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November 12, 2008


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Awesome post.

I'm looking forward to your analysis of "Red River Shore," Larry. On the subject of genuine and spurious cowboy songs, do you know "Charlie Rutledge" by Charles Ives? It has been years since I heard Marni Nixon's divine rendering of it.

If I heard it, I don't recall the song. Marni Nixon certainly deserves much more recognition than she's received. I wonder if anyone has ever dubbed voices as well as she has over her career. To me, she'll always be most fondly remembered for "My Fair Lady." I'll track down the Ives piece.

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