Songs of the Silver Screen

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For the similarly titled album by Jackie Evancho, see Songs from the Silver Screen
Songs of the Silver Screen
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Studio album by Sons of the San Joaquin
Released August 3, 1993
Genre Western
Label Warner Western
Sons of the San Joaquin chronology
A Cowboy Has to Sing
Songs of the Silver Screen
From Whence Came the Cowboy

Songs of the Silver Screen is the fourth Sons of the San Joaquin album and the first for a major label. Like previous albums, all of the songs were written by or notably recorded by the Sons of the Pioneers. Unlike the previous release, only one song in this collection can be found on an earlier Sons of the San Joaquin album ("Empty Saddles").

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Cowboy Jubilee" (Ken Carson) 1:49
2. "Song of the Bandit" (Bob Nolan) 2:57
3. "Ridin' the Range With You" (Tim Spencer) 3:40
4. "Cherokee Strip" (Glenn Spencer, Tim Spencer) 2:14
5. "Empty Saddles" (Bill Hill, J. Brennan) 3:19
6. "Yippi-Yi Your Troubles Away" (Glenn Spencer, Tim Spencer) 2:42
7. "Round Up Time Is Over" (Bob Nolan) 2:57
8. "Down Where the Rio Flows" (Jennie Lou Carson) 3:11
9. "Headin' For the Home Corral" (Tim Spencer) 2:07
10. "He's Ridin' Home" (Bob Nolan) 3:19


Sons of the San Joaquin

  • Jack Hannah
  • Joe Hannah
  • Lon Hannah

Additional personnel

  • Joey Miskulin - accordion
  • Mark Casstevens - acoustic guitar, arch top guitar
  • Pat Flynn - acoustic guitar
  • Craig Nelson - acoustic bass
  • Sonny Garrish - pedal steel
  • Rob Hajacos - fiddle
  • Dennis Burnside - piano, synthesizer
  • Lonnie Wilson - drums, percussion
  • "Ranger Doug" Green - Spanish recitation, "Down Where the Rio Flows"


  • Joey Miskulin - producer
  • Richard Helm - A&R direction
  • Patricia Miskulin - production coordinator
  • Recorded at:
    • The Reflections and Nightingale Recording Studio, Nashville, TN
      • Gary Paczosa - engineer
      • Ed Simonton - assistant engineer
  • Mixed at:
    • The Dog House, Nashville, TN
      • Gary Paczosa - mixer
      • Toby Seay - assistant mixer
  • Mastered at:
    • Georgetown Masters, Nashville, TN
      • Denny Purcell - mastering
      • Carlos Grier - digital editing
  • Laura LiPuma-Nash - art design
  • William Matthews - watercolor painting
  • Steven Whatley - design

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