The Song of the Setting Sun (music: Walter Donaldson, lyrics: Gus Kahn)
Betty Grable and chorus sing “The Cowboy Number” – From 1930 – With George Olsen and his Music
This would have made a great dance number for Mel Brooks’ Blazing Saddles. Ethel Shutta and chorus sing and dance “My Stetson Hat” in a 1930 film appearance. With George Olsen and his Music.
A classic song, from Gene Autry to Willie Nelson and Leon Russell and everyone in-between.
“Sioux City Sue” is a 1945 song and a 1946 movie. Lyricist Ray Freedman and composer Dick Thomas wrote the song. It became a number one hit for singer Dick Thomas. The song was Thomas’ first chart entry on the Juke Box Folk Records chart and was also his most successful release: “Sioux City Sue” spent four weeks at number one and a total of twenty-three weeks on the charts.
Gene Autry sang this title song in the movie, the first film he made after leaving military service at the end of WW2. Bing Crosby also had a hit with this song.
Bobbie Gentry, Bing Crosby, Tiny Tim, nothing more need be said. It was the 1960s
Jill Sobule – Where Is Bobbie Gentry – A brilliant and hilarious tribute to the reclusive Bobbi Gentry who has not been seen in over 30 years. It’s reputed she’s holed up in her mansion in Hollywood like Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard. More power to her.
With Hot Tuna’s Jorma and Jack Cassidy
In the tradition of Kris Kristofferson, Sunday Morning Women, a 70s classic Country Western tune from the great songsmith Randy Cross with lead guitar from Charlie Durham. Recorded in Chandler, Arizona circa 1971.
Remastered by Mystic Hedgehog Studioes
Copyright Randy Cross & Donivan-Cross 1971-2015
Skeeter Davis singing Coven’s One Tin Soldier from the Cult Film Classic Billy Jack. Very cool.
A tribute to our 36th President. Unreal.