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  1. Preacher and Bear. likes. Like our facebook page to make sure you wont miss out on new songs, previews, tour news and other things that you just have to know!
  2. The Preacher and the Bear This song is by Phil Harris and appears on the album That's What I Like About The South () and on the album Phil Harris ().
  3. Well the bear got down looked ready to charge The preacher never seen nothin' quite that large They looked each other right smack in the eye Didn't take that preacher long to say bye The preacher he run till he spotted a tree He said up in that tree's where I oughta be By the time that bear made a grab for him The preacher was a sittin' on top.
  4. Preacher &The Bear & Their Super Blues Sound by Preacher & The Bear, released 02 August 1. Sweet Black Angel 2. Can't Afford No Train 3. Weed And Wimmen 4. Daddy, What's 'The Blues'?
  5. Western Music CDs und Vinyl-Records at Bear Family Mailorder - Ride Along! It is largely played with full-acoustic instruments, which are next to the guitar, the accordion and the violin. Thematically, the 'Western Music' mainly deals with the hard life of the cowboys and the conquest of the American West.
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  8. about. Better known as a longtime actor who made his first film appearance in , Phil Harris was also a successful drummer and singer. Harris played drums with Francis Craig and led his own groups during the 30s, using the song "Rose Room" as a theme.

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