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Goodnight Loving - Cemetery Trails (CD, Album)

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  1. Cemetery Trails: Dusty Medical Records The Goodnight Loving: Off The Hip The Goodnight Loving Supper Club: Dirtnap Records Crooked Lake: Dusty Medical Records Find The Goodnight Loving discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases.
  2. The Goodnight Loving's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.
  3. Charlie’s new Cowboy album, “Night Hawk” TRACK LISTING: Big Balls In Cowtown Billy The Kid Night Hawk Stay All Night (Stay A Little Longer) Goodnight Loving Trail (Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend Running With The Crowd Old Chisholm Trail Can’t Beat The Damned Ole Machine Yippie Ki .
  4. The Goodnight-Loving Trail Lyrics: Too old to wrangle or ride on the swing / You beat the triangle and you curse everything / If dirt was a kingdom, they you'd be the king / On the Goodnight Trail.
  5. Goodnight Loving, Category: Artist, Albums: The Goodnight Loving Supper Club, The Goodnight Loving, Cemetery Trails, Crooked Lake, Singles: Arcobaleno, Top Tracks: Ain't It Weird, Purple Death (Theft), Into a Grape, Dead Fish on the Banks, Grandpa Died, Biography: Named for a trail running from Texas to Wyoming that was carved out in the s (and became the subject of a classic western .
  6. The real trail, and the real history, belonged to Charles Goodnight and Oliver Loving. It didn’t lead to Montana, but first to New Mexico, then Colorado, and eventually Wyoming. And now, years after that first cattle drive along the trail, it’s time to retrace the route.
  7. Feb 10,  · 'Rare' track that appeared on the sampler 'The One That Got Away' but is not from the 'Amelia Earhart' album - possibly an out-take from the .
  8. Cartwright came to Milwaukee to record the Goodnight Loving's debut, 's Cemetery Trails, and Swinney praised his work, telling a reporter, "he was really professional while still keeping up beer for beer with us." The album fared well with critics, and CMJ Magazine's Kenny Herzog named it .

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