Shelby Fredrick "Sheb" Wooley (April 10, 1921 – September 16, 2003) was an American actor and singer, best known for his 1958 novelty song "The Purple People Eater. Tales of How the West Was Won. - Spoofing the Big Ones (as Ben Colder). Ben Colder (as Ben Colder).
Album by Sheb Wooley. Gotta Pull Up Stakes (And Move On West). Wagon Master's Diary, Buffalo Stampede. Rosie's The Queen Of California. Plowin' In The New Ground.
How The West Was Won. This song is by Sheb Wooley and appears on the album Tales Of How The West Was Won (1963). They came with Bible fist and gunAnd they fought until the job was doneThe winning of the West. Promised land the land of plenty rich in goldHere came dreamers with Bible fist and gunBound for land across the plains their wagons rolledHell bent for leather that's how the West was won).
Tales Of How The West Was Won. Sheb Wooley. 1 Jan 1963 · 11 tracks. I Walk the Line No. 2. Don't want to see ads?
Tales Of How The West Was Won. The Purple People Eater.
of this triple-disc collection of previously unreleased live recordings compiled by Jimmy Page, How the West Was Won. The West in this case is the West Coast of California, since this contains selections from two 1972 concerts in Los Angeles: a show at the LA Forum on June 25, and one two days later at Long Beach Arena. This is the first archival release of live recordings of Zeppelin at their peak and while the wait has been nigh on interminable, the end result is certainly worth the wait.
|A1||Gotta Pull Up Stakes (And Move On West)||1:48|
|A3||Wagon Master's Diary...Buffalo Stampede||6:07|
|A4||Rosie's The Queen Of California||2:07|
|B1||Buildin' A Railroad||2:23|
|B2||Plowin' In The New Ground||2:07|
|B3||Papa's Old Fiddle||2:50|
|B6||How The West Was Won||1:47|
|MGM-MC 6153||Sheb Wooley||Tales Of How The West Was Won (LP, Album, Mono)||MGM Records||MGM-MC 6153||New Zealand||Unknown|
|SE 4136||Sheb Wooley||Tales Of How The West Was Won (LP, Album)||MGM Records||SE 4136||US||1963|