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Roy Rogers, George "Gabby" Hayes, Dale Evans Genres Western Subtitles English [CC] Audio languages out of 5 stars Along the Navajo Trail. Verified purchase. A must for any Roy Rogers fan's collection. The interview with Roy, Dale and Gene Autry before the movie was a much enjoyed bonus. Also, bio feature of Roy, Dale and their Genres: Western, Romance.
This CD has been taken from old 78's, and its about time RCA/ Legacy add Roy Rogers to their line of the Essential series, and make available all these songs from the original master tapes. However, this CD can still be bought at a great price on Amazon, and is still available because Roy Rogers was a legend, who stared in over films/5(10).
· by Johnny Loftus. Encompassing original recordings from , Along the Navajo Trail is a pleasant Roy Rogers diversion for the casual fan. Kicking off with the jaunty canter of "Yellow Rose of Texas," this set continues through 21 Rogers classics, near-classics, and more general material that nevertheless features Rogers ' trademark croon. "Home in Oklahoma" features some great 8/
It was the title song of the Roy Rogers film Along the Navajo Trail. It was also used in the film Don't Fence Me In, when it was sung by Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers. Members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top Western songs of all time. Charts.
Along the Navajo Trail: Roy Rogers: Hooray for Hollywood; Along the Navajo Trail: Roy Rogers: Tumbling Tumbleweeds; Along the Navajo Trail: Roy Rogers, Dale Evans & The Sons of the Pioneers: Happy Trails: The Roy Rogers Collection () Along the Navajo Trail: Roy Rogers: Westward Ho! Song Wagon of the West; Along.