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Ian Tyson - Ian Tyson FLAC album

Performer: Ian Tyson
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Ian Tyson
Country: Canada
Released: 1984
Style: Country
FLAC version ZIP size: 1231 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1864 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1888 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 981
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Ian Dawson Tyson CM AOE (born 25 September 1933) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, best known for his songs "Four Strong Winds" and "Someday Soon". He was also one half of the duo Ian & Sylvia. Tyson was born to British immigrants in Victoria, and grew up in Duncan . A rodeo rider in his late teens and early twenties, he took up the guitar while recovering from an injury he sustained in a fall. He has named fellow Canadian country artist Wilf Carter as a musical influence.

Ian Dawson Tyson CM AOE (born 25 September 1933) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, best known for his song "Four Strong Winds". By early 1959 Tyson and Fricker were performing part-time at the Village Corner as "Ian & Sylvia". The pair became a full-time musical act in 1961 and married four years later. In 1969, they formed and fronted the group The Great Speckled Bird. Residing in southern Alberta, the Tysons toured all over the world From 1971 to 1975, Tyson hosted a national television program, The Ian Tyson Show, on CTV, based on the 1970–71 season music show Nashville North, later titled Nashville Now.

Album · 1996 · 19 Songs. Ian and Sylvia Four Strong Winds.

Ian Tyson - Lost Herd 04:14. Ian Tyson - Half Mile Of Hell 03:33. Ian Tyson - My Cherry Coloured Rose 03:43. Ian Tyson - Under African Skies 03:38. Ian Tyson - Chantell 03:32. Ian Tyson - Always Saying Goodbye 03:33. Ian Tyson - Darcy Farrow 03:02. Ian Tyson - Will James 04:10. Ian Tyson - Blueberry Susan 03:51. Ian Tyson - The Ambler Saddle 03:02. Ian Tyson - Land Of Shining Mountains 03:09. Ian Tyson - Yellowhead To Yellowstone 06:02. Ian Tyson - Song In A Dream 03:04. Ian Tyson - Colorado Horses 03:18. Ian Tyson - Land Of Shining Mountains 03:10. Ian Tyson - Freddie Hall 02:45

Biography by Sandra Brennan. Canadian folk artist who started out in the duo Ian & Sylvia.

New CD Carnero Vaquero at ww. itchingpostsupply. Ian and I were holed up in a cabin in the Rockies and I was working on "Blue Wing," and Ian threw a few ideas in, then we went for a long hike and Ian said - " Tell me what's up with your cowboy brother, To. And I told him a few stories about my cowboy brother, but most of the song is fiction. Ian said - "I'll write a song in the form of a letter to a cowbo. bout that damned old cowboy pride. He wrote this and I finished "Blue Wing. It was a good day and the Chardonnay was cold. Cowboy Pride - Ian Tyson.

Ian Tyson (born September 25, 1933) is a cowboy folk singer from Alberta, Canada who was born in Victoria, British Columbia. He and his then-wife Sylvia Fricker constituted one of the most popular folk duos of the 1960s, Ian & Sylvia. Tyson gradually shifted to the cowboy way while still with Sylvia, accentuating the western life through song. Residing on a ranch in southern Alberta, Tyson tours all over the west.

Canadian country singer/songwriter, born September 25, 1933 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.


A1 Oklahoma Hills
A2 Tom Blasingame
A3 Sierra Peaks
A4 Colorado Trail
A5 Hot Summer Tears
B1 What Does She See
B2 Rocks Begin To Roll
B3 Will James
B4 Brazos
B5 Murder Steer
B6 Goodnight Loving Trail


with lyrics inner sleeve

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FCT-39362 Ian Tyson Ian Tyson ‎(Cass, Album) Columbia FCT-39362 Canada 1984
FC-39362 Ian Tyson Ian Tyson ‎(LP) Columbia FC-39362 Canada 1984
SPL-1114 Ian Tyson Ian Tyson ‎(LP) Stony Plain Records SPL-1114 Canada 1984