Les' CD's are available at his shows or by mail order:


"Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame"

Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame; Right or Wrong; Oklahoma Borderline; Wolverton Mountain; Heartbreak Hotel; Holding Things Together; Cowboy Blues; Don't Come Crying to Me; Who Left the Door to Heaven Open; Home; Thanks a Lot; Me and Bobby McGee; Yesterday, When I was Young


"Oklahoma - 1955"

Oklahoma - 1955, My Window Faces the South, Keeper of My Heart, Don't Get Around Much Anymore, Heart to Heart Talk, Across the Alley From the Alamo, Lily Dale, I'm An Old Cowhand, Secret Love, You Belong to Me, My Happiness, Ida Red
 


"Hank Did It This Way"

This CD is a tribute to five country singers named Hank. The title song reveals their real names and where they came from. The songs are: Hank Was His Name, Won’t You Ride in My Little Red Wagon, Send Me the Pillow That You Dream On, I’m Movin' On, A Fool Such As I, Humpty Dumpty Heart, Most of All, Wild Side of Life, Gals Along the Yukon, Kawliga, Medley of You Win Again, I Can’t Help It and Cold Cold Heart, Hey Good Lookin’, Take These Chains from My Heart, and a new version of my patriotic song “What’s Right With America”.
 


"Where Could I Go?"

This is Les' second gospel album.  It includes the title song, Through It All, Where No One Stands Alone, His Hand In Mine, Try A Little Kindness, If That Isn't Love, One Day At A Time, Why Me, Lord, He Looked Beyond My Fault, Mansion Over A Hilltop, Supper Time, and An Evening Prayer.


"Oklahoma Pride"

Oklahoma Hills, This Land is Your Land, Tenn. Waltz, Okie from Muskogee, Back in the Saddle, South of the Border, I'll Fly Away, Look at Us, Thank God and Greyhound, Take Me Back to Tulsa, Faded Love, King of the Road, Wild Side of Life Medley, Somebody Should Leave, The Dance.


"Old County Songs Never Die"

This CD fills so many requests for brief stories and old country songs.  It includes 15 songs such as Old Shep, Where the Roses Never Fade, Rainbow at Midnight, Candy Kisses, Fraulein and others.


"I Remember Gene"

Les grew up in Berwyn Oklahoma.  In the late 1930's Gene Autry bought a ranch adjacent to the Gilliam's.  Berwyn citizens voted to change the name of their town to Gene Autry in 1941.  This album, with the title track written by Les, is his tribute to one of America's most famous cowboys. 

The CD features 12 songs: I Remember Gene, Along the Navajo Trail, Harbor Lights, Yellow Rose of Texas, Ages and Ages Ago, Tweedle-O-Twill, Mexicali Rose, Be Honest With Me, Blue Canadian Rockies, Sioux City Sue, It Makes No Difference Now, and It's My Lazy Day. 


"Somewhere in the West"

Features such songs as Faded Love, Sugar Moon, Have I Told You Lately, I've Been Everywhere, Let the Rest of the World Go By, and several original songs written by Les.  This album is dedicated to Larry Scott.

(Available by mail order only)


"The Cowboy Hit Parade"

The top ten all-time favorite western songs and the stories behind the songs.


"Harmony of the West"

Features 15 songs including two originals by Les: Mariah, Blue Shadows on the Trail, Ridin' Down the Canyon, South of the Border, Vía Con Dios, In My Adobe Hacienda, The Wayward Wind, Cimarron Roll On, I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry, Blues Stay Away From Me, Very Truly Yours, Don't Fence Me In, The Ballad of Little Aubry, Making Plans, and Roll On Little Doggies.

 


"Western Country"

Features such songs as That Silvered Haired Daddy of Mine, Foolish Questions, Streets of Laredo, Cool Water, The Blizzard, Les' self penned patriotic song What's Right With America, The Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma, plus others.  This album is dedicated to Johhny Western.

(available by mail order only)


Prices:

$10 at shows | $12.50 ppd by mail

To order, please send check or money order to:

Eagle Enterprises
P.O. Box 350
Ponca City, OK 74602

(580) 762-4837 ·
(580) 761-1703 (cell)
lesgilliam@sbcglobal.net