Katie Lee - Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle download album
Katie Lee sets the record straight. Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle," the title of one of the songs she sings, is written in a breezy, conversational style with a refreshingly unlaundered vocabulary. The text is liberally sprinkled with verses of the songs and there is a separate compendium of songs giving melody and discography and other pertinent information about each. This item: Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle: A History of the American Cowboy in Song, Story and Verse. Customers who bought this item also bought.
Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle: A History of the American Cowboy in Song, Story and Verse (1976) is a study of the music, stories, and poetry of the American cowboy, later recorded as an album with Travis Edmonson. Sandstone Seduction, a 2004 memoir, relates Lee's continuing love affair with desert rivers and canyons, and discusses her Lady Godiva-style bicycle ride through Environmental activism. Glen Canyon Dam, to which Katie Lee was a vocal opponent. Lee was known for her activism against the damming of rivers, and particularly her.
Ten thousand goddam cattle A-roamin' far and wide. Shore wisht I had my sweetie here A-layin' by my side, A layin' by my side. My gal, she up an' left me. I spect she's gone to stay. She lit outta here a-runnin'. With a son-of-a-bitch from Ioway (2x). According to SingOut, this was written by Owen Wister in 1888.
Katie Lee Sings 10,000 Goddam Cattle.
Katie Lee (born October 23, 1919 in Tucson, Arizona, United States) is an Arizona folk singer, writer, actress, photographer and environmental activist. She graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. After that, she went on to study with two of the most successful folksingers of the 1940s, Burl Ives and Josh White. After joining a rafting trip in the Grand Canyon she beca Katie Lee (born October 23, 1919 in Tucson, Arizona, United States) is an Arizona folk singer, writer, actress, photographer and environmental activist.
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Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle. I picked up a copy of "Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle" by Katie Lee because of my interest in Cisco Houston. In the excellent booklet which comes with the Smithsonian CD "Cisco Houston - The Folkways Years, 1944-1961" Katie is said to have taught the song "The Killer" to Cisco when they were dating in California during the early 1950's. The book hinges on her love for a particular song, "The Town of Old Dolores". Along the way she takes the reader on a few adventures and many digressions. While several famous cowboy songs are described and attributed in her book, most of them are lesser-known.
MICHAEL ALLEN, University of Indiana Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle. By Katie Lee. (Flagstaff, Arizona: North land Press, 1976. Katie Lee tries to do three things in this book: describe a mode of life she claims is disappearing, establish the provenience of certain Western songs, and narrate a mystery - the meaning, location, and present disposi tion of Old Dolores, a town prominent in the lyrics of a song she first heard in Tucson.