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The 1st release in the next series of musical companions to the hit A&E TV show Biography salutes "The King of the Cowboys," Roy Rogers. Serving as a tribute and retrospective of one of America's most beloved performers (who passed away on July 6th of this year), this collection includes both hit songs and a number of previously unreleased tracks. Includes "Happy Trails," "Lovenworth," "Hoppy, Gene & Me," plus much more from Roy's 40-year recording career.
The 1st release in the next series of musical companions to the hit A&E TV show Biography salutes "The King of the Cowboys," Roy Rogers. Serving as a tribute and retrospective of one of America's most beloved performers (who passed away on July 6th of this year), this collection includes both hit songs and a number of previously unreleased tracks. Includes "Happy Trails," "Lovenworth," "Hoppy, Gene & Me," plus much more from Roy's 40-year recording career.
724349785120
Roy Rogers - A&E Biography

Details

Format: CD
Label: CMK
Catalog: 97851
Rel. Date: 11/03/1998
UPC: 724349785120

A&E Biography
Artist: Roy Rogers
Format: CD
Used: Available
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. My Chickashay Gal
2. Sunday Kind of Country Kind of Love - (previously unreleased)
3. Happy Anniversary
4. Lovenworth
5. Without Sunshine - (previously unreleased)
6. Bible Tells Me So, The
7. These Are the Good Old Days
8. Stampede
9. Night Guard, The
10. Along the Navajo Trail - (with various artists)
11. Money Can't Buy Love
12. Good to Be Home Again - (previously unreleased)
13. Happy Trails - (with various artists)
14. Letter to Roy, A - (previously unreleased)
15. Untitled - (bonus track)

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The 1st release in the next series of musical companions to the hit A&E TV show Biography salutes "The King of the Cowboys," Roy Rogers. Serving as a tribute and retrospective of one of America's most beloved performers (who passed away on July 6th of this year), this collection includes both hit songs and a number of previously unreleased tracks. Includes "Happy Trails," "Lovenworth," "Hoppy, Gene & Me," plus much more from Roy's 40-year recording career.
        
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