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Cowboys and Indians

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Sweethearts of the rodeo

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“Cowboys to Girls”   The Intruders  Gamble Records (Philadelphia)  (1968)   Written by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff.

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Yes, we have no Bonanza

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As did everyone of my generation, I grew up  watching Bonanza.  Here’s a neat picture sleeve on the Joker label from Holland (1962).   Music by the Simon Brehm Orchestra.

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“Wanna see me do it again?”

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Lalo Gonzalez aka “El Piporro”  “Arriba el Norte”  Musart Records  (Mexico)

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Favorite omelet #7

Houston Wells and the Marksmen   “…Western Style”   Parlaphone Records (Uk)

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Dumb Fuchs

“Shalom Pardner”   Yiddish-American Funny Songs & Humor by Leo Fuchs     Tikva Records

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The Jackson Vibe


The Modern Jazz Quartet “The Sheriff” (Atlantic Records) (1963)

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Fannie Oakley

Polkas Nortenas

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With his horse, Bagel

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From the nice folks at Manischewitz wines and foods – “The Jewish Cowboy”   (Harold Stern from Centerville, Texas)   OY!

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Hoppy days are here again

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A double-sided Hopalong Cassidy ep – “The Story of Topper”   and “Hoppy’s Happy Birthday”   Starring William Boyd.     Bozo Approved Capitol Records.   Nice old-timey children’s illustrations here.   This looks like an early 50′s release to me.   Hopalong was before my time.   Neal Cassady was more my speed.   But that’s a whole other kinda “hopped up”.

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Don’t move or I’ll shoot!

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Another from our favorite classical music label Westminster   “Best Known Overtures”

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