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Bud And Travis - Ballad Of The Alamo album flac Performer: Bud And Travis
Title: Ballad Of The Alamo
Released: 1961
MP3 album: 1237 mb
FLAC album: 1409 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: MP4 XM ASF MP2 MP3 AU AA
Genre: Folk and Country

Bud & Travis (Bud Dashiell and Travis Edmonson  . Go fortify the Alamo. You may never see your loved ones. Travis told them that day. Those that want to can leave now. Those that fight to the death, let 'em stay. Indian scouts with squirrel guns. Men with muzzle loaders. Stood together heel and toe. To defend the Alamo. With his banners a-dancing. In the dawn's golden light.

Album More Greatest Hits. Ballad Of The Alamo Lyrics. Back in 1836, Houston said to Travis "Get some volunteers and go Fortify the Alamo. Well the men came from Texas And from old Tennessee And they joined up with Travis Just to fight for the right to be free. Indian scouts with squirrel guns Men with muzzle-loaders Stood together, heel and toe To defend the Alamo. Sent an officer to tell Travis to surrender Travis answered with a shell And a rousin' rebel yell Santa Anna turned scarlet "Play degüello!" he roared "I will show them no quarter Every one will be put to the sword!" One hundred and eighty five Holdin' back five thousand Five days, six days, eight days, ten Travis held and held again Then he sent for replacements For his wounded and lame But the troops that were comin' Never came, never came, never came.

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Bud & Travis was an American folk music duo from San Francisco, California, consisting of Bud Dashiell and Travis Edmonson. Bud & Travis began recording together in 1958; Edmonson was related to Colin Edmonson, whom Dashiell had met while serving in the Korean War. Travis Edmonson had previously been a member of the Gateway Singers. They released multiple singles and albums and toured widely before splitting in 1965, becoming significant musicians on the folk revival circuit.

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British singer-songwriter Donovan recorded "Remember the Alamo" with a mix of both Kingston Trio revised lyrics and Tex Ritter's original lyrics in early 1965 for inclusion on his debut album What's Bin Did and What's Bin Hid: Although he had never visited the United States, Donovan was deeply interested in the American folk tradition. The song was backed with "The Ballad of a Crystal Man" and released in April 1966 (Pye 7N 17088). The single was quickly withdrawn from the market not long after its release, ostensibly due to the ongoing contractual battles, and never charted. John Otway and Wild Willy Barrett's recording. British musicians John Otway and Wild Willy Barrett recorded the song on their 1978 album Deep & Meaningless. The album was re-released in 2007. The version is a colourful one, with strangled singing, pounding drums and the sound of cannon.

Bud & Travis - Текст песни Ballad Of The Alamo. In the Southern part of Texas. Near the town of San Antone. Like a statue on his pony. Rides a cowboy all alone. And he sees the cattle grazing. Where a century before. Santa Anna's guns were blazing. And the cannons used to roar. You can hear a ghostly bugle. As the men go marching by. You can hear 'em as they answer. To that roll call in the sky. Colonel Travis, Davy Crockett. And a hundred eighty more.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Ballad Of The Alamo
Written-By – D. Tiomkin*, P. Francis Webster*
A2 The Green Leave Of Summer
Written-By – D. Tiomkin*, P. Francis Webster*
B1 Poor Boy
Written-By – Travis Edmonson
B2 Jenny On A Horse
Written-By – Livingston*, Adelson*


  • Vocals – Bud And Travis