Terry Raff
The Singing Mountain Man
Pure entertainment from America's roots

Following are some of the most popular and best recordings from The Singing Mountain Man's repertoire. Click on each title in blue to listen to the song.

To listen to more songs and learn more about them, visit Terry's Song Search page.

Ghost Riders in the Sky
Ranks number six on the Top Ten Westerns song list. Written by Stan Jones, recalling an experience he had as a youth on the Arizona range.
A song of the Californio. True story of a horserace in the 1850's on the present day site of Long Beach, CA. Written by Ken Graydon of Fallbrook, CA.
The Preacher and the Bear
One of Terry's most requested songs. An 1800's novelty song popularized by The New Christy Minstrels in the 1960's. President Abraham Lincoln enjoyed the original version.
Beautiful, soothing song extolling the beauties of the state of Colorado. Originally recorded by The Bar D Wranglers of Durango, CO.
After All These Years
Tender love song about the mature love of the "golden years." Originating from Glasgow, Scotland.
I Believe
One of Terry's favorite gospel songs, made popular by Frankie Laine in the 1950's.
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