Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs (Reissue 1999) (Bonus Tracks) 1959. In The Wild West, Vol. 1 1985. Under Western Skies CD1 1996. 2 1985. Under Western Skies CD4 1996. Christmas With Marty Robbins (Reissue 2002) 1967. Country 1951-1958 CD3 1991.
Marty Robbins - In the Wild West Vo. - 05 - Feleena (From El Paso) (1966). mp311 MB. Marty Robbins - In the Wild West Vo. - 04 - El Paso (1959). mp35,990 KB. - 06 - El Paso City (1976). mp35,831 KB. - 07 - Big Iron (1959). mp35,492 KB. - 13 - Utah Carol (1959). - 10 - San Angleo (1960). mp37,784 KB. - 05 - Little Joe, The Wrangler (1960). mp35,712 KB. - 07 - Billy Venero (1984). mp35,235 KB. - 01 - Strawberry Roan (1959). mp34,727 KB. - 06 - I've Got No Use For The Women (1960).
Discography of marty robbins. The Story of My Life: The Best of Marty Robbins 1952-1965. Country 1960-1966 CD4.
ROBBINS, Marty: Vo., In The Wild West Art-Nr. Ready to ship today, delivery time appr. ROBBINS, Marty: In The Wild West Vo. (LP) Art-Nr. 47 mns. Here's the album Marty wanted to forget he ever recorded.
Marty Robbins - 100 Essential Hits (AudioSonic Music) - YouTube. What others are saying. Marty Robbins "Marty's Greatest Hits" 12"LP Columbia Still Sealed stained shrink. Music of the Wild West ● Songs ● 1 hour. 1973 - Marty Robbins 'Ghost Riders In The Sk. a 2nd hand song now sung by many - first by Burl Ives in the 40's.
Big Iron" is a country ballad written and performed by Marty Robbins, originally released as an album track on Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs in September 1959, then as a single in February 1960 with the song "Saddle Tramp" as the B-side single. Members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time. It tells the story of an Arizona ranger's duel with an outlaw named Texas Red in the "town of Agua Fria".
Marty Robbins - Five Brothers. Artist: Marty Robbins. Album: The Complete US Hits 1952-62, 2014. Thanks to Tarquin45 for the original material. They heard of him in Houston And his trail was leadin' west He'd left there many months ago And so they couldn't rest Five brothers and three in their teens Gotta find the man Who killed their pa in New Orleans New Orleans. The sun was hot as fire And the nights were cold as steel Hate was strong and youth was wild And so they couldn't feel Five brothers and three in their teens Gotta find the man Who killed their pa in New Orleans. His trail led to the Badlands And the desert promised death The gambler's odds were different now He treasured every breath Five brothers.