This article is a discography for American singer Bing Crosby. Since many radio stations in the US adopt a format change to Christmas music each December, many holiday hits have an annual spike in popularity during the last few weeks of the year and are retired once the season is over.
Title: Riders In The Sky, Lullaby Land. Short-info: Label: Decca – 24618 Type: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM Country: Date of released: 1949 Category: Pop Style: Vocal. Bing Crosby - Riders In The Sky, Lullaby Land RAR archive MP3 format.
Great Moments with Friends. Ghost) Riders in the Sky Lyrics. Ghost) Riders in the Sky is found on the album Great Moments with Friends. Found on more albums: Golden Greats Another Ride in Cowboy Country Great Moments With Bing Crosby and Friends Centennial Collection 1903-1977 50 Original Recordings Going My Way: 25 Great Favourites 25 Cowboy & Western Songs The Chronological Bing Crosby, Vol. 48: 1948-49. As the riders loped on by him, he heard one call his name, "If you wanna save your soul from hell a-ridin' on this range, Then cowboy, change your ways today or with us you will ride, A-tryin' to catch the devil, sir, across these endless skies!". Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings.
The Bing Crosby version was recorded on March 22, 1949, and released by Decca Records as catalog No. 24618. The recording first appeared on the Billboard charts on May 6, 1949, lasting 6 weeks and peaking at No. 1. .The Sons of the Pioneers recorded "Riders in the Sky" again on June 18, 1959 for their album Cool Water issued in 1959 as RCA LPM/LSP 2118. Ghost Riders in the Sky" is track 3 on the Somerset 1959 album P-11900/SF-11900 At Western Campfires by the Sons of the Purple Sage with Bob Wheeler (leader), Lina Shane, Jean Valli, George Faith, and Tony Clayton. The Alberta Celtic rock group Captain Tractor recorded an unusual version for their 1994 album Land. New lyrics describe the frenzy of corruption in a prairie town at the climax of a real estate bubble.
Crosby's artistic highlights of the era, outings like 1956's Bing Sings Whilst Bregman Swings and 1957's Bing with a Beat, simply let him exercise his interpretive chops with arrangements that were as loose and seemingly unstudied as his singing. The reissue label Mosaic has consistently made the dreams of vocal and jazz fans come true for years, so the release of The Bing Crosby CBS Radio Recordings 1954-56 is only a half-surprise. New Sun in the Sky. H. Dietz, A. Schwartz.
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