Bonanza! Plus Ponderosa Party Time!


Jasmine Records 10/12/2018 CD (604988371925)
 

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# Track Artist/Composer Duration
1.Bonanza!Cast 
2.Sourwood MountainThe Cartwrights 
3.Sky Ball PaintDan Blocker 
4.Early One MorningPernell Roberts 
5.PonderosaLorne Greene 
6.Careless LoveMichael Landon 
7.Skip To My LouThe Cartwrights 
8.In The PinesPernell Roberts 
9.Happy BirthdayCast 
10.My Sons, My SonsLorne Greene 
11.The Hangin' BluesDan Blocker 
12.ShenandoahMichael Landon 
13.Miss CindyThe Cartwrights 
14.The Place Where I WorshipLorne Greene 
15.Journey Of The Hopefuls 
16.Hoss 
17.Annie O'toole 
18.Gypsy 
19.Ponderosa 
20.Bonanza! 
21.Hoedown At Virginia City 
22.The Balloon Riders 
23.Legend Of Sam Hill 
24.Silent Thunder 
25.Horseless Carriage 
26.Fury In Old Mexico 
 
Bonus Tracks
27.Bonanza! (Rejected Version)The Cartwrights 
28.Gimme A Little Kiss Will 'Ya' HuhMichael Landon 
29.Be Patient With MeMichael Landon 
30.Bonanza!Johnny Cash 
31.Bonanza!Al Caiola 
32.Bonanza!Original Tv Theme 
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Bonanza! Plus Ponderosa Party Time!

The first networked TV Western series to be filmed in colour, BONANZA ran on NBC from 1959 to 1973 and ranks among the Top 10 longest-running, live-action American TV series.

The first networked TV Western series to be filmed in colour, BONANZA ran on NBC from 1959 to 1973 and ranks among the Top 10 longest-running, live-action American TV series.

The show featured the homespun adventures of the Cartwright family, viz: patriarch Ben (aka Pa, played by Lorne Greene), Adam (Pernell Roberts), Hoss (Dan Blocker) and the youngest son, Little Joe (Michael Landon).

Rarely out of the Top 10 throughout its run, it was at #1 in the Nielsen ratings between 1963-66.

Indeed, at its peak, Bonanza was so popular that its four main characters received more fanmail than even Pop stars (with the noble exception of The Beatles!).

Both Ponderosa Party Time, a cast recording, and David Rose's Bonanza, Original Television Soundtrack LP, made the US album charts in 1962 and 1961, respectively.

This compilation comprises these two albums plus a handful of bonus tracks, which include a previously unissued cast recording of the show's title tune, plus Al Caiola's and Johnny Cash's hit versions, and the original television soundbed.



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