Before there was Roy and Gene, there was John Charles Thomas. This kind of thing can be excruciating, but Thomas' career was marked from the very beginning by a wide range of performance, from opera to ballads. It was much easier back in the 20's and 30's to do this
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By John Charles Thomas. 1. Mah Lindy Lou - L. Strickland, 3:360:30. 2. Sing A Song Of Sixpence - Albert Hay Malotte, 2:170:30. Home On The Range - D. Guion, 3:250:30. 11. Showboat: Ol' Man River - Kern, 3:290:30. 12. Ev'ry Time I Feel De Spirit: Negro Spiritual.
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He is most famous for the 1971 album American Pie, containing the renowned songs "American Pie" and "Vincent". The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: 30DaySinger. Take me back to my boots and saddle Wooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh-ah-ooh Let me see that general store Let me ride that range once more Gimme my boots and saddle. Let me ramble along the prairie Wooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh-ah-ooh Ropin' steers on old Bar-X With my buddies, Slim and Tex Oh, gimme my boots and saddle
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Take me back to my boots and saddle Wooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh-ah-ooh Let me see that gen'ral store Let me ride that range once more Gimme my boots and saddle. Let me ramble along the prairie Wooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh-ah-ooh Ropin' steers on old Bar-X With my buddies, Slim and Tex Oh, gimme my boots and saddle. Got a hankerin' to be with a banjo on my knee Strummin' a pretty western tune There's a gal in Cherokee And she's waitin' there for me Waitin' 'neath a Texas moon. 07 Frankie And Johnny (Album Version). 08 Birmingham Daddy (Album Version). 09 Here Comes Santa Claus (Album Version). 10 Don't Fence Me In. 11 I'll Go Ridin' Down That Old Texas Trail (Album Version). 12 Merry Christmas Waltz (Album Version).
John Charles Thomas was born in Meyersdale, Pennsylvania. He was the son of a Methodist minister of Welsh descent while his mother, of German immigrant stock, had been an amateur singer. After studying initially for a medical career, Thomas won a scholarship to the Peabody Institute in Baltimore in 1910. He remained there for two years, receiving vocal tuition from Adelin Fermin. In 1912, Thomas left the Peabody and toured briefly with a musical troupe.
Take Me Back To My Boots and Saddle" (Teddy Powell, Walter G. Samuels, Leonard Whitcup) by Gene Autry and the ranch hands at the end. "Ridin' the Range" (Fleming Allen, Gene Autry, Nelson Shawn) by Gene Autry (vocals and guitar) and the ranch hands. Dusty Roads" (Smiley Burnette) by Smiley Burnette. Cielito Lindo" (Traditional) by Cecilia Callejo (vocals) and the band in the Spanish cafe. The One Rose (That's Left in My Heart)" (Del Lyons and Lani McIntyre) by Gene Autry (vocals) and the band in the Spanish cafe
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Arranged By – David W. GuionBaritone Vocals – John Charles Thomas
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Baritone Vocals – John Charles ThomasPiano – Carroll HollisterWritten-By – Leonard Whitcup, Teddy Powell, Walter Samuels
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