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No place, no publisher, no year, but about 1932. Blue printed wrappers, cover title, 32 pages, two half-tone portraits - a country musician and a cowboy. About 56 country/western/blues lyrics. Cited by Guy Lawson in "'The Whorehouse Bells Were Ringing' and Other Songs Cowboys Sing", p. 374. He dates it "about 1937" and "this appears to be a songbook mailed by a border radio performer". The performer is named in a flier issued by a border radio station, Estacion Radio Difusoria XER, in 1932 - for one dollar The Lonesome Cowboy, a popular performer at the station, will mail his songbook, "The Songs You Hear No More". Just one copy located by WorldCat, at the Utah State University Folklore Collection; there is another copy at the McCracken Research Library of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Just a little handling wear, a Fine copy.
Title: The Songs You Hear No More.
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: anonymous-thelonesomecowboy.190noplace,nopublish