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Johnnie Ray/On the Trail
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Album: Johnnie Ray/On the Trail
# Song Title   Time
1)    Don't Blame Me
2)    Walkin' My Baby Back Home
3)    Don't Take Your Love from Me
4)    All of Me
5)    Give Me Time
6)    Lady Drinks Champagne, The
7)    Out in the Cold Again
8)    Coffee and Cigarettes
9)    Wagon Wheels
10)    Empty Saddles
11)    Tumbling Tumbleweeds
12)    Last Round-Up, The
13)    Home on the Range
14)    Bury Me out on the Lone Prairie
15)    When It's Springtime in the Rockies
16)    Ridin' Home
17)    Twilight on the Trail
18)    Red River Valley
19)    I'm an Old Cowhand (From the Rio Grande)
20)    Cool Water
 

Album: Johnnie Ray/On the Trail
# Song Title   Time
1)    Don't Blame Me
2)    Walkin' My Baby Back Home
3)    Don't Take Your Love from Me
4)    All of Me
5)    Give Me Time
6)    Lady Drinks Champagne, The
7)    Out in the Cold Again
8)    Coffee and Cigarettes
9)    Wagon Wheels
10)    Empty Saddles
11)    Tumbling Tumbleweeds
12)    Last Round-Up, The
13)    Home on the Range
14)    Bury Me out on the Lone Prairie
15)    When It's Springtime in the Rockies
16)    Ridin' Home
17)    Twilight on the Trail
18)    Red River Valley
19)    I'm an Old Cowhand (From the Rio Grande)
20)    Cool Water
 
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  • 2 LPs on 1 CD: JOHNNIE RAY (1952)/ON THE TRAIL (1959).
  • Personnel includes; Johnnie Ray, The Four Lads (vocals); The Buddy Cole Quartet.
  • Originally released on Columbia.
  • Composer: Boudleaux Bryant.
  • Recording information: 10/15/1951-05/10/1959.
  • Arranger: Johnnie Ray .
  • Singer Johnnie Ray had a dynamic, powerful voice and made consistently even records throughout the '50s. With that in mind, his records take on a totally different standard of excellence considering Ray was practically deaf. The singer's refusal to be pigeonholed finds him balancing varying styles, incorporating them evenly and making it work, as proven on this Collectables two-fer. This collection highlights Ray's earliest pop records from 1952, mainly standards like "All of Me" and "Don't Blame Me," and the country-pop of On the Trail from 1959, featuring "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," "Home on the Range," and "I'm an Old Cowhand." ~ Al Campbell
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