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Sunday, 18 July 2010


Where The Rockies Meet The Plains (CPM 10-1292)
(Pete Smythe) (No Publisher Noted)
The Wolf Of Wolf Creek Pass (CPM 10-1293)
(Pete Smythe) (No Publisher Noted)

Hear “Where The Rockies Meet The Plains”

1 comment:

  1. This was quite a surprise -- must have been sort of a private-label promotional item for the small-time thoroughbred race track by the name of "Centennial" near Denver. It opened in 1950, the Centennial year of Colorado's statehood. I lost money there on two or three occasions, but its clubhouse dining room, the Gold Rush Room, was at least comfortable and provided semi-decent cheap meals. Gone now, as are many charming old tracks. But, thanks to you, this record lives on!