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  1. Notated Music The Yellow rose of Texas About this Item. View. Go. Image 1 of The Yellow rose of Texas The Yellow rose of Texas Contributor Names K., J. (composer) Created / Published John C. Schreiner & Son, Macon.
  2. Yellow Rose Records began as a showcase pool for Bobby's album production projects and has since gained a respectable reputation in the industry worldwide for quality albums and gifted artists. Although our primary focus is Traditional Country and Western Swing, we're also pleased to .
  3. Nov 28,  · 9 "The Yellow Rose of Texas," Gene Autry Country music as we know it began in when RCA Victor A&R man Ralph Peer recorded Jimmie Rodgers singing the country-blues hybrid, "T for Texas" in.
  4. The Yellow Rose of Texas Lyrics: There's a yellow rose of Texas / That I am going to see / No other fellow knows her / No other, only me / She cried so when I left her / It like to broke my heart.
  5. Sep 01,  · Only much later, in the midth century, would West (sometimes misidentified as Emily Morgan) be linked with the popular song “The Yellow Rose of Texas.
  6. The Alan Copeland Singers COOL COUNTRY ABC Records ABCS vinyl Lp Hoo, Man! The recording industry concocted SINGERS albums in the early '60s with a perverted vengeance, and while you get a surreal LSD trip listening to the Doodletown Pipers or the New Christy Minstrels destroying Beatles, 'Stones, and Bob Dylan tunes with whitebread and mayonnaise, these SINGERS albums 2/5(2).
  7. In the #44 Country song in the charts was The Yellow Rose Of Texas by Ernest Tubb. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic Country song now.
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  9. The Yellow Rose of Texas Is sweepin' cross the land It's heard on every jukebox And played by every band So come along and join us It's where you ought to be Out here on the dance floor With friends and family Slide along and turn around Can't you feel the beat The magic's in the music The rhythm's in your feet When we dance together We're.

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