“Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs” by Marty Robbins - album review

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TJR says

Recorded in a single day, “Gunfighter Ballads” was a homage to the Wild West, smoothly sung with a pop-leaning croon. A big ‘un in country circles, and best known for housing “El Paso”, a huge Grammy Award winning #1 hit on both the country and pop music charts.

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A1 [03:58] 6.0.png Marty Robbins - Big Iron (Martin Robinson) Country
A2 [03:11] 2.6.png Marty Robbins - Cool Water (Bob Nolan) Country
A3 [02:21] 5.2.png Marty Robbins - Billy The Kid (Martin Robinson) Country
A4 [01:42] 2.2.png Marty Robbins - A Hundred And Sixty Acres (David Kapp) Country
A5 [03:06] 4.6.png Marty Robbins - They’re Hanging Me Tonight (Arthur Wolpert, Jimmy Love) Country
A6 [03:25] 4.0.png Marty Robbins - Strawberry Roan (Martin Robinson) Country
B1 [04:21] 4.1.png Marty Robbins - El Paso (Martin Robinson) Country
B2 [01:51] 3.1.png Marty Robbins - In The Valley (Martin Robinson) Country
B3 [03:07] 3.9.png Marty Robbins - The Master’s Call (Martin Robinson) Country
B4 [02:12] 4.2.png Marty Robbins - Running Gun (James Glaser, Tompall Glaser) Country
B5 [02:30] 2.0.png Marty Robbins - Down In The Little Green Valley (Martin Robinson) Country
B6 [03:15] 5.9.png Marty Robbins - Utah Carol (Martin Robinson) Country

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