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Lorne Greene - Spirit of America/National Glass Casket Company flac album

Performer: Lorne Greene
Title: Spirit of America/National Glass Casket Company
Style: Celebrity,Country-Pop
Relesed: 1976
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 445
Other formats: VOX MP2 MP3 AHX MP4 DTS

The National Glass Casket Company. Producer – Jerry StynerWritten By – J. Styner-D.

A. Spirit Of America - (Mono). Producer – Harley HatcherWritten-By – Bob Johnston. Spirit Of America ‎(7", Single).

Lorne Hyman Greene, OC (born Lyon Himan Green; February 12, 1915 – September 11, 1987) was a Canadian actor, radio personality and singer. His television roles include Ben Cartwright on the western Bonanza, and Commander Adama in the original science fiction television series Battlestar Galactica and Galactica 1980. He also worked on the Canadian television nature documentary series Lorne Greene's New Wilderness, and in television commercials. Early life and career in Canada.

Your assistance allows the Spirit of America Foundation to provide Premier Youth Boating Safety Education programs around the country and to reach out to children and communities that wouldn’t be exposed to these essential skills without your generosity. Support Us. Donate Now. Join Us. For more information about Spirit of America programs or to join us as a volunteer contact us. 5.

Ringo" is a popular song written by Don Robertson and Hal Blair. It was a hit single for Canadian-born actor Lorne Greene in 1964. It reached on the . Billboard charts on December 5, 1964, as well as garnering the same spot on the "Easy Listening" chart, where it retained the position for six weeks. The single also peaked at on the Hot Country Singles chart. In Canada, it hit on the RPM top singles chart on December 7, 1964.

Album Welcome to the Ponderosa. He lay face down in the desert sand Clutching his six-gun in his hand Shot from behind, I thought he was dead But under his heart was an ounce of lead But a spark still burned so I used my flammingo And late that night I saved the life of Ringo. I nursed him till the carrot passed The days went by, he mended fast Then from dawn till setting sun He practiced with that deadly gun An d hour on hour I watched in awe No human being could match the draw of Ringo

Lorne Greene, though primarily an actor, secured his place in music history by topping the Billboard pop chart in 1964 with the recitation "Ringo. On the Ponderosa collects that song and Greene's handful of lesser hits, along with a number of album tracks and noncharting singles. Greene had a deep, characteristic baritone that didn't always hit the note, but these sagas of the West are full of personality and drama.

Lorne Greene, Canadian Actor. Former chairman National Wildlife Foundation; board directors American Horse Protection Chairman's Association American Freedom from Hunger Foundation; special civilian advisory Office Technology Assessment. Served with Royal Canadian Air Force. Member Actors Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation television and Radio Artists. Greene, Lorne was born on February 12, 1915 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Son of Daniel and Dora Greene. Student, Queen's University. Student, Neighborhood Playhouse School Theatre, New York City. Former chairman National Wildlife Foundation. Board directors American Horse Protection Chairman's Association American Freedom from Hunger Foundation. Special civilian advisory Office Technology Assessment.

Credits

Lorne Greene - Primary Artist
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