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I Want To Be Wanted - Bob Atcher - The Dean Of Cowboy Singers (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bob Atcher - The Dean Of Cowboy Singers at Discogs. Complete your Bob Atcher collection.4/5(2).
  2. The Singing A Records track mp.3 download titled "The Dean Of Cowboy Singers - Bob Atcher" reprises a LP with only the B-side, I Want To Be Wanted, included from the above mentioned charting singles. The sound quality is excellent. Atcher went into politics and served as mayor of Schaumburg, Illinois from to /5(3).
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  6. And B.A.C.M. probably are the best at "cleaning up" old vinyl sound and providing interesting and informative liner notes with their releases. The Singing A Records track mp.3 download titled "The Dean Of Cowboy Singers - Bob Atcher" reprises a LP with only the B-side, I Want To Be Wanted, included from the above mentioned charting 4/5(2).
  7. Bob Atcher - The Dean of the Cowboys. Bob Atcher was a star of film, TV, radio and records from the s through the s. He recorded most of his career on Columbia records on 78s, 45s and 33 rpm LPs. He was a star on the WLS National Barn Dance, later appearing on the show when it moved to WGN radio and TV.

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