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Country, Folk
  • Artista:
    Wallace McGehee
  • Título:
    The Railroad Philosopher
  • Género:
  • Estilo:
    Country, Folk
  • País:
    US
  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    2281 mb
  • Tamaño Versión MP3
    2393 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    2498 mb
  • Clasificación:
    4.2
  • Votos:
    614
  • Registro de:
    Vinyl, LP, Album

Lista de canciones

1How Fast Can A Freight Train Go?2:50
2Ella Mae Bakers Pig3:55
3Encounter With A Hobo3:00
4Wreck Of The Cn-54:53
5Memory Train2:50
6Gone Are My Childhood Days2:57
7Lucky Employed Hobo2:50
8Plains, Georgia Dirt2:12
9Muddy River Blues2:57
10See Her Standing On The Corner3:55

Créditos

  • BassBilly Linneman
  • ClavinetBenny Kennerson
  • Dobro, Fiddle, Guitar, BanjoRandy Byrd
  • Producer, EngineerJack Linneman
  • Rhythm Guitar, Classical GuitarGregg Galbraith
  • Rhythm Guitar, HarmonicaMark Casstevens
  • Written-By, VocalsWallace McGehee

Álbum

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