THREE CHORDS AND THE TRUTH: ESSENTIAL COUNTRY MUSIC SONGS:”BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN”-GENE AUTRY

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Three Chords And The Truth: Essential Country Music Songs: “Back In The Saddle Again”- Gene Autry.  “Back In The Saddle Again” was the signature song of The Singing Cowboy- Gene Autry.  The song was co-written by Autry and Ray Whitley for the movie Border G-Man- and was released in 1939. It was performed by Autry his movie Rovin’ Tumbleweeds in 1939. In 1997 the song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. The Western Writers Of America voted it 5th in their 100 greatest western songs list.

12 responses to “THREE CHORDS AND THE TRUTH: ESSENTIAL COUNTRY MUSIC SONGS:”BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN”-GENE AUTRY

    • I was thinking about it- he wasn’t cheap- when free-agency came along he spent money- sadly it wasn’t until after his passing that they finally won… I now want to check out a movie or two of his when they come on.

    • They had a lot of talent back then. Bobby Grich is the one I remember the most…they foolishly traded Mickey Rivers but they had a good team…they did sign Reggie Jackson after he left the Yankees.

      I would like to see one of his movies. I’ve only seen documentaries and snippets.

    • Same here- if I saw one it was when i was a kid- no memory of it. His music pretty good stuff. He did well for himself!

    • Yes it was…. and starting Buehler was smart because he is so much better at home. You would think 99 and 100 would play anywhere. Ryu is the one I worry about on the road…he is all about location.
      Shocked me that the Braves lost.

    • Yea they almost pulled it off at the end. Acuna pulled the watching his homer that wasn’t a homer… it cost them

    • I see they aren’t benching him for loafing- they did that earlier in the year- at this point the right thing to do- you can’t bench one of the best players in the league at this point. How hard it just to run everything out?

    • I know and he didn’t seem to remorseful about it. Freeman spoke up and said more than I thought he would. I know the guy is a kid but still…you gotta think in that situation.

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