Old Montana Yarns, Vol. 2
- Dog Eater
- Hands Up
- Lepley's Bear
- Johnny Reforms Landusky
- How Pat Discovered The Geyser
- A Pair of Outlaws
- Broke Buffalo
- Safety First -- But Where Is It?
- How Louse Creek Was Named
- A Ride In A Moving Cemetery
More great Old West classics by famous cowboy artist, Charles M.
Russell as retold by Raphael Cristy. Stories of the real
characters of the Old West involved in holdups, entanglements with
bears, buffalo and horses. This recording is a unique window
to the humor and history of the early days (late 1800s) on the Montana
||Raphael Cristy is a noted Russell historian with
a Ph.D in History. In his liner notes he tells us the
detailed background behind these wonderful yarns, why Russell
would tell them and who these colorful characters were in those
early days of cowboys. A most humorous history lesson!