The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.

- Henry David Thoreau

Marty Raney: Strummit from the Summit
 
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Marty Raney Sleds Down Mt. McKinley, Elevation:
20,320′

Marty Raney Plays Guitar and Sings on Top of Mt.
 McKinley!
 
Marty Raney Sings “I Really Caribou You” to Karl
Pilkington on “An Idiot Abroad 2″ (BBC)
 

Marty Raney. Alaska. Adventure.

The call of the wild is heard by few,
Its whisper rides the wind:
It turns his head and heart true North,
And the cold breeze beckons him.
 
He burns the bridges behind him,
But the flames light the path indeed:
Off to the edge of nowhere,
Last of a dying breed.
 
~Marty Raney

 

“I Really Caribou You”

Marty’s Hit Song is Finally Available to the Public

to Download and Purchase!

“I Really Caribou You” by Marty Raney is without a doubt,
Marty’s most well-known song, receiving over 100,000 internet
hits in an attempt to find out more about Marty and his music.
This song is featured on numerous climbing films and television
broadcasts: Climb Against the Odds (PBS) and the hit BBC
travel series, “An Idiot Abroad,” among them. After many years
of this song in circulation, but never available for purchase,
“I Really Caribou You” is now available to bring into your homes
through iTunes, CD Baby, Amazon, and many other sites! To
purchase “I Really Caribou You,” click on the link below or
navigate to the ‘Music’ tab on this website. Also, watch the
video to the left, as Marty sings this familiar tune to Karl
Pilkington of “An Idiot Abroad,” in the frigid northern land
of Alaska!

 
 
Marty Raney: Strummit from the Summit