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Bass Reeves - If You Ignore the Truth album mp3
  • Performer:
    Bass Reeves
  • Title:
    If You Ignore the Truth
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  • Date of release:
    2003
  • Duration:
    01:01:33
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    1795 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1958 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1642 megabytes
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    4.8
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Though the truth has yet to be determined, historians consider it unlikely that Reeves ever served in the last two battles. Regardless, after the war, it is understood that Reeves served as a guide for . government officials as they passed through Indian Territory. In 1875, Reeves began his career as a deputy .

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Bass Reeves was an Oklahoma lawman in The Old West. Born into slavery, he grew up into a legendary American hero, like Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett. Except, oh wait, unless you’re an avid watcher of Drunk History, he’s probably not anywhere near the household name Boone and Crockett are. There is controversy over whether Reeves was the true inspiration for The Lone Ranger

Credits

Bass Reeves - Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 If You Ignore the Truth Bass Reeves 4:46
2 41 Cents Bass Reeves 3:44
3 In the Beginning of the End Bass Reeves 4:06
4 Feel Like Feeling Again Bass Reeves 3:42
5 Some Things Never Change Bass Reeves 4:01
6 The Times They Need a Changing Bass Reeves 4:35
7 Johnny Bass Reeves 6:13
8 Livin' in the Twilight Bass Reeves 3:52
9 Laugherman Bass Reeves 4:14
10 Joyful Blues Bass Reeves 3:54
11 That's How I Get Bass Reeves 5:22
12 Sometimes It Comes Upon Me Bass Reeves 4:46
13 After the Battle Bass Reeves 3:46
14 Lots of Ways to Blaze a Trail Bass Reeves 4:32