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Andy Parker Vol 3-469
CD D 469

ANDY PARKER & THE PLAINSMEN – Vol. 3 – Down The Trail. B.A.C.M. 469


A third volume of recordings by this superbly talented Western group which many fans rate more highly than the Sons of The Pioneers. This selection features radio transcriptions lovingly restored by Andy’s son, Joe Parker. As well as their excellent and distinctive harmony vocalists the band had some of the best musicians of the day including accordionist Leroy Kruble and classically trained violinist Harry Sims on fiddle. Nice mix of traditional and more modern western songs.

Price: USD $16.00           



Track listing:

- Call Of The Rollin' Plains-Opening Theme
- Wabash Cannonball
- Steamboat Bill
- Out On The Open Range
- Along The Colorado Trail
- Song Of The Bandit
- Love Song Of The Waterfall
- Mellow Mountain Moon
- Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary
- Bachelor Button
- Perky Deedle Di Do
-   Find 'Em Fool 'Em (Forget All About 'Em)
- Here Dem Bells
- Everyday Is Sunday
- When The Bloom Is On The Sage
- Toodle-Um-Bo
- Hora Staccato (Instr)
- Jesusita (En Chihuahua) (Instr.)
- Goodbye To Old Mexico
- Love Song Of Old San Antone
- Dawn Is On The Desert
- Down The Trail
- Skyball Paint
- At The Rainbow's End
- Empty Saddles
- Twilight On The Trail
- Hubbin' It
- Trail Drivin'
- Tumbleweed Trail
- Call Of The Rollin' Plains-Closing Theme

 

 

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Listen to sample tracks:

04-Out-on-the-open-range (1951)

17 Hora-Staccato (a sizzling instrumental, Harry Sims on fiddle. 1950)


CDs by Andy Parker & The Plainsmen

Eddie Dean-547
CD D 547

Eddie Dean & Andy Parker And The Plainsmen BACM CD 547

An essential ingredient of the 1940s black and white westerns, was the cowboy band, typically playing over the opening and closing credits as well as doing a ‘live’ performance built into the story. This collection takes songs from six popular movies from 1947/1948 featuring singing cowboy Eddie Dean (see also BACM CD 69, Dusty Old Saddle). We also include eight tracks of Eddie accompanied by the superb Andy Parker and The Plainsmen. Thanks are due to Andy’s son, Joe, who edited and digitally restored the tracks – continuing his epic work over the decades, archiving and restoring classic Western recordings, preserving an important part of America’s musical heritage for future generations.


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Andy Parker-Vol 4-495
CD D 495

ANDY PARKER & THE PLAINSMEN – Vol. 4 Trail Dust. BACM CD 495

Thanks are due to Andy’s son Joe Parker who has lovingly restored these 23 tracks from original 78s in the Parker Family collection and supplied the sleeve notes. Historic recordings, all from 1947 and 1949/51 sessions, scarce and rare - from what many of us rate as the finest of the classic Western groups.


More details            Price: USD $16.00           

Andy Parker Vol 3-469
CD D 469

ANDY PARKER & THE PLAINSMEN – Vol. 3 – Down The Trail. B.A.C.M. 469

A third volume of recordings by this superbly talented Western group which many fans rate more highly than the Sons of The Pioneers. This selection features radio transcriptions lovingly restored by Andy’s son, Joe Parker. As well as their excellent and distinctive harmony vocalists the band had some of the best musicians of the day including accordionist Leroy Kruble and classically trained violinist Harry Sims on fiddle. Nice mix of traditional and more modern western songs.


More details            Price: USD $16.00           


CD D 329

ANDY PARKER & THE PLAINSMEN – Vol. 2 Coast Records. B.A.C.M. 329

A treat for fans of authentic Western harmony song, this group is way up there with The Sons Of The Pioneers. This 26 track CD represents their mid 1940s output on the Coast label. Check out CD 36 for a selection of their later recordings.


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CD D 36

ANDY PARKER & THE PLAINSMEN – Vol. 1 Texas Belle. B.A.C.M. 36

Having begun his radio career in 1929 and achieving early fame as the ‘Singing Cowboy’ on NBC (1937-41) Parker was already a seasoned performer when he formed The Plainsmen, initially as a trio in 1945. They became ‘Andy Parker and The Plainsmen’ when they signed up for a series of Westerns with Eddie Dean in 1947. here we present 27 mainly 1940s transcription recordings from this highly rated group, classic cowboy songs.


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