's no one around
    Don't be alarmed, there is really no harm there
    It's only the young cowboy, showin' Feleena the town

  • Marty Robbins - El Paso Live @ G.O.O.

    5:10

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  • I Walk Alone

    3:18

    Provided to YouTube by Legacy/Columbia

    I Walk Alone · Marty Robbins

    Marty Robbins - 16 Biggest Hits

    ℗ Originally Released 1968. All rights reserved by SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Released on: 1998-07-14

    Producer: Bob Johnston
    Producer: Don Law
    Composer, Lyricist: Herbert Wilson
    Producer: Frank Jones
    Executive Producer: Margie Hunt
    Editor: Don Cobb
    Editor: Carlos Grier
    Mastering Engineer: Denny Purcell

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  • Marty Robbins - Lord You Gave Me A Mountain

    4:04

    Lord You Gave Me A Mountain by Marty Robbins

    Lyrics:
    Born in the heat of the desert
    My mother died giving me life
    Despised and disliked by my father
    Blamed for the loss of his wife
    You know Lord I've been to a prison
    For something that I'd never done
    It's been one hill after another
    And I've climbed them Lord, one by one
    But this time you gave me a mountain
    A mountain I may never climb
    It isn't a hill any longer
    You gave me a mountain this time
    My woman got tired of the hardships
    Tired of the grief and the strife
    Tired of working for nothing
    Tired of being my wife
    She took my one ray of sunshine
    She took my pride and my joy
    She took my reason for living
    She took my small baby boy
    And this time you gave me a mountain
    A mountain I may never climb
    It isn't a hill any longer
    You gave me a mountain this time
    --

    (C) 1968 ABC Records


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  • Mr. Shorty

    5:04

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    Mr. Shorty · Marty Robbins

    The Drifter

    ℗ Originally Released 1966 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Released on: 1996-09-13

    Producer: Don Law
    Producer: Frank Jones

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  • Marty Robbins - She Was Only Seventeen - Country Music Experience

    2:30

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  • Saddle Tramp

    2:09

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    Saddle Tramp · Marty Robbins

    The Drifter

    ℗ Originally released 1960 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

    Released on: 1996-09-13

    Producer: Don Law

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  • Marty Robbins - Change That Dial

    2:19

    Change That Dial

    Track 2 from the album: R.F.D. 1964

    © Label: Columbia Records

  • Marty Robbins - Because Its Wrong

    3:14

    Because It's Wrong

    Track 6 (Disc 1) from the 4 CD Box-set: Country (1960-1966) 1995

    © Label: Bear Family Records

  • The Cowboy In The Continental Suit

    2:58

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    The Cowboy In The Continental Suit · Marty Robbins

    The Drifter

    ℗ Originally Released 1964 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Released on: 1996-09-13

    Producer: Don Law
    Producer: Frank Jones

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  • Marty Robbins - - Some Memories Just Won`t Die

    3:38

    Marty Robbins great song

  • A Hundred And Sixty Acres

    1:41

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    A Hundred And Sixty Acres · Marty Robbins

    Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs

    ℗ 1999 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Released on: 1994-05-04

    Composer, Lyricist: David Kapp
    Guitar: Thomas Grady Martin
    Guitar: Jack H. Pruett
    Drums: Louis Dunn
    Associated Performer: The Glaser Brothers
    Bass: Bob Moore
    Producer: Don Law
    Mastering Engineer: M.C. Rather
    Mastering Engineer: Hollis Flatt

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  • Country Classics with Johnny Cash, George Jones, Marty Robbins...

    1:2:56

    1 - 00:00 - I Walk the Line - Johnny Cash
    2 - 02:42 - Big Iron - Marty Robbins
    3 - 06:35 - Ballad of the Oneeyed Jacks - Johnny Burnette
    4 - 09:55 - Geronimo - George Jones
    5 - 11:56 - Fraulein - Bobby Helms
    6 - 14:50 - Mister Mystery - Chet Atkins
    7 - 17:15 - The Ballad of Billy Joe - Jerry Lee Lewis
    8 - 20:14 - There Stands the Glass - Webb Pierce
    9 - 22:40 - Why Don't You Love Me? - Don Gibson
    10 - 24:29 - Bim Bom Bey - Jimmie Rodgers
    11 - 26:40 - The Rovin’gambler - Eddy Arnold
    12 - 29:14 - Too Old to Cut the Mustard - Red Foley, Ernest Tubb
    13 - 32:09 - The Winner of Your Heart - Kitty Wells
    14 - 34:12 - The Wizard - Jimmie Rodgers
    15 - 36:32 - Cry Cry Darling - Wilburn Brothers
    16 - 38:58 - Walkin' After Midnight - Pasty Cline
    17 - 41:34 - Saddle Tramp - Marty Robbins
    18 - 43:36 - Dark as a Dungeon - Tennessee Ernie Ford, Jack Fascinato
    19 - 46:26 - Partners - Jim Reeves
    20 - 48:40 - Big Hearted Me - Don Gibson
    21 - 50:58 - She Thinks I Still Care - George Jones
    22 - 53:33 - Down in the Valley - Eddy Arnold
    23 - 56:26 - Home - Jim Reeves
    24 - 58:24 - Wake up, Irene - Hank Thompson
    25 - 01:00:39 - Frankie's Man, Johnny - Johnny Cash

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  • Pride and the Badge

    5:53

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    Pride and the Badge · Marty Robbins

    All Around Cowboy

    ℗ 1979 Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 2017-02-24

    Producer: Billy Sherrill
    Background Vocal: Bobby Sykes
    Engineer: Lou Bradley
    Background Vocal: Don Winters
    Background Vocal: Jeff Chandler
    Background Vocal: The Nashville Edition

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  • Marty Robbins - Song Of The Islands - Full Album

    30:27

    Song Of The Islands 00:00:00,00
    Don't Sing Aloha When I Go 00:02:57,02
    Beyond The Reef 00:04:44,00
    Crying Steel Guitar Waltz 00:07:11,24
    My Isle Of Golden Dreams 00:09:09,15
    Now Is The Hour 00:11:59,05
    Sweet Leilani 00:14:25,18
    Down Where The Trade Winds Blow 00:16:12,11
    Constancy 00:18:37,24
    Island Echoes 00:21:45,22
    Moonland 00:25:21,16
    Aloha Oe 00:28:03,03

  • Faleena

    8:16

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    Faleena (from El Paso) · Marty Robbins

    The Essential Marty Robbins 1951-1982

    ℗ Originally Released 1967 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Released on: 1991-10-29

    Producer: Don Law
    Producer: Frank Jones

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  • The Strawberry Roan

    3:24

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    The Strawberry Roan · Marty Robbins

    Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs

    ℗ Originally Released 1959 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

    Released on: 1994-05-04

    Composer, Lyricist: Fred Howard
    Composer, Lyricist: Nat Vincent
    Composer, Lyricist: Curly Fletcher
    Guitar: Thomas Grady Martin
    Guitar: Jack H. Pruett
    Drums: Louis Dunn
    Associated Performer: The Glaser Brothers
    Bass: Bob Moore
    Producer: Don Law
    Mastering Engineer: M.C. Rather
    Mastering Engineer: Hollis Flatt

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  • Doggone Cowboy

    2:10

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    Doggone Cowboy · Marty Robbins

    Return of the Gunfighter

    ℗ Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 1963-12-17

    Producer: In Research
    Composer, Lyricist: J. Babcock

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  • British guitarist analyses Marty Robbins live in 1965!

    18:15

    Tonight we're going back to 1965 to take a look at Marty Robbins!
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  • Marty Robbins Sings Summertime.

    2:50

    It was virtually unheard of for a country singer to try a song like Gershwin's 'Summertime', but Marty Robbins tackled it and succeeded with consummate ease.

  • Billy The Kid

    2:20

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    Billy The Kid · Marty Robbins

    Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs

    ℗ 1999 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Released on: 1994-05-04

    Composer, Lyricist: Bobbie Gentry
    Guitar: Thomas Grady Martin
    Guitar: Jack H. Pruett
    Drums: Louis Dunn
    Associated Performer: The Glaser Brothers
    Bass: Bob Moore
    Producer: Don Law
    Mastering Engineer: M.C. Rather
    Mastering Engineer: Hollis Flatt

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  • Marty Robbins 160 Acres

    1:39

    This song is from the album GUNFIGHTER BALLADS AND TRAIL SONGS by MARTY ROBBINS. It was originally released in 1959. This is an excellent album and this song highlights a much simpler time. This is a very good way to introduce yourself to the music of Marty Robbins.

  • Cool Water

    3:10

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    Cool Water · Marty Robbins

    Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs

    ℗ 1999 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Released on: 1994-05-04

    Composer, Lyricist: Bob Nolan
    Guitar: Thomas Grady Martin
    Guitar: Jack H. Pruett
    Drums: Louis Dunn
    Associated Performer: The Glaser Brothers
    Bass: Bob Moore
    Producer: Don Law
    Mastering Engineer: M.C. Rather
    Mastering Engineer: Hollis Flatt

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  • Marty Robbins - Texas I Love You

    3:55

  • Marty Robbins --- Feleena-- From El Paso -- Best Video on You Tube

    8:17

    Best Video Of This Song .This Video of Feleena, before it was deleted on Orvsha had 9,000 views. Made it again , took seven hours. Leave some comments please

  • Marty Robbins - Dont Worry bout Me Live @ G.O.O.

    3:30

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  • Running Gun ~ Marty Robbins

    2:10

    Martin David Robinson (September 26, 1925 -- December 8, 1982), known professionally as Marty Robbins, was an American singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. One of the most popular and successful country and Western singers of all time for most of his nearly four-decade career, Robbins often topped the country music charts, and several of his songs also became pop hits.

    Saddle Tramp is from Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs.

    Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs is an album released by Marty Robbins on the Columbia Records label in September 1959, peaking at #6 on the U.S. pop albums chart. It was recorded on April 7, 1959.

  • Tall Handsome Stranger

    2:07

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    Tall Handsome Stranger · Marty Robbins

    Return of the Gunfighter

    ℗ Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 1963-12-17

    Producer: D. Devito
    Composer, Lyricist: Henry Dorrough

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