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September 03, 2008

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pardo

way, way cool. nice find. thank you so very much for sharing it here!

-pardo

Todd

Bear down, Chicago Bills? Can't wait to hear that Buffalo Bears theme song!

Hear It Wow

Touche. My AFC East tendencies come back to haunt me. I believe the link is correct now.

CaptainOT

GREAT JUMPIN' ICEBERGS!!! I have been searching for this album for years!

At long last I have the greatest version of the Chicago Bears fight song on my hard drive!

Didn't find the artwork BTW... hope you'll post something!

Thanks for sharing this!

NFL Fan

Fantastic! Great era of NFL history.

Kevin D.

Track 10 is obviously the best. :)

Mike

Wonder why no lyric were used?

Peter

I love the way "Hail to the Redskins" breaks into Dixie at the end.

Fred Goodwin

With all due respect to Mr. Meredith, #10 was never Dallas' real fight song. You can hear the real one (and read the lyrics) at:

"Go You Dallas Cowboys, Go!"

Longtime Cowboys fans will recognize this as the theme used by Coach Landry for his weekly show back in the late 60s and early 70s, before he used "Fanfare for the Common Man".

As much as I like "Fanfare", I wish Coach Landry had kept the official fight song. For that matter, I wish Jerry would bring back "Cowboy Joe" (the Cowboy logo on the LP cover) -- "Rowdy" is horrible and that abomination "Huddles" was even worse.

--
Dallas Cowboy Books Blog

rays

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GO STEELERS

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Track 10 is obviously the best....

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Longtime Cowboys fans will recognize this as the theme used by Coach Landry for his weekly show back in the late 60s and early 70s, before he used "Fanfare for the Common Man".

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