9 thoughts on “ Bent Sabre - Leon McAuliffe And His Cimarron Boys - Points West (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Leon McAuliffe: & His Cimarron Boys Leon McAuliffe (Artist), Cimarron Boys (Artist) Format: Audio CD See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
  2. Label: Starday Records - SLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country, Swing Leon McAuliff And His Cimarron Boys* - Mister Western Swing (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(2).
  3. 7" Single on 45cat: Leon McAuliffe And His Cimmaron Boys - Next Time I Fall In Love / Don't Call Me, I'll Call You - Capitol - USA -
  4. has been the self-appointed McAuliffe purnuetonlocanmark.ciastarweltuirienewsflirmilhearovenbi.coed here are rare studio recordings from the s, showcasing the very polished Western Swing style of Leon McAuliffe and His Cimarron Boys, with an added final bonus track from written in tribute to that famous line "Take it away, Leon!".
  5. Apr 23,  · Renamed version of Bob Wills' band classic "Twin Guitar Special" from the SESAC Recording's lp "Points West." Leon McAuliffe's Cimarron Boys McAuliffe and His Cimarron Boys--Bent Sabre.
  6. Jan 06,  · Leon McAulife & His Cimarron Boys; Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant (side 1) 2 Guitars Country Style Chris Clem 10, views. Leon McAuliffe & His Western Swing Band - .
  7. POINTS WEST - Leon McAULIFFE & His CIMARRON BOYS - Twelve O Three / I'll Fly Away / Junior’s Shadow / Miracles Will Hapen / Golden Chances / Bent Sabre / Dallas Bound / Hillbilly Heaven / Lemon Drop / Goober Nuts / Lonesome And Heartbroken / Oklapolka: LP 12" ABC-PARAMOUNT ABC (mono) / ABCS (stereo) (US).
  8. After the war, McAuliffe returned to Tulsa and formed a Western swing band named the Cimarron Boys. In , their song "Panhandle Rag" reached No. 6 on the Billboard country chart. McAuliffe recorded through the s. In the s, he participated in a reunion of the Texas Playboys.
  9. Aug 21,  · McAuliffe served in the Navy during World War II and when he returned, he started his own band called the Western Swing Band, later known as the Cimarron Boys. McAuliffe also owned a ballroom in Tulsa and had his own TV show there.

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