Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs is an album released by Marty Robbins on the Columbia Records label in September 1959, peaking at on the . It was recorded in a single eight-hour session on April 7, 1959, and was certified Gold by the RIAA in 1965 and Platinum in 1986. It is perhaps best known for Robbins' most successful single, "El Paso", a major hit on both the country and pop music charts.
Album: Gunfighter Ballads. The Badmen - Sam Bass Gunfighter Ballads, 2014 02:16. The Badmen - John Hardy Gunfighter Ballads, 2014 03:17.
The Badmen - Blood on the Saddle 02:31. The Badmen - Ballad of Belle Starr 02:02. The Badmen - Black Jack Davey 01:40. The Badmen - Patonia 04:01. The Badmen - The Story of Bonnie and Clyde 03:12. The Badmen - John Hardy 03:17. The Badmen - The Streets of Laredo 03:05. The Badmen - Jack O' Diamonds 02:46. Twenty -Four Gunfighter Ballads - Various Artists. Classic Country and Western Cowboy Songs - Various Artists. More Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs - Marty Robbins. Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs - Marty Robbins.
In September 1959, Marty Robbins's album Gunfighter Ballads and Trails Songs was released in the United States. Bruce Ider of All Music wrote that it is "The single most influential album of Western songs in post-World War II American music. The album was selected for induction into the US Library of Congress National Recording Registry in 2017. On October 19th, 2010, video game developer Bethesda published the video game Fallout: New Vegas, developed by Obsidian Entertainment
This album has an average beat per minute of 119 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 73/169 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs, More Gunfighter Ballads. BPM Profile Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs, More Gunfighter Ballads. Album starts at 116BPM, ends at 73BPM (-43), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Marty Robbins.
Gunfighter Ballads & Trail Songs. Reissued, Extra Tracks, Remastered. A lonely Westerner in Nashville, Marty Robbins salved his soul by cutting an album (in one afternoon) of mostly self-composed cowboy ballads. One of them was a te epic, "El Paso," that broke every rule of Top 40 programming to become a No. 1 pop and country hit in 1960. Robbins was arguably the most surefooted and accomplished singer in all country music, and that was never more obvious than on these Western ballads performed to often breathtaking perfection with a very small group and a vocal trio.
album: Still a Gunfighter. Daylight Down - Gunfighter. album: Day One. Marty Robbins - Streets Of Laredo. album: More Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs. Gil Clark - Gunfighter. album: The Sweet Sounds of Freedom. Doc Holliday - All of My Life. album: Gunfighter - Best of the 90s. Don't You Wish. John D. LeVan - The Day the Daltons Died. album: Gunfighter Rogues of the American West. LEE HOLDRIDGE - Finale-Pt. The Badmen - Blood on the Saddle. album: Gunfighter Ballads. album: Born In America. Abby Payne - I Do. album: The Gunfighter Meets His Match. Ronald J. Karle - The Gunfighter. album: Piano and More. Marty Robbins - The Master's Call. album: Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs. Outlaw Inlaws - Gunfighter. Doc Holliday - Damn Yankees.
|A1||The Streets Of Laredo|
|A2||Stack O' Lee|
|A3||Ballad Of Belle Starr|
|A6||The Story Of Bonnie & Clyde|
|B2||Jack O' Diamonds|
|B3||Old Chisholm Trail|
|B4||Blood On The Saddle|
|B5||Black Jack Davey|