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origins: at the end of the lonely day

GUEST,Norman 02 Jan 05 - 06:41 PM
Once Famous 02 Jan 05 - 06:50 PM
pdq 02 Jan 05 - 07:14 PM
GUEST,Norman 02 Jan 05 - 07:34 PM
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Subject: origins: at the end of the lonely day
From: GUEST,Norman
Date: 02 Jan 05 - 06:41 PM

I have a recording of the Greenbriar Boys singing "At the end of the long lonely day". I have been told it is a Marty Robbins song. I thought it was trad. What's the real story?
Norman.


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Subject: RE: origins: at the end of the lonely day
From: Once Famous
Date: 02 Jan 05 - 06:50 PM

Every lyrics site for this song credits Marty Robbins. A guy I know who performs this song also gives credit to Marty Robbins for it.


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Subject: RE: origins: at the end of the lonely day
From: pdq
Date: 02 Jan 05 - 07:14 PM

The actual title of the song is "At the End of a Long, Lonely Day". It is an early effort by Marty Robbins, probably from the early 1950's. He recorded as far back as 1952 for Columbia.

Hope you are listening to the Greenbriar Boys "Ragged But Right" LP. It gets my vote for the best record of the Folk Era. Of course, there is Ian & Sylvia's "Northern Journey", then again...


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Subject: RE: origins: at the end of the lonely day
From: GUEST,Norman
Date: 02 Jan 05 - 07:34 PM

Thankyou all for the swift response.
Norman


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