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More Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs (Bonus Track Version)

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Download links and information about More Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs (Bonus Track Version) by Marty Robbins. This album was released in 1960 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 27 tracks with total duration of 01:17:29 minutes.

Artist: Marty Robbins
Release date: 1960
Genre: Country
Tracks: 27
Duration: 01:17:29
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. San Angelo 5:42
2. Praire Fire 2:17
3. The Streets of Laredo 2:47
4. Song of the Bandit 2:31
5. I've Got No Use for the Women 3:23
6. Five Brothers 2:13
7. Little Joe the Wrangler 4:09
8. Ride, Cowboy Ride 3:15
9. This Peaceful Sod 1:55
10. She Was Young and She Was Pretty 2:59
11. My Love 1:47
12. Big Iron 3:59
13. Cool Water 3:10
14. Billy the Kid 2:19
15. A Hundred and Sixty Acres 1:42
16. They're Changing Me Tonight 3:06
17. The Strawberry Roan 3:25
18. El Paso 4:21
19. In the Valley 1:50
20. The Master's Call 3:07
21. Running Gun 2:12
22. The Little Green Valley 2:27
23. Utah Carol 3:14
24. The Hanging Tree 2:52
25. Saddle Tramp 2:05
26. The Story of My Life 2:31
27. Mean Mama Blues 2:11

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The follow-up to Marty Robbins' 1959 hit album shows him on the cover looking for all the world like the reincarnation of actor William S. Hart, the greatest cowboy hero of the silent-screen era. In a sense, the repertory reflects the pose on the cover; it is similar to the earlier album, with the sound a little more stripped down in the vocal department and perhaps less romanticized than the earlier record. Robbins' originals are authored in an authentically vintage style, interspersed with public domain titles that are the real article, some established works by Bob Nolan of the Sons of the Pioneers, and a handful of new compositions (notably by Jim Glaser). There's nothing as beautifully compelling as "Big Iron" or "El Paso," but tracks like "Streets of Laredo," "Song of the Bandit," and "Little Joe, the Wrangler" are beguiling on a more subtle level. The album was a success, albeit not on the same level as its predecessor, and is available on CD paired on the same disc with Gunfighter Ballads & Trail Songs and as part of Bear Family's box Under Western Skies.