Jean Wilcox Hibben | Songs of the American West

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Songs of the American West

by Jean Wilcox Hibben

Authentic Western songs backed by period acoustic instruments. These are the songs the cowboys of the 19th and early 20th Centuries sung. Get a sense of what your ancestors sang, sing along, or use as background music for a Western party.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Get Along, Little Dogies
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2. Doney Gal
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3. I Ride An Old Paint
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4. Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie
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5. Sky Ball Paint
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6. Red River Valley
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7. Cowboy's Lament (streets Of Laredo)
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8. Dreary Black Hills
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9. Cool Water
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10. Blue Mountain
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11. Jesse James
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12. The Western Home (home, Home On The Range)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the seventh album of Jean Wilcox Hibben, honoring our ancestors and their music. This recording includes autoharp, concertina, Dobro, 6- and 12-string guitars, banjo, and mandolin played by Jean and saw and spoons played by her husband and sound technician, Butch Hibben. The songs are the same that are used in Jean's "'Get Along Little Dogies'" program with additional verses for some of the pieces and the inclusion of about 4 additional songs. As with her previous program-based recordings, Jean hopes that the songs on this CD will help people connect with the music of their ancestors.


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