Curio Cowboys | Room in Your Heart

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Room in Your Heart

by Curio Cowboys

The very best in great Western Swing! Happy Music!
Genre: Country: Western Swing
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Want to Live and Love Always
2:43 album only
2. Forgive Me
2:12 album only
3. Live and Let Live
3:48 album only
4. Grandfather's Clock
2:50 album only
5. Wednesday Night Waltz
2:05 album only
6. Kansas City Blues
2:34 album only
7. When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again
3:45 album only
8. I Might Have Known
2:45 album only
9. Don't You Dare
2:27 album only
10. Teardrop Waltz
2:24 album only
11. Love Ain't Worrying Me
2:37 album only
12. Make Room in Your Heart for a Friend
2:47 album only
13. Variations on Rubber Dolly
3:43 album only
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Album Notes
The Curio Cowboys are pleased to present another chapter of The Western Swing Songbook, featuring
the songs of the great Wiley & Gene. Fiddle man Wiley Walker and guitarist Gene Sullivan were
veterans of the early Western Swing bands before they formed their own creative partnership in 1939.
Wiley & Gene wrote an amazing stream of songs, cut influential records for Columbia, and performed as
a popular regional radio act. Operating out of Oklahoma City, Wiley & Gene were instrumentalists and
vocalists influential beyond measure, shaping the sound of professional musicians and delighting Roosevelt
era listeners via juke box play. Many Wiley & Gene songs became part of the fabric of American music and
their contribution to The Western Swing Songbook is invaluable.



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