Frankie Laine (March 30, 1913 - February 6, 2007) is well remembered for his distinctive manly baritone which can be heard in the opening theme songs of many Westerns. Laine had numerous chart hits going all the way back to 1947. His best known songs include "That Lucky Old Sun" (1949), "Mule Train" (1949), "Moonlight Gambler" (1957), "Love Is A Golden Ring" (1957, with the Easy Riders), and "You Gave Me A Mountain" (1969). He also sang the theme for the TV show, "Rawhide." Laine's last chart hit, "Dammit Isn't God's Last Name," was in 1969.
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- I'll Take Care Of Your Cares 1967
- Making Memories 1967
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