C.W. McCall - Roses For Mama mp3 album
Roses for Mama is the fifth album by country musician C. W. McCall, released on Polydor Records in 1977 (see 1977 in music). The album saw McCall singing several songs that were written by others, as opposed to his previous albums, which were written entirely by him and Chip Davis. In fact, only three songs were written by the McCall and Davis; these are "I Don't Know (and I Don't Care)", "The Gallopin' Goose" and "Old Glory".
BPM Profile Roses for Mama. Album starts at 93BPM, ends at BPM (-93), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). The Real McCall An American Storyteller.
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McCall – Roses For Mama. Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country. Roses For Mama (LP, Album, RE). Summit Concorde. SCD499 013. Australia.
Roses for Mama" is a song recorded and by both country music artists Red Sovine and . McCall, and was a top 5 hit for McCall in 1977. One of McCall's numerous recitations released during the 1970s, "Roses for Mama" differed from his usual novelty-style tales. Instead, this song focuses on a traveller's kind-hearted actions toward a motherless boy. Song story. At the flower shop, he runs into a teary-eyed 5-year-old boy. The boy is upset because he cannot afford to purchase roses for his mother, whom he says he hasn't seen in almost a year. The boy tells his story about living with his grandfather (grandmother in McCall's version) and that he had promised to purchase five roses to celebrate his mother's birthday, but had only a dime to spend.
Roses for Mama Today's her birthday Roses for Mama Today's her birthday. He said, "I live with Grandma now. But I promised Mama some roses, 'cause I talk to her all the time. Well, the little fella's story kind a' touched my heart, so I told the lady to give him what he wanted and charge it to me. Then I told her I needed to wire a dozen roses to my Mama, up in Chapel Hill, Tennessee. I looked around, and the little boy.