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On September 26, 1925, a legend was born in the desert near
Glendale, Arizona. Martin David Robinson started life
rough, as one of nine children raised in poverty. At the
age of twelve, his parents divorced and his mother
struggled to raise the children alone. His youth was often
troubled, but there was nothing that could break the spirit
of this talented youngster. It wouldn't be too long until
the world would know him as Marty Robbins, one of the
all-time greats in country music.

Robbins attended high school in Glendale, but More...




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san Angola | Reviewer: consolidated bxxiv liberator
    ------ About the song San Angelo performed by Marty Robbins

i love this song as my all time favorite.i love el .paso felenia & el paso city big iron billy the kid running gun cool water hanging me tonight & every other western song Marty sang

The greatest singer ever | Reviewer: Ray Marlow
    ------ About the song Yours (quiereme Mucho) performed by Marty Robbins

With out a doubt MArty Robbins was the greatest recording artist of my time. He could sing anything from Pop to country you name it he could do it.We lost a monument to the music world the day he passed

Great Song | Reviewer: ODell
    ------ About the song Five Brothers performed by Marty Robbins

Great tune and my favorite from the Marty Robbins Gunfighter Ballads LP. I used to listen to this in the 60's when I was a kid, fantasizing about being a cowboy. Nearly ran the needle clear through the album. God bless Marty Robbins

COMPLETELY OUT OF LOVE | Reviewer: Rosalie Baker
    ------ About the song Completely Out Of Love performed by Marty Robbins

I NEVER GOT TO SEE MARTY ROBBINS I WAS TO YOUNG TO KNOW WHO HE WAS; THAN ONE DAYY I HEARD THAT BEAUTIFUL VOICE'' ASK THE PERSON I WAS WITH WHO that. he explained. WAS ALOT older than I and knew who MARTY Robbins WAS I LOVE THAT VOICE I HAVENT heard one so beautiful.
sence

unable to send ringtone to cell | Reviewer: CT Ripley
    ------ About the song The Strawberry Roan performed by Marty Robbins

I have found the ringtone to download, but no matter what site I find it at the download throws me to motime and they DO NOT have the song. I cannot download it from THIS site. What gives?

Song lyrics Correction | Reviewer: Steve Casteel
    ------ About the song Johnny Fedavo performed by Marty Robbins

The last phrase in the first section of Johnny Fedavo should read "For them No other could be so true."

It is currently showing this phrase as "For them on other could be so true"

A typo error. Please correct.

pretty sweet pro-Vietnam song | Reviewer: Valeyard
    ------ About the song Ain't I Right performed by Marty Robbins

It's interesting to listen to songs like this because the music about Vietnam that has remained in popular culture is the protest variety, and this song is anything but a Vietnam War protest. Politics aside, I like it.

THIS WAS NOT ORIGINALLY BY MARTY ROBBINS! | Reviewer: Natasha
    ------ About the song Nestor, The Long Eared Christmas Donkey performed by Marty Robbins

this was not originally written by marty robbins. havnt you even SEEN Nestor the long eared christmas donkey, an adorable 1977 christmas special? evidently not. it is clearly stated in the beginning credits that the song was written by like three other people originally i cant remember all their names but one was Gene Autry. No others were Marty Robbins!!!!!

Love the Classics | Reviewer: unforgive me
    ------ About the song Devil Woman performed by Marty Robbins

Todays music isn't as inspirational as the classics. Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Marty Robbins bring joy to my heart when I need it the most. If it were up to me, jaz and blues would be more popular than pop or rap. The oldies will never die.

haunting | Reviewer: BARBARA
    ------ About the song The Chair performed by Marty Robbins

I first heard this song in 1972 when I was living in Salt Lake City. I had moved there with my then husband and two month old son. I had not been a country music fan until I moved to Salt Lak and that was only the type of music heard there at that time. I can still remember what I was doing when "The Chair" was played. I never forgot the song. I called the radio station every day to have them play it and would cry when they he got to the part "my body jerked and trembled and they turned it on again". When I moved back to Chicago I searched in vain for this song. No one seemed to know what I was talking about as no one had heard it. (I was not aware that it had been taken off the air.) There was another song the chair by a different country artist but not by Marty Robbins. Finally in the early 1990s I was at a rare record store and I found the album with this song on it. I had told my kids about it and played it for them. Since that time my first three kids have become Marty Robbins fans..all because of "The Chair". Anytime I walk down a long dark hall I hear the haunting melody...Thank you Marty Robbins for raising my consciousness.


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