ALLEN JR., REX - RIDIN' HIGH

ALLEN JR., REX - RIDIN' HIGH

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Label: COLLECTORS' CHO

Release date: 18/09/2007

Barcode: 0617742081626

Catalog no.: CCM0008162

Item ID: 283418

Evidently, once cowboy music gets in your blood, it stays there, as Rex Allen, Jr. followed much the same trail his daddy Rex Allen, Sr. blazed in the 50s. In fact, both his father and the Sons of the Pioneers appear on this 1976 release, which plants one spur in the past with traditional C&W and one spur in the present with more contemporary country. This ones at home on the range or at a honky-tonk. Includes Teardrops in My Heart; Since I Lost Her to You; I Love Everything I Get My Hands On; I Gotta Remember to Forget You; While the Feelings Good; Can You Hear Those Pioneers; Home-Made Love; Streets of
Laredo; Play Me No Sad Songs; Youre the Only One Ill Ever Love; San Antonio Rose, and Crying in the Rain.

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