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The Tumbleweeds  - Violets Blue / On The Plains Away Out There album mp3

Performer: The Tumbleweeds
Title: Violets Blue / On The Plains Away Out There
Released: 1950
Style: Country
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 145
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In the song "Turn on, Tune in, Drop Out" by The Fugs on their 1968 album Tenderness Junction, the chorus of "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" is sung over part of the instrumental section. Jazz guitarist Grant Green recorded a version in 1962, which was released on the 1969 album Goin' West, and features Herbie Hancock on piano Frankie Laine recorded a version on his 1962 album Call of the Wild. Don Everly recorded a version in 1970 M. .

Several Southern African genera in the family Amaryllidaceae produce highly optimised tumbleweeds; their inflorescences are globular umbels with long, spoke-like pedicels, either effectively at ground level, or breaking off once the stems are dry. When the seeds are about ripe, the fruit remain attached to the peduncles, but the stem of the umbel detaches, permitting the globes to roll about in the wind. Wind dispersed fruits that tumble or roll on the ground, sometimes known as "tumble fruits", are rare. Some are technically achenes

The Tumbleweeds, Tempe, Arizona. Join us tonight at Rio Bravo Brewing for the NM Chapter of the Western Music Association's Winter Concert Series featuring The Tumbleweeds! The show starts at 6pm, doors open at 5:30. 4. Time Changes Everything - The Tumbleweeds.

Out There, Deacon Blue and Ricky Ross.

Tumbleweeds start out as any plant, attached to the soil. Seedlings, which look like blades of grass with a bright pink stem, sprout at the end of the winter. Tiny Russian thistle seedlings grow in a vacant lot in Davis, California, in February. Other plants attract animals with sweet, tasty fruits, and get them to carry away their seeds in their stomachs and disperse them when they defecate. Tumbleweeds developed a different evolutionary strategy. Starting in late fall, they dry out and die, their seeds nestled between prickly dried leaves. Gusts of wind easily break dead tumbleweeds from their roots. A microscopic layer of cells at the base of the plant - called the abscission layer - makes a clean break possible and the plants roll away, spreading their seeds. When the rains come, an embryo coiled up inside each seed sprouts.

Check out our huge list of cute and funny Roses are red violets are blue poems. These poems are surely entertaining, sweet and written with humor in mind. I thought it was Vaseline, it turned out to be glue. 5. Roses are red, violets are blue. I came here for the money, and so did you. 6. I ran out of rhymes, so go away please. 66. God gave me a sexy body, but he forgot to give you one too. 67.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Violets Blue
Written-By – Cole Wilson
B On The Plains Away Out There
Written-By – Cole Wilson

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Columbus Radio Centre
  • Record Company – Recording Corporation Of New Zealand

Credits

  • Bass – Bill Ditchfield
  • Leader, Vocals, Guitar [Spanish] – Cole Wilson
  • Steel Guitar [Electric] – Colin McCrorie
  • Vocals, Guitar [Spanish] – Nola Hewitt

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): 10234
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): 10240
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched A): -/0234
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched B): -/0240
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