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Les Carrot Top-470
CD D 470

LES “Carrot Top” ANDERSON – My Baby Buckaroo. B.A.C.M. 470


Les is nowadays remembered for his steel guitar work, both with Bob Wills & The Texas Playboys and other bands including with Spade Cooley and T. Texas Tyler. But Les was also an excellent singer, performing and recording under his own name and leading a superb band, and became something of a West Coast star in the early 1950s. Pleasant relaxed vocal style, a bit reminiscent of Dean Martin. We have compiled this first volume of his recordings – mix of straightforward country and western swing recorded between 1945 and 1952 plus some rare live recordings.

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Track listing:

- Song Of The Lonesome Prairie
- Sun Sets Gold
- Sad But True
- And I Shook
- This Is Southland
- Queen Of The Saddle
- Storeroom In My Mind
- My Baby Buckaroo (1)
- He's Just A Hobo
- New Panhandle Rag
- Trouble Then Satisfaction
- Blue Light Boogie
- Just Like Two Drops Of Water
- I Was Sorta Wonderin'
- T-U-Tucky-Ty
- Las Vegas, Nevada
- Dimples Or Dumplings
- My Baby Buckaroo (2)
- Tennessee Moon
- She's Dynamite In Blue Jeans
- I've Got No Worries
- The  Prisoner Of Love
- Texas Playboy Rag
- Stardust
- What A Collision, What A Wreck
- Rosetta
- What's The Matter With The Mill

 

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01-Song-of-the-lonesome-prairie-Hollywood (1945)

20-She's-dynamite-in-blue-jeans (1951)


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CD D 621

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CD D 622

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CD D 617

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CD D 618

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CD D 619

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CD D 029

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CD D 030

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CD D 031

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CD D 032

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