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Tex Ritter - Western Heritage: America's Most Beloved Cowboy album download

Tex Ritter
Western Heritage: America's Most Beloved Cowboy
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This interesting package combines an 11-track audio CD of Tex Ritter songs with a pair of full-length Ritter films, Hittin' the Trail and Three in the Saddle, on a double-sided DVD. The music disc is on the brief side - running almost exactly 30 minutes in length - but makes a decent introductory sample of Ritter's mid-'40s singing style. In retrospect, Ritter's tongue-in-cheek, beer-drenched musical approach on his less overtly cowboy material puts him right in the center of what would later become the honky tonk wing of modern country. The movies? Well, they don't have commercials.

Woodward Maurice Ritter . Tex Ritter debuted on Broadway in 1930; he made his first screen appearance in Song of the Gringo in 1936. Tex quickly rivaled Gene Autry in popularity as a singing cowboy among movie fans. He was often referred to as "America's most beloved cowboy. In addition to films Tex had a successful recording career and became a weekly fixture at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. He became one of the founding members of the Country Music Association in Nashville and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contribution to the recording industry

Tex Ritter was a good cowboy and this book is first class and very informative. A must for all serious cowboy collectors, well worth the wait and thoroughly recommended. You will not be able to put it down once you start reading. One person found this helpful.

Known as America’s Most Beloved Cowboy, Tex Ritter’s career spanned more than four decades. Few entertainers have enjoyed as versatile a career as Ritter, with his accomplishments spanning music, radio, the stage and movies. John Wayne, Roy Rogers and Gene Autry were all at the heights of their careers at the same time as Ritter and his star power burned just as bright. Bill O’Neal is a noted Texas historian, having been appointed Texas State Historian, in 2012 by then Texas Governor Rick Perry

Songs from the Western Screen. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.

Ritter's recording career was his most successful period. His first recording session was on June 11, 1942. In 1957, he released his first album, Songs From the Western Screen. He was often featured in archival footage on the children's television program, The Gabby Hayes Show. In 1961, he hit the charts with "I Dreamed of a Hill-Billy Heaven", which had actually been released six years earlier by Eddie Dean. Tex Ritter: America's Most Beloved Cowboy. Austin, Texas: Eakin Press.

Lyrics zu allen Alben von Tex Ritter inkl. A Proper Introduction to Tex Ritter: Sing, Cowboy, Sing, An American Legend, Blood on the Saddle und mehr. Western Heritage: America's Most Beloved Cowboy Lyrics. American Legend Lyrics. Conversation with a Gun Lyrics. Country Hits and Cowboy Classics Lyrics. Country Music Hall of Fame 1964 Lyrics.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 I Can't Get My Foot Off the Rail Tex Ritter 2:46
2 There's a New Moon Over My Shoulder Tex Ritter 3:00
3 Don't Make Me Sorry Tex Ritter 2:43
4 I'm Wastin' My Tears on You Tex Ritter 2:49
5 You Will Have to Pay (For Your Yesterday) Tex Ritter 2:53
6 (I've Got Spurs That) Jingle, Jangle, Jingle Tex Ritter 2:47
7 Long Time Gone Tex Ritter 3:01
8 Froggy Went a Courtin' Tex Ritter 2:00
9 Pecos Bill Tex Ritter 2:53
10 When You Leave, Don't Slam the Door Tex Ritter 3:01
11 Jealous Heart Tex Ritter 2:54

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Hittin' the Trail Tex Ritter
2 Three in the Saddle Tex Ritter