Music

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Cowboy Christmas Classics

Riders In The Sky

Featuring Deck the Bunkhouse Walls, Christmas Time’s a-Comin’, Riding Home on Christmas Eve, Here Comes Santa Claus, Silver Bells w/ Kathy Mattea, Sidemeat’s Christmas Goose, Merry Christmas from Harmony Ranch/Jingle Bells, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, White Christmas, Navidad I Año Nuevo, and Christmas Carol Medley/The Greatest Gifts

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Christmas the Cowboy Way

Riders In The Sky

Christmas the Cowboy Way is a studio recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky on October 5, 1999. This is a collection new and old Christmas songs by Riders in the Sky.

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40 Years The Cowboy Way

Riders In The Sky

Our 41st…count ’em…album! Featuring 15 tracks including Ranger Doug’s nouveau classic “Old New Mexico,” Side Meat’s most requested “I’ve Cooked Everything,” Joey’s warm baritone on “Brazos River,” and Woody Paul’s hot fiddle on “Bear Creek Hop.” 

“This album proves there’s still a little snap in the old soup bone.” – Too Slim

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Riders In The Sky Salute Roy Rogers: King of the Cowboys

Riders In The Sky

Join Riders In The Sky in a thrilling ride to yesteryear as they salute iconic western movie, music and TV star Roy Rogers, undisputed “King of the Cowboys.” King of the Cowboys: Riders In The Sky Salute Roy Rogers features family-friendly favorites from Roy’s long career that include “Don’t Fence Me In,” “Pecos Bill,” “Happy Trails” and more wrapped up in the Riders’ two-time Grammy-winning high yodeling style.

Daytrotter Session

Riders In The Sky

These trails - the ones that let you find out where a man's grit and gravy are hidden - are the ones that Nashville legends Riders In The Sky follow with that pull-up-a-stool-let-me-get-you-a-drink attitude. The people in their songs find themselves invigorated at the ends of their days, having achieved true fulfillment. They've got purpose. They've got decently warm coffee in their tin cups and they've got their trusty saddle horses between their legs. They might be wearing stiffened with sweat clothes. They may have a stink about them, but they're happy to be with their buddies, driving cattle across the plains or tying their horses up outside the saloon for what's always a happy hour. Their songs - some of the most famous of which have been prominently featured in Pixar's "Toy Story" franchise -- are filled with notions of that camaraderie amongst cowboy friends, of living off the land, a soft breeze for a babe and needing very little other another day just like the one recently completed, where everything felt right and good.
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Home On The Range

Riders In The Sky

Riders In The Sky collaborate with iconic Western actor Wilford Brimley in what critics are calling "an American classic." Twelve songs hand-picked by Wilford, reflecting his love of cowboy music, jazz, and vintage popular song.

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Ranger Doug Sings... Songs of the Frontier

Ranger Doug

Ranger Doug steps out to sing a few of the ballads he has collected in his long career, ably supported by fellow Riders In The Sky; story songs, folk songs, sentimental songs, and songs of the trail and the wagon train.

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Say No More It's Freddy LaBour

Freddy Labour

Too Slim's wacky solo CD under the obviously fake show business name of Freddy LaBour. Fans of the Riders' bass plucker's humor and skewed vision will share Baxter Black's assessment: "Freddy, there aren't many people who can write funny stuff. You're one of 'em." Original folk music for original people.

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America’s Favorite Cowboy Songs

Riders In The Sky

Release Date: September 1, 2012
Label: Cracker Barrel

  1. Back in the Saddle Again
  2. Cool Water
  3. I Ride An Old Paint
  4. Red River Valley
  5. Buffalo Gals / Bear Creek Hop
  6. Streets of Laredo
  7. How Does He Yodel?
  8. Tumbling Tumbleweeds
  9. Home ON the Range
  10. The Old Chisholm Trail
  11. The Strawberry Roan
  12. (Ghost) Riders in the Sky
  13. Woody's Roundup 

 

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Land Beyond the Sun

Riders In The Sky

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"Lassoed Live" at the Schermerhorn with the Nashville Symphony

Riders In The Sky

Highlights of Riders' three night stand with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra, ably led by Assistant Conductor Kelly Corcoran. There's no better way to hear Riders In The Sky than backed by the lush, expansive sound of a full orchestra.

Tracklist: RIDERS IN THE SKY OVERTURE, RIDE COWBOY RIDE, COOL WATER, YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS, THE ARMS OF MY LOVE, SOUTH OF THE BORDER, WOODY’S ROUNDUP MEDLEY, BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN, RAWHIDE, LONELY YUKON STARS, (GHOST) RIDERS IN THE SKY, HAPPY TRAILS, TUMBLING TUMBLEWEEDS

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Live from the Golden Age of Riders Radio Theater

Riders In The Sky

Live from the Golden Age of Riders Radio Theater is a compilation album by the Western band Riders in the Sky in 2006. The album is a collection of songs featured on the Riders' weekly radio show: Riders Radio Theater.
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Riders In The Sky Present: Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier

Riders In The Sky

Who better than Riders In The Sky to sing the praises of Davy Crockett, the scout, militiaman, Congressman and hero of the Alamo whose life became an American legend? 

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Silver Jubilee

Riders In The Sky

Riders in the Sky brought their 25th anniversary year to a grand finale with Silver Jubilee, a 2-CD set of new recordings of their best-loved songs — along with a bonus live mini-concert.

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Monsters, Inc. Scream Factory Favorites

Riders In The Sky

Monsters, Inc. Scream Factory Favorites is a studio recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky on August 27, 2002. Produced by Joey Miskulin, the album features covers of the songs from the Disney/Pixar film, Monsters, Inc., as well as original material.

A Pair Of Kings

Riders In The Sky

A Pair of Kings is a studio recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky on February 19, 2002. The "pair of kings" referenced in the album's title are featured Riders Joey "the Cowpolka King" Miskulin and Woody Paul, King of the Cowboy Fiddlers.

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Ridin' the Tweetsie Railroad

Riders In The Sky

Ridin' the Tweetsie Railroad is a studio recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky in 2002.

The album was created through the cooperation of Riders in the Sky and the Tweetsie Railroad theme park in Blowing Rock, North Carolina, home to where Thomas the Tank Engine is kept. It includes old favorites that were originally sung by Boxcar Willie, such as "Wabash Cannonball", "Orange Blossom Special" and "Casey Jones" and also introduces all-new compositions written by the Grammy Award-winning band Riders In The Sky, including the songs "Tweetsie Railroad Line", "Ghost Train" and "Tweetsie Junction".

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Woody's Roundup: A Rootin' Tootin' Collection of Woody's Favorite Songs

Riders In The Sky

When the makers of Toy Story 2 went looking for a story that Woody could own in the celebrated sequel, they settled on thickening the plot by making Woody the former star of a 1950s-era television variety show. In the wake of the film's success, Disneyland launched an immensely popular variety show spinoff featuring some of the music on Woody's Original Roundup. Subtitled A Rootin'-Tootin' Collection of Woody's Favorite Songs, this imaginary soundtrack to a fictional TV show is spiritedly played by cowboy band Riders in the Sky. The songs are compact ditties that kids will fall in love with--especially the title track, the darling "Jessie, the Yodelin' Cowgirl," and the hit "You've Got a Friend in Me." Without much fanfare, this hoedown has leapt to the front of the pack as one of the year's best children's music releases. --Andrew Bartlett for Amazon
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Great Big Western Howdy!

Riders In The Sky

A Great Big Western Howdy! is a studio recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky in 1998.

Yodel the Cowboy Way

Riders In The Sky

Yodel the Cowboy Way is a compilation recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky on January 13, 1998.
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Songs of The Sage

Ranger Doug

Release Date: March 14, 1997
Label: Warner Bros.
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Public Cowboy #1: The Music of Gene Autry

Riders In The Sky

Public Cowboy #1 is a studio recording released on CD by the Western band Riders in the Sky on October 22, 1996.
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Cowboy Songs

Riders In The Sky

Cowboy Songs is a compilation recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky in 1996.
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Always Drink Upstream from the Herd

Riders In The Sky

Always Drink Upstream from the Herd is a studio recording by the Western band Riders in the Sky, released in 1995.

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Cowboys in Love

Riders In The Sky

Cowboys in Love is a studio recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky, released in 1994. It was their only release on the Epic label. Special guest Emmylou Harris duets with Ranger Doug on "One Has My Name" and Asleep at the Wheel on "I'm a Ding Dong Daddy".
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Merry Christmas from Harmony Ranch

Riders In The Sky

Merry Christmas from Harmony Ranch is a studio recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky in 1992.
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Saturday Morning with Riders

Riders In The Sky

Saturday Morning with Riders is a studio recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky in 1992.
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Harmony Ranch

Riders In The Sky

Harmony Ranch is a studio recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky in 1991. It is a tie-in album to the Riders' 1991 CBS children's show.
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Best of the West Rides Again

Riders In The Sky

Best of the West Rides Again is a compilation recording by the Western band Riders in the Sky in 1989. This is the second compilation taken from the Rounder albums presented by Riders in the Sky.

Horse Opera

Riders In The Sky

Horse Opera was the 13th album of the Western swing trio Riders in the Sky, released in 1990, although most of it was recorded back in 1978
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Riders Go Commercial

Riders In The Sky

Riders Go Commercial is a studio recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky in 1989. It contains spoken comedy skits, commercial satires and six songs.

Riders Radio Theater

Riders In The Sky

Riders Radio Theater is a studio album by the Western band Riders in the Sky based on their radio program Riders Radio Theater. It was released in 1988
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Saddle Pals

Riders In The Sky

Sing and dance along with Riders In The Sky as they perform classics old and new that the whole family will enjoy. Even Sidemeat gets into the action to learn his ABC's "The Cowboy Way!"

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Best of the West

Riders In The Sky

Best of the West is a compilation recording by the Western band Riders in the Sky, released in 1987.
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The Cowboy Way

Riders In The Sky

The Cowboy Way is a live recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky in 1987

New Trails

Riders In The Sky

New Trails is a studio recording by the Western band Riders in the Sky, released in 1986

Live

Riders In The Sky

Live is a live recording by the Western band Riders in the Sky released in 1984.Recorded at the Birchmere in Alexandria, VA on March 5th and 6th, 1983.
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Weeds and Water

Riders In The Sky

Weeds and Water is the fourth studio album by the Western band Riders in the Sky, released in 1983. The album features cowboy music standards like "Cool Water," "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" and "Streets of Laredo," along with several originals.
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Prairie Serenade

Riders In The Sky

Prairie Serenade is the third studio album by the Western band Riders in the Sky, released in 1982.
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Cowboy Jubilee

Riders In The Sky

Cowboy Jubilee is the second studio album by the Western band Riders in the Sky, released in 1981, featuring a title track originally written by Ken Carson of the Sons of the Pioneers.
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Three on the Trail

Riders In The Sky

Three on the Trail is the debut studio album by the Western band Riders in the Sky, released in 1979 by Rounder Records Group. Riders in the Sky specializes in Western singing in the style of the Sons of the Pioneers; the Riders became one of Rounder's most popular groups for their vocals and good humor.