David Rose Bonanza Plus Ponderosa Party Time
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- Released: October 19, 2018
- Originally Released: 2018
- Label: Jasmine Records UK
- 1.Cast Bonanza!
- 2.The Cartwrights Sourwood Mountain
- 3.Dan Blocker Sky Ball Paint
- 4.Pernell Roberts Early One Morning
- 5.Lorne Greene Ponderosa
- 6.Michael Landon Careless Love
- 7.The Cartwrights Skip to My Lou
- 8.Pernell Roberts in the Pines
- 9.Cast Happy Birthday
- 10.Lorne Greene My Sons, My Sons
- 11.Dan Blocker the Hangin' Blues
- 12.Michael Landon Shenandoah
- 13.The Cartwrights Miss Cindy
- 14.Lorne Greene the Place Where I Worship
- 15.Journey of the Hopefuls
- 17.Annie O'Toole
- 21.Hoedown at Virginia City
- 22.The Balloon Riders
- 23.Legend of Sam Hill
- 24.Silent Thunder
- 25.Horseless Carriage
- 26.Fury in Old Mexico
- 27.The Cartwrights Bonanza! (Rejected Version)
- 28.Michael Landon Gimme aLittle Kiss Will "Ya" Huh
- 29.Michael Landon Be Patient with Me
- 30.Johnny Cash Bonanza!
- 31.Al Caiola Bonanza!
- 32.Original TV Theme Bonanza!
The first networked TV Western series to be filmed in colour, BONANZA ran on NBC from 1959 to 1973 and ranks among the Top 10 longest-running, live-action American TV series. The show featured the homespun adventures of the Cartwright family, viz: patriarch Ben (aka Pa, played by Lorne Greene), Adam (Pernell Roberts), Hoss (Dan Blocker) and the youngest son, Little Joe (Michael Landon). Rarely out of the Top 10 throughout it's run, it was at #1 in the Nielsen ratings between 1963-66. Indeed, at it's peak, Bonanza was so popular that it's four main characters received more fanmail than even Pop stars (with the noble exception of The Beatles!). Both Ponderosa Party Time, a cast recording, and David Rose's Bonanza, Original Television Soundtrack LP, made the US album charts in 1962 and 1961, respectively. This compilation comprises these two albums plus a handful of bonus tracks, which include a previously unissued cast recording of the show's title tune, plus Al Caiola's and Johnny Cash's hit versions, and the original television soundbed.