Dick Byron and The Sandpipers - The Blue-Tail Fly / Rock Candy Mountain mp3 album
Title: The Blue-Tail Fly / Rock Candy Mountain
Style: Nursery Rhymes
Size MP3: 1727 mb
Size FLAC: 1213 mb
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The Blue-Tail Fly, Rock Candy Mountain. The Blue-Tail Fly. Genre is Children's. Dick Byron & The Sandpipers - The Barnyard Song. From the Golden LP Peter Cottontail. Originally released on a Golden 78 circa early 1950s. The Blue Tail Fly Dick Byron. And you can download the album in one file to your computer or tablet or phone. Attention! All audio material is presented solely for information.
Kid's Jam Band - The Blue Tail Fly 02:50. Kid's Jam Band - Frere Jacques 02:42. Kid's Jam Band - Big Rock Candy Mountain 05:29.
Sandpipers are a large family, Scolopacidae, of waders or shorebirds. They include many species called sandpipers, as well as those called by names such as curlew and snipe. The majority of these species eat small invertebrates picked out of the mud or soil. Different lengths of bills enable different species to feed in the same habitat, particularly on the coast, without direct competition for food.
Lyrics to "Big Rock Candy Mountain" song by Burl Ives: One evening as the sun went down And the jungle fires were burning Down the track came a hobo hiking. Contact Us. Advertise Here.
A The Blue-tail Fly B Rock Candy Mountain. Dick Byron and The Sandpipers - The Blue-. Tail Fly, Rock Candy. Dick Byron And The Dick Byron And The. Sandpipers, Mitch Sandpipers, Mitch Miler. Miler And. And Orchestra /, Michael. Orchestra /, Stewart And The. Golden. Michael Stewart Sandpipers, Mitch Miler Records. And The Sandpipers And Orchestra - The Blue. Mitch Miler And Tail Fly, Rock Candy. Category Country Year.
In the Big Rock Candy Mountain The cops have wooden legs The bulldogs all have rubber teeth And the hens lay soft-boiled eggs The farmers' trees are full of fruit The barns are full of hay I want to go where there ain't no snow Where the sleet don't fall and the wind don't blow In that Big Rock.
Big Rock Candy Mountain", first recorded by Harry McClintock in 1928, is a folk song about a hobo's idea of paradise, a modern version of the medieval concept of Cockaigne. It is a place where "hens lay soft boiled eggs" and there are "cigarette trees. McClintock claimed to have written the song in 1895, based on tales from his youth hoboing through the United States, but some believe that at least aspects of the song have existed for far longer. It is catalogued as Roud Folk Song Index No. 6696.
|A1||–Dick Byron and The Sandpipers||The Blue-Tail Fly|
|B2||–Michael Stewart and The Sandpipers||Rock Candy Mountain|
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|31, FF31||Dick Byron, Michael Stewart , The Sandpipers , Mitch Miller And Orchestra*||Dick Byron, Michael Stewart , The Sandpipers , Mitch Miller And Orchestra* - Blue Tail Fly And Big Rock Candy Mountain (7")||Golden Records , Golden Records||31, FF31||US||1962|
|FF-1010||Dick Byron And The Sandpipers , Mitch Miler And Orchestra* /, Michael Stewart And The Sandpipers , Mitch Miler And Orchestra*||Dick Byron And The Sandpipers , Mitch Miler And Orchestra* /, Michael Stewart And The Sandpipers , Mitch Miler And Orchestra* - The Blue Tail Fly / Rock Candy Mountain (7", Yel)||Golden Records||FF-1010||US||Unknown|
|31||Dick Byron and The Sandpipers , Mitch Miller And Orchestra* / Michael Stewart and The Sandpipers , Mitch Miller And Orchestra*||Dick Byron and The Sandpipers , Mitch Miller And Orchestra* / Michael Stewart and The Sandpipers , Mitch Miller And Orchestra* - The Blue-Tail Fly (6", Yel)||Golden Records||31||US||Unknown|