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CD D 377

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 8 God Bless America. B.A.C.M. 377


A prolific recording artist whose recording career stretched from the 1920s through to the mid '60s. This is the 8th CD collection issued by The Archive. It ties up a few loose ends with some very rare collector's items including two recordings with Jo Stafford and some off air radio takes.

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Track listing:

- Good Old Fashioned Hoedown
- You Are the Light Of My Life
- Darlin' What More Can I Do
- Was Yesterday A Dream
- I'm Learning To Live Without You
- When The Snowbirds Cross The Rockies
- I'm A Fool To Care
- Texans Never Cry
- Poison Ivy
- The Roses I Picked For Our Wedding
- The Statue In The Bay
- Teardrops From My Eyes
- My Heart Cries For You
- The Place Where I Worship
- God Bless America
- Am I A Pastime
- Angels In The Sky
- It Just Don't Seem Like Home
- I'm Innocent
- You're An Angel
- God's In The Saddle Right There By My Side
- Merry Christmas Waltz
- Two Cheaters In Love
- I'm A Yankee Doodle Dandy
- Marcheta
- I'm An Old Cow Hand

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02-You-are-the-light-of-my-life (1941)

23-Two-Cheaters-In-Love-1955


CDs by Gene Autry


CD D 377

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 8 God Bless America. B.A.C.M. 377

A prolific recording artist whose recording career stretched from the 1920s through to the mid '60s. This is the 8th CD collection issued by The Archive. It ties up a few loose ends with some very rare collector's items including two recordings with Jo Stafford and some off air radio takes.


More details            Price: USD $16.00           


CD D 112

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 7. A Cowboy’s Serenade. B.A.C.M. 112

24 1930s/40s/50s songs selected from his vast treasury of recordings, including two rare bonus tracks.


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CD D 111

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 6. Texas Blues – Early Rare Recordings. B.A.C.M. 111

More early recordings (1929-37) some from his 'Jimmie Rodgers stylist' phase before he became famous as a cowboy singing movie star.


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CD D 38

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 4. Goodbye Pinto. B.A.C.M. 38

There are 21 songs here from what many consider his best recording period (mid ‘30s to mid ‘40s); complementing our other selections on CDs 15, 16, 37, 39, 111, 112 and 377 (as you gather, we at the Archive are big Autry fans, doing our best to share his great legacy of recorded work).


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CD D 39

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 5. Little Farm Home. B.A.C.M. 39

The 20 songs on this, our 5th CD in the Autry canon, features many of his early recordings when his style was modeled on that of the Legendary Jimmie Rodgers.


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CD D 37

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 3. Rollin’ along. B.A.C.M. 37

20 more Gene Autry tracks, this selection mainly from the late 1940s and early 50s.


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CD D 15

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 1 “Hold On Little Dogies, Hold On”. B.A.C.M. 15

One of the biggest Western film and singing star, these 20 songs, many with his co-writer Jimmy Long, span the years 1931-37.


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CD D 16

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 2 . “We’ve Come a Long Way Together”. B.A.C.M. 16

Another Gene Autry selection, recorded 1937-50 with many of his own compositions.


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