The Sons of the Pioneers - Tumbling Tumbleweeds: The Chart Years 1934-49 | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Disc 1:
2. Tumbling Tumbleweeds
3. When Our Old Age Pension Check Comes to Our Door
4. Echoes from the Hills
5. Cajon Stomp
6. Roving Cowboy
7. The Hills of Old Wyomin'
8. A Melody from the Sky
9. Texas Star
10. Blue Bonnet Girl
11. Ride Ranger Ride
12. Empty Saddles
13. I'm An Old Cowhand
14. We'll Rest at the End of the Trail
15. Blue Prairie
16. One More Ride
17. Way Out There
18. Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande
19. Just A-Wearyin' for You
20. When the Roses Bloom Again
21. I Wonder If She Waits for Me Tonight
22. Hear Dem Bells
23. Leaning on the Everlasting Arm
24. Lead Me Gently Home, Father
25. One More River to Cross
26. Cool Water
27. (Goodbye My Darlin') They Drew My Number
28. You Broke My Heart
29. Private Buckaroo
30. Wagner Hoedown
31. I'll Be Around Somewhere
32. Cool Water
33. Stars and Stripes on Iwo Jima
34. Forgive and Forget
35. Gold Star Mother with Silvery Hair
36. No One to Cry to
37. Tumbling Tumbleweeds
38. Cowboy Camp Meeting
39. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You
40. Baby Doll
41. Cigareetes, Whusky and Wild, Wild Women
42. My Best to You
43. Teardrops in My Heart
44. Will There Be Sagebrush in Heaven?
45. Out in Pioneertown
46. A Hundred and Sixty Acres
47. Calico Apron, a Gingham Gown
48. Down Where the Rio Flows
49. The Missouri Is a Devil of a Woman
50. Too High, Too Wide, Too Low
51. Little Gray Home in the West
52. Room Full of Roses
53. Red River Valley
54. Let's Go West Again

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With their origins in California, they evolved from a vocal trio that comprised future cowboy movie star Roy Rogers, Canadian songwriter Bob Nolan, and Tim Spencer