Bobby Barnett: American Heroes & Western Legends
Two of the most-requested LPs in our old mail order catalogues were 'Heroes, History & Heritage of Oklahoma' and 'Heroes, History & Heritage Vol. 2.' Now we've reissued them complete on one CD. In these LPs, Bobby Barnett addresses Oklahoma legends and western legends. Most of the songs are self-composed and take an entirely new slant on some of the most familiar and feared figures in American folklore and some of the events that shaped western history. The 27 titles include The Hanging Of Judge Parker, Bill Doolin, Gunfight At The OK Corral, The Story Of The Dalton Gang, The Run Of '89,
The Ballad Of Geronimo, The Lost Dutchman Mine, Salute To Will Rogers and The Ballad Of Pretty Boy Floyd.
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|Barnett, Bobby - American Heroes & Western Legends CD 1|
|02||The Hanging Of Judge Parker|
|03||The Ballad Of Belle Starr|
|06||The Ballad Of Pretty Boy Floyd|
|08||Captain David L. Payne|
|09||The Iron Horse|
|10||The Gunfight At The O.K, Corral|
|12||The Ballad Of Doc Holliday|
|14||The Story Of The Dalton Gang|
|15||The Three Guardsmen|
|16||Run Of '89|
|17||The Ballad Of Geronimo|
|18||Chief Crazy Horse|
|20||Bill Pickett Of The 101|
|21||The Lost Dutchman Mine|
|24||Salute To Will Rogers|
|26||The Cowboy Hall Of Fame|
|27||Tribute To Woody Guthrie|
geb. 15. 2. 1936 in Cushing - Oklahoma
Record Labels: Razorback, Sims, K-Ark, Columbia, Republic, Reprise, Boyd, Presto
Erster Hit: This Old Heart (1960) Bobby Glen Barnett, ein Sänger und Komponist ohne spektakuläre Erfolge.
Bobby Glenn Barnett came late to performing state’s varied history.
In 1974 he recorded an country music. He was born February 15, interesting concept album, ‘Heroes, History & 1936 in Cushing, Oklahoma, the thirteenth Heritage Of Oklahoma’ for the Heritage label, of fourteen children of George W. and Berla which told in songs the stories of Oklahoma E. McDaniel Barnett. After graduating high legends from Sequoyah, who devised the school in 1953, Bobby worked in El Paso, Texas Cherokee alphabet, through legendary badmen as an engineer for El Paso Natural Gas like Pretty Boy Floyd, to the homespun Company before putting out his first record on philosopher, Will Rogers.
Consisting mostly of the Razorback label about 1960. Other records songs which he co-wrote, the album increased followed on labels such as Republic, Reprise, awareness of 0klahoma’s rich historic heritage. Sims, and K-Ark before he signed with Continuing to record regular country singles for Columbia. There his biggest hit was 1968s Top- labels like Presta, Boyd, Marshall, Nevron, and 20 Love Me, Love Me. Bannister with some chart success, Barnett in 1984 recorded a second album of historical songs, but this time not limited to the ‘Sooner The child of parents who had each moved to State.’ Indian Territory before Oklahoma became a state in 1907, Barnett grew up aware of the Both albums are reissued here.
Bobby Barnett American Heroes & Western Legends
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