Eddy Arnold - Cattle Call album download
|1||It's A Sin|
|2||The Cattle Call|
|3||Many Tears Ago|
|4||Wondering What To Do|
|5||Rocking Alone In An Old Rockin' Chair|
|6||I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes|
|7||I Walk Alone|
|10||I'll Hold You In My Heart|
|11||It Makes No Difference Now|
|13||Seven Years With The Wrong Man|
|14||I Couldn't Believe It Was True|
|15||Bouquet Of Roses|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 06007 28128 7
Eddy Arnold- Cattle Call from The Best of Eddy Arnold Album. Touring is really a pretty lonely business.
The Cattle Call" is a song written and recorded in 1934 by American songwriter and musician Tex Owens. It became a signature song for Eddy Arnold. Members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time. Owens wrote the song in Kansas City while watching the snow fall. Watching the snow, my sympathy went out to cattle everywhere, and I just wished I could call them all around me and break some corn over a wagon wheel and feed them.
Cattle Call was originally recorded by Eddy Arnold in 1945 as the b-side to "Each Minute Seems a Million Years. In 1955, Arnold re-recorded the song, this version spending 26 weeks on the country chart, 2 of the 26 at Forty years later, Eddy Arnold joined 13-year-old Texan LeAnn Rimes on a version of "The Cattle Call" for her 1996 Curb debut album, Blue. Eddy Arnold had a number one hit in 1955 with one of his recordings of "Cattle Call," but this 1963 LP was his first all-western album and his first to make the Billboard album charts. Over a half-century later this re-recording of the title track remains a haunting vinyl record memory with a real yodel rather than the falsetto vocal treatment it often receives. Well made and well remembered, this LP is perhaps the most significant western album of the '60s.
Eddy Arnold had a number one hit in 1955 with one of his recordings of "Cattle Call," but this 1963 LP was his first all-western album and his first to make the Billboard album charts. In addition to the expected western standards on Cattle Call, Arnold "westernizes" popular songs like "The Wayward Wind," and his smooth baritone fits these songs just as well as that of Rex Allen or Johnny Western.
4. Leanin' on the Old Top Rail. The Essential Eddy Arnold.
Written-By – Tex Owens. A4. Written-By – Charles Kenny, Nick Kenny. Cattle Call (LP, Album, Mono).
Cattle Call was also the first Eddy Arnold album to hit the pop charts; its without a doubt a landmark in his legendary career, and were reissuing it here with the original gorgeous cover art and new liner notes. Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Cattle Call - Thereby Hangs A Tale (1990) by Eddy Arnold. This album has an average beat per minute of 107 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/199 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Cattle Call - Thereby Hangs a Tale. 1. The Streets of Laredo.