Ambrose Haley And His Ozark Ramblers - Kansas City Kitty / Trail To San Antone album download
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LyricsKansas City Kitty. Ambrose Haley and His Ozark Ramblers. Download now. English.
Home in San Antone - фильм 1949 года. Трейлеры, видео, ролики, реклама.
San Antone is the fourth album released by Dan Seals. This album charted at on the Top Country Albums chart. The Singles, "(You Bring Out) The Wild Side of Me", "My Baby's Got Good Timing", and "My Old Yellow Car" charted at 2 and 9 respectively. This is his second album for Liberty Records. One Friend" was later re-recorded for his 1987 album The Best, from which it was released as a single. In San Antone" (Dan Seals) - 5:04. The Loving Proof" (Gary Nicholson) - 3:40.
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When you were born in San Antone. Made it to Europe, by way of a boat Stranded in Dublin, without no coat Somebody asked me: "Where you comin' from, bloke?" "I’ve come from San Antone!" Sped right through Paris, Prague and Rome Drank red wine till the blood rattled my bones Lost my direction - ten times alone Too far from San Antone. I found myself down a deep, dark road Empty pockets and a westbound soul Then I heard somethin' on the radio Sounded kinda like San Antone.
Trail to San Antone is a 1947 American Western film directed by John English, written by Jack Natteford and Luci Ford, and starring Gene Autry, Peggy Stewart, Sterling Holloway, William "Bill" Henry, Johnny Duncan and Tris Coffin. It was released on January 25, 1947, by Republic Pictures. It was filmed in Lone Pine, California and at Deerwood Stock Farm in Thousand Oaks, California. Gene Autry as Gene Autry. Peggy Stewart as Kit Barlow. Sterling Holloway as Droopy Stearns.
Hot Cotton Jazz Band. Who's Been Here Since I Been Gone? Kansas City Kitty & Georgia Tom. 02:57. Kitty from Kansas City. Rudy Vallee and His Connecticut Yankees. Kansas City Kitty & Georgia Tom. 03:14. How Can You Have the Blues? Kansas City Kitty & Georgia Tom. 02:52.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Kansas City Kitty
Written-By – Edgar Leslie, Walter Donaldson
|B||Trail To San Antone
Written-By – Deuce-Spriggins*
- Manufactured By – Premier Record Co.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 20231
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 20232
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 20231
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 20232
|6004||Ambrose Haley And His Ozark Ramblers||Trail To San Antone / Kansas City Kitty (Shellac, 10", RP)||Mercury||6004||US||Unknown|