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The Martins And The Coys

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  1. THE MARTINS AND THE COYS Recorded by Gene Autry (with Smiley Burnette) Words and music by Alan Cameron and Ted Weems [D] Gather 'round me children and I'll [A7] tell a [D] story Of the mountains and the days when guns was [A7] law When two [D] fam'lies got to feudin' It was [G] bound to end in shootin' So just [D] listen close, I'll [A7] tell you what I [D] saw.

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  2. The Martins and the Coys. The Martins and the Coys (Ted Werems and Al Cameron) Gather round me children, while I tell a story Of the mountains in the days when guns was law. When two families got disputin' It was sure to end in shootin' So just listen close, I'll tell you what I saw.

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  3. Feb 15,  · bobscompthekusineticconfransrolltorre.co This "ballad opera" is perhaps the most unlikely of all Alan Lomax projects. Recorded in for the BBC and reissued as part of the Lomax Collection's Concert and Radio Series, The Martins and the Coys was based on a "imitation hillbilly" novelty hit by bandleader Ted Weems about feuding families similar to the Hatfields and the McCoys.5/5(1).

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  4. 78_the-young-uns-of-the-martins-and-the-coys_ted-weems-and-his-orchestra-elmo-tanner_gbiab Location USA Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Jake Robinson User_metadataentered Chris Guest User_transferred Chris Guest.

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  5. The Martins and the Coys. The popular radio vocal group The King's Men sings the story of a Hatfields and McCoys-style feud in the mountains broken up when 2 young people from each side inadvertently fall in love. [This segment was later censored from the film's U.S. video release due to management's objections to the film's depiction of gun use.].

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  6. The New Martins And Coys: Bonus Tracks 32 – Ted Weems And His Orchestra: The Martins And The Coys: 33 – The Union Boys With Pete Seeger, Alan Lomax And Burl Ives: The New Martins And Coys: 34 – Lily May Ledford: East Virginia Blues: 35 – Lily May Ledford With Pete Seeger: Sugar Babe: /5(1).

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  7. The comically feuding Martins and Coys kill off all members of both families until only Grace Martin and Henry Coy remain/5(2).

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  8. Lee, R., photographer. () Ballad of the Martins and the Coys interpreted in papier mache and wood sculpture by Homer Tate. Safford, Arizona. Arizona Graham County Safford Safford. United States, May.

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  9. The two titular families sing a ballad about "The Martins and the Coys" as the opening number in episode of The Muppet Show.A hillbilly then shoots at the families from Statler and Waldorf's bobscompthekusineticconfransrolltorre.cof asks if he was a Martin or a Coy. The hillbilly responds he was neither one, for Date:

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