Eddy Arnold and LeAnn Rimes Gave Fans One Great Yodeling Match in the “Cattle Call”
The “Cattle Call” is a classic Western song that has been covered by many artists over the years. One of the most memorable versions was a duet between Eddy Arnold and LeAnn Rimes on Arnold’s 1997 album, “Looking Back – The RCA Years”. The expanded version of the song features a yodeling match between Arnold and Rimes, which showcases their impressive vocal abilities.
Eddy Arnold was a country music legend who had a string of hits in the 1940s and 1950s, including “Make the World Go Away” and “I’ll Hold You in My Heart (Till I Can Hold You in My Arms)”. LeAnn Rimes burst onto the scene in the 1990s as a teenage sensation with her hit song “Blue”. She quickly became known for her powerful voice and her ability to yodel, a skill that was showcased in “The Cattle Call” duet with Eddy Arnold.
The expanded version of the song features a call-and-response style yodeling match between the two singers that is both playful and impressive. They take turns yodeling and matching each other’s notes, showcasing their skills and having fun at the same time.
Overall, the expanded version of “The Cattle Call” featuring Eddy Arnold and LeAnn Rimes is a must-listen for fans of Western music and yodeling.
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