Down the Old Cattle Trail" by Wilf Carter. Carter performed his first radio broadcast on CFCN in 1930. Soon after, he was heard locally on CFAC and nationally on the CRBC. Two years later, he was entertaining tourists as a trail rider for the Canadian Pacific Railway, who promoted horseback excursions into the Canadian Rockies. In 1988, Carter recorded his last album, What Ever Happened to All Those Years. In 1991, at age 86, he made his last concert tour, appropriately called The Last Round-up Tour, with shows throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario, and Manitoba. The Yodelling Cowboy. Toronto: Ryerson, 1961. id eQkEAAAAMBAJ&lpg PP1&pg PT77 "Ian's 1st Solo Album Marks Return To Country Roots", Billboard, November 23, 1974, . 6.
Down The Yodelling Trail At Twilight Wilf Carter. By The Grave Of Nobody's Darling Wilf Carter. Put My Little Shoes Away Wilf Carter. strawberry roan Wilf Carter. Cowboy Don't Forget Your Mother Wilf Carter. One Golden Curl Wilf Carter. This Ole' House Wilf Carter. West Of Rainbow Trail Wilf Carter. Red River Valley Blues Wilf Carter. The Hobo's Yodel Wilf Carter. When The Sun Says Goodnight To The Prairie Wilf Carter. You Were With Me In The Waltz Of My Dreams Wilf Carter. Hobo's Song of the Mounties Wilf Carter.
A. Down The Old Cattle Written-By – Carter. B. Broken Down Cowboy Written-By – Carter. Companies, etc. Record Company – Columbia Graphophone (Aust.
I'M) HITTIN" THE TRAIL Wilf Carter, (recorded ~ 1935) Key of (G). I'm (D7) head-in' up a trail it's mighty (G) windin', (D7) Headin' for the valley far be- (G) low. Get a- (C) long, get along, get along, get along, little (G) do-gy. Get (D7) along, get along, get along, Hi-Dee- (G) Ho. Old (D7) Pal, his legs are getting' mighty (G) weary. The (D7) weath-er's kinda lookin' like some (G) snow. The low-in' of the cattle in the valley. Smok-in' campfire at the break of dawn. I fan-cy I can smell the bacon fryin'. Get along, get along, get along, Roll C-long. Old cow-belly beans are appetizin' Af-ter weary hours along the trail Roll up in your blanket mighty peaceful Dream you're poundin' dogies down the trail.
Wilf Carter song lyrics. C) A bunch of jolly cowboys, when the (F) roundup days were (C) done De-(F)-cided they would (C) head for town and (D) have a little (G) fun As (C) they rode gaily down the trail I could (F) hear the old cook (C) say I’ll (F) hang the key on the (C) bunkhouse door and (G) boys. don’t you be (C) late
Wilf Carter - Cowboy Days Ain't Ramblin' Days No More 02:44. Wilf Carter - The Midnight Train 03:00. Wilf Carter - I'm Gonna Tear Down The Mailbox 02:52. Wilf Carter - (There's A) Bluebird On Your Window Sill 02:15. Wilf Carter - Shackles And Chains 02:33. Wilf Carter - Take It Easy Blues 02:32. Wilf Carter - Sick, Sober And Sorry 02:38. Wilf Carter - Punkinhead (The Little Bear) 02:08. Wilf Carter - Driftwood On The River 02:04. Wilf Carter - Manhunt 02:14. Wilf Carter - Square-dance Boogie 02:07. Wilf Carter - Just A Woman's Smile 02:42