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Oak Ridge Boys - Elvira (lun, 08 mar 2021)
Song written by Dallas Frazier, realesed in December 1965 . But the most successful version was recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys, for MCA in 1981, it reached number one on the US country charts on May 30, 1981 , also arrived at number one of the Canadian country lists. The album was certified double platinum by the RIAA. Elvira: Song written by Dallas Frazier, realesed in December 1965, for Capitol seal, with the production of Marvin Hughes, arrived at the position 72 of lists US Billboard Hot 100. The song was included on the album, Elvira (Capitol 1966). But the most successful version was recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys, for MCA in 1981, it reached number one on the US country charts on May 30, 1981 , also arrived at number one of the Canadian country lists. The song was included on the album, Fancy Free (Capitol 1981). The album was certified double platinum by the RIAA. Ray Baker, who worked on this song, tells that he met Dallas Frazier in a small brewery called The High Hat in Madison, Tennessee. Dallas was a handsome young boy who had just moved from California and worked for Ferlin Husky at a gas station it was owned by Ferlin. They made friends immediately, one day leaving the brewery, Ray and Dallas driving through East Nashville, almost passed a red light at the intersection of Gallatin Road (a main road) and a side street called Elvira Street. They stopped in time and while they were sitting drinking beer and having a good time, Dallas looked up and noticed the street sign. Immediately he began to sing the chorus of what would become the song Elvira. Versions:   Dallas Frazier 1965 (Capitol) Baby Ray 1967 (Imperial Records) Kenny Rogers & The first edition 1970 (Reprise Records) Rodney Crowell 1978 (Warner Bros) Ronnie Hawkins 1979 (United Artists Records) Obie McClinton 1980 (Sunbird Records) The Oak Ridge Boys 1981 (MCA) Ka’au Crater Boys 1998 (Roy Sakuma Productions) Miquel Batlle Garriga
mbatllegarriga@gmail.com The Oak Ridge Boys – Elvira lyrics   [Chorus] Elvira, Elvira My heart’s on fire, for Elvira   [Verse 1] Eyes that look like heaven, lips like cherry wine That girl can sure enough make my little light shine I get a funny feeling, up and down my spine Cause I know that my Elvira’s mine So I’m singin’   [Chorus] Elvira, Elvira My heart’s on fire, for Elvira   [Bridge] Giddy up, oom poppa, omm poppa, mow mow Giddy up, oom poppa, omm poppa, mow mow, heigh-ho Silver, away   [Verse 2] Tonight I’m gonna meet her, at the Hungry House Cafe And I’m gonna give her all the love I can, yes I am She’s gonna jump and holler, cause I’ve saved up my last two dollars We’re gonna search and find that preacher man And I’m singin’   [Chorus] Elvira, Elvira My heart’s on fire, for Elvira   [Bridge] Giddy up, oom poppa, omm poppa, mow mow Giddy up, oom poppa, omm poppa, mow mow, heigh-ho Silver, away   [Chorus] Elvira, Elvira My heart’s on fire, for Elvira   [Bridge] Giddy up, oom poppa, omm poppa, mow mow Giddy up, oom poppa, omm poppa, mow mow, heigh-ho Silver, away   [Chorus] Elvira, Elvira My heart’s on fire, for Elvira   [Bridge] Giddy up, oom poppa, omm poppa, mow mow Giddy up, oom poppa, omm poppa, mow mow, heigh-ho Silver, away   [Chorus] Elvira, Elvira My heart’s on fire, for Elvira


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Western Music Time (06 - 10 Jan 2021) (Mon, 11 Jan 2021)
Stampede – Roy Rogers End title to The Big Stampede (early John Wayne film) – Studio Orch. When the Moon Comes Over Sun Valley – Sons of the Pioneers The Search for Gold El Dorado – George Alexander & the Mellomen Wanderers of the Wasteland – Sons of the Pioneers Dutchman’s Gold – The Reinsmen Sunbonnet Sue – Fort Worth Doughboys Sundown on the Prairie – Tex Ritter Rowdy – Clint Eastwood Remembering The Alamo The Alamo - Marty Robbins Overture - soundtrack Main Title/Legend of the Alamo Santa Ana The Last Roundup – The Ames Brothers Amapola - Gene Autry Cielito Lindo – Robert Delgado Free with Love - Soundtrack from Hopalong Cassidy's: The Eagle’s Brood (1935) Rex Allen Sings Smiley Burnette compositions Ridin’ All Day – Rex Allen Hold on Little Dogie, Hold On – Rex Allen It’s My Lazy Day  - Rex Allen and Don Edwards Ridin’ Down the Canyon – Rex Allen


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George Strait - Ocean Front Property (Tue, 22 Dec 2020)
Ocean Front Property George Strait performs "Ocean Front Property" Live Video. "Ocean Front Property" is a song written by Dean Dillon, Hank Cochran and Royce Porter, and recorded by American country music artist George Strait. It was released in December 1986 as the lead-off single and title track from his album of the same name. It was a number-one hit in both the United States and Canada.On the 45 record single, "My Heart Won't Wander Very Far From You" is the B-side. WIKIPEDIA George Strait Ocean Front Property Lyrics If you leave me, I won't miss you, And I won't ever take you back. Girl, your mem'ry won't ever haunt me 'Cause I don't love you, and now if you'll buy that.   I got some ocean front property in Arizona. From my front porch you can see the sea. I got some ocean front property in Arizona. If you'll buy that, I'll throw the golden gate in free.   I don't worship the ground you walk on. I never have and that's a fact. I won't follow or try to find you 'Cause I don't love you, and now if you'll buy that.   Yeah, if you'll buy that I'll throw the golden gate in free.


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Ronnie Milsap - (There's) No Gettin' Over Me (Tue, 08 Dec 2020)
His 18th No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in August 1981, "(There's) No Gettin' Over Me" marked the apex of Milsap's popularity as a crossover artist, reaching No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number two Hot Adult Contemporary Singles. Ronnie Milsap performs "(There's) No Gettin' Over Me" "(There's) No Gettin' Over Me" is a song written by Walt Aldridge and Tom Brasfield, and recorded by American country music singer Ronnie Milsap. It was released in June 1981 as the first single from the album There's No Gettin' Over Me. Known by many fans by its less grammatically correct title "There Ain't No Gettin' Over Me" — the song's official title appears nowhere in the lyrics — the song became one of Milsap's biggest country and pop hits during his recording career. His 18th No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in August 1981, "(There's) No Gettin' Over Me" marked the apex of Milsap's popularity as a crossover artist, reaching No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number two Hot Adult Contemporary Singles. WIKIPEDIA
Ronnie Milsap - (There's) No Gettin' Over Me Lyrics   Well you can walk out on me tonight If you think that it ain't feeling right But darling There's ain't no getting over me Well you can say that you need to be free But there ain't no place that I won't be Sweet darling bass run up There ain't no getting over me I'll be the bill you forgot to pay bass run up I'll be the dream that keeps you awake I'll be the song on the radio I'll be the reason that you tell the boys no Don't you know You can tell everyone that we're through You might even believe it too But darling There's ain't no getting over me Sweet darling lead, bass run up There ain't no getting over me I'll be the face that you see in the crowd I'll be the times that you cry out loud I'll be the smile when there's no one around I'll be the book that you just can't put down So you can walk out on me tonight If you think that it ain't feeling right But darling There's ain't no getting over me You'll see sweet darling There's ain't no getting over me No no no no No Darling There ain't no getting over me Oh No darling There ain't no getting over me Oh darling There ain't no getting over me

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Western Swing Time Nov 18,DJ Randy Tex Hill (Sun, 22 Nov 2020)
  Randy "Tex" Hill Cowtown Society of Western Music "2016 DJ of the Year;" 2015 AWA Top Ten DJ's; 2014 Northwest Western Swing Music Society Hall of Fame. Randy Hill is the creator and host of Western Swing Time Radio. A professional musician for over 40 years, Randy started playing drums as a young boy growing up on a central Texas farm approximately 30 miles south of Austin. During that time period, he was introduced to a variety of music via a stack of old 78s that belonged to his grandfather; artists like, B.B. King, Smiley Lewis, Bobby Lord, Gene Autry and the Old Smoky Twins. Trips to the Club 21 dance hall in nearby Uhland, Texas on Saturday nights with his parents sewed the seeds of a lifetime love of classic country music and the blues. Spread the word! The Western Swing Time Radio Show is on the air! 2 big shows - 10:00a.m. and 5:00 p.m. No cover!   Howdy friend! Grab your dancin' shoes and get ready for another swinging time on the Western Swing Time Radio Show, where Tex Hill will be playing some of the best western and Texas swing, this siiiiiiiidde of the Pecos River!     Today’s show is brought to you in part by The Oregon Valley Boys, ”We’re on a mission from Bob™"  www.oregonvalleyboys.com.   You may also listen to the show on the magical TuneIn radio app!



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