Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Ski 2

Another in tonight's recap of some old skiing music shares.  This, to me, is a much better album than that last one.  This one is funny and less 70's-ish, if you get my drift.  But it take different strokes to move the world (yes it does).  Even if it's just for the cover, you need to download Ray Conrad-The Cotton-Pickin' Lift Tower And Other Skiing Songs (Prestige International INT 13039, Mono, 1963 perhaps). This one is much better than that previous one.

1. Round-Bottomed Bogners
2. The Cotton-Pickin' Lift Tower
3. Skiing Billy (Duet With Rosalie Sorrels)
4. In The Mountains Near Alta
5. Two Cubes With A Slug Of V.O.
6. The Ski Instructor
7. The Mineshaft Song
8. The Last Ride
9. Skier's Bible School (Duet With Rosalie Sorrels)
10. Stretch Pants Lament
11. An Ounce Of Prevention
12. The Skier's Daydream



Auntie Knickers said...

I just can't wait to hear the duets with Rosalie Sorrels, better known as a Western activist folksinger/songwriter.

Allyson said...

Hey, Ernie! Any idea if the song that talks about Alta is Alta, Utah? And love the skiing albums. The covers are priceless.