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Get Along, Little Dogies

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Uploaded on Jun 30, 2009

The Kingston Trio performs a traditional cowboy tune that appeared on their 1962 album "New Frontier." A genuine folk standard in the U.S., "Get Along, Little Dogies" has been recorded by scores of other artists, and its chorus was familiar to school children who for decades learned and sang it in music appreciation classes. The Kingstons here present it in a straightforward manner that respects the song's roots in American traditions. A dogie, of course, is a reference to a young cow, often thought to have been derived from the cowboy jargon of "dough-guts," referring to the often distended bellies of yearling cattle.

The video is a montage of paintings and illustrations of cowboy life by Frederic Remington, perhaps the greatest of American Western painters.

For a discussion of different versions of the song, please go to

http://compvid101.blogspot.com/2009/0...

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