Lorne Greene & His Western Classics - On The Ponderosa mp3 album
Welcome to the Ponderosa. Lorne Greene: The Man. See all albums. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
On the Ponderosa: Lorne Greene & His Western Classics. Ringo is found on the album On the Ponderosa: Lorne Greene & His Western Classics. Found on more albums: Welcome to the Ponderosa Lorne Greene: The Man. close. Lorne Greene – Ringo. He lay face down in the desert sand Clutching his six-gun in his hand Shot from behind, I thought he was dead But under his heart was an ounce of lead But a spark still burned so I used my knife And late that night I saved the life of Ringo. I nursed him till the danger passed The days went by, he mended fast Then from dawn till setting sun He practiced with that deadly gun And hour on hour I watched in awe No human being could match the draw of Ringo.
Laid-Back/Mellow Sentimental Soothing Theatrical. On the Ponderosa: Lorne Greene & His Western Classics.
Greene released his first album in 1963, and the following year he scored a surprise number one smash with Ringo, a Western story song he narrated rather than sang. Greene charted a couple more times with 1965's The Man and 1966's Waco, and released a total of five albums on RCA Victor from 1963-1966. Just before he was scheduled to reprise his role for a TV-movie reunion, Greene. The Complete Christmas on the Ponderosa. Bonanza Theme Song By Lorne Greene. Saga of The Ponderosa - Lorne Greene.
Lorne Hyman Greene, OC (born Lyon Himan Green; February 12, 1915 – September 11, 1987) was a Canadian actor, radio personality and singer. His television roles include Ben Cartwright on the western Bonanza, and Commander Adama in the original science fiction television series Battlestar Galactica and Galactica 1980. He also worked on the Canadian television nature documentary series Lorne Greene's New Wilderness, and in television commercials.
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The album cover is almost identical to Lorne's "Welcome To The Ponderosa" album, but there the similarity ends as this is not the same album. This album released in 1997 has been long deleted so prepare to shop around as the price is very high for this rarity. I had heard Lorne Greene sing "his" version of Bonanza on an Emmy's show not too many years before he passed away. Before hearing it I had only heard Johnny Cash's version on an old . that I purchased as a young adult!! This CD has all the songs that I've heard him sing over the years, especially "Ringo". This is a great CD for any one that truly enjoys westerns and western songs!! J. Kmetz.
Listen to music from Lorne Greene like Ringo, Bonanza & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Lorne Greene. The first of his American television roles was as family patriarch Ben Cartwright on the long-running western series Bonanza (1959–1973), making Greene a household name.
Lorne Greene Welcome to the Ponderosa Near Mint Condition. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Ponderosa 2 lorne greene ben cartwight ponderosa ranch replica bonanza 24 pages. This recording is on the RCA Victor record label, (LSP-3302). Cover - VG+ (light overall wear). Lorne Greene ~ "Lorne Greene's American West" ~ LP ~ (1966) ~ RCA LSP-3409.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|3||Skip To My Lou
Featuring – Don Blocker, Michael Landon , Pernell Roberts
|4||The Ol' Chisholm Trail||2:33|
|5||Five Card Stud||2:56|
|7||Riders In The Sky||2:28|
|9||Whoopi Ti Yi Yo||1:53|
|11||The Devil's Grin||2:06|
|13||An Ol' Tin Cup||2:51|
|19||My Sons, My Sons||2:24|
|20||Saga Of The Ponderosa||5:58|
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NotesTrack 18 from the movie 'Waco'
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 7 93018 21572 5
- Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): L384 1100 DRC11545 B70812-03