Released September 1959. Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs Tracklist. Streets Of Laredo And Other Ballads Of The Old West. Show all albums by Marty Robbins.
Marty Robbins' 1959 album Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs features his hit "El Paso", similar in form and content to "Streets of Laredo". The 1960 follow-up More Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs has a version of the original. The song "The Streets of Laredo" appears on the albums Sings the Ballads of the True West and American IV by Johnny Cash. Cash also recorded two other versions with different lyrics on his first Christmas album (1963), and then again as "The Walls of a Prison" on his From Sea to Shining Sea album in 1967. When I Was a Young Girl", a female version of the same theme, was popular on the folk music circuits in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and was recorded by Barbara Dane and Odetta before being revived by Nina Simone and Leslie Feist.
Marty Robbins Lyrics. album: "More Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs" (1960). San Angelo Prairie Fire Streets Of Laredo Song Of The Bandit I've Got No Use For The Women Five Brothers Little Joe The Wrangler Ride, Cowboy, Ride This Peaceful Sod She Was Young And She Was Pretty My Love. Streets Of Laredo" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
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Listen to these Marty Robbins songs from the modern cowboy singer who brought international sounds and pop listeners to country music. 13. "Streets of Laredo". This is one of several picks off 1959's crossover album Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs. As demonstrated by this classic, the collection of songs added some film soundtrack grit to the Western half of country and Western. The album had a 1960 sequel that's anchored by "San Angelo. 12. "Singing the Blues". Robbins sounds great when tacking material associated with Elvis Presley.
Artist: Marty Robbins. Also performed by: Ed Bruce. Album: More Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs. Translations: Czech, German. A A. The Streets of Laredo. As I walked out in the streets of Laredo. As I walked out in Laredo one day. I spied a young cowboy, wrapped all in white linen. Wrapped in white linen, as cold as the clay. Oh, beat the drum slowly and play the fife lowly. Sing the Death March as you carry me along " English → Czech - Miroslavchik. English → German - Lobolyrix. Marty Robbins: Top 3. 1. Big Iron.
MARTY ROBBINS-GUNFIGHTER BALLADS & TRAIL SONGS: Had MARTY ROBBINS never recorded again after his self-penned four and a half minute saga EL PASO, his ticket to immortality would be assured. so vivid was this iconic tale of fierce gunplay and dying with your boots on, it topped both the pop and the country charts back in 1959. Forget country - there is none of it on this album. This is western music, music that celebrates the cowboys and outlaws of the Old West. It definitely deserves that reputation. They say that Marty Robbins - perhaps the only real famous son of Glendale, Arizona - recorded this album all in one day, on April 7, 1959. If true, that was a very productive day indeed for American music.
|A1||Red River Valley|
|A2||A Hundred And Sixty Acres|
|A4||Ride, Cowboy Ride|
|A5||Streets Of Laredo|
|B2||The Hanging Tree|
|B3||The Cowboy In The Continental Suit|
|B4||The Fastest Gun Around|
|MFP-5942||Marty Robbins||Streets Of Laredo and Other Ballads of the Old West (LP, Album)||Music For Pleasure||MFP-5942||Australia||1973|
|KH 32286||Marty Robbins||Streets Of Laredo And Other Ballads Of The Old West (LP)||Harmony||KH 32286||US||1973|