- Performer Wayne Erbsen
- Title Railroadin' Classics
- Date of release 1997
- Style Bluegrass
- Other formats AC3 AUD AHX DMF ADX MP4 VOC
- Genre World & Folk & Country
- Size MP3 1176 mb
- Size FLAC 1610 mb
- Rating: 4.2
- Votes: 600
Railroadin' Classics. Railroadin' Classics.
Southern Mountain Classics (CD, Album).
Railroadin' Classics - Lost Train Blues, Paddy on the Railway, Wreck of the Old 97 and 16 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Count: 16. Views: 5. Railroadin' Classics tracks. Paddy on the Railway.
Railroadin' Classics. Wayne Erbsen - Paddy on the Railway 03:23. Wayne Erbsen - Wreck of the Old 97 02:47. Wayne Erbsen - Kansas City Railroad Blues 03:10. Wayne Erbsen - Freight Train 02:54. Wayne Erbsen - Railroad Corral 02:47. Wayne Erbsen - Wabash Cannonball 03:23. Wayne Erbsen - New River Train 04:29. Wayne Erbsen - Nine Hundred Miles 03:18. Wayne Erbsen - The Lightning Express 03:25. Wayne Erbsen - L & N Rag 02:38. Wayne Erbsen - Casey Jones 04:18. Wayne Erbsen - In the Pines 02:34.
Bitrate (quality): 192. mp3. 1. Rock Island Line.
Nine Hundred Miles quantity. This all-instrumental recording features Wayne Erbsen on banjo, banjo-guitar, banjo-mandolin, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, David Holt on harmonica, jewsharp, bones, spoons, washboard, Bucky Hanks on rhythm guitar, Donnie Scott on Dobro, Bob Willoughby on bass. INCLUDES: Wabash Cannonball, Railroad Corral, Paddy on the Railway, The Lightning Express, Casey Jones, L&N Rag, Freight Train, New Lost Train, Wreck of the Old ’97, In the Pines, Kansas City Railroad Blues, On the Dummy Line, New River Train, Reuben’s Train, Lost Train Blues, Nine Hundred Miles.
Artist: Wayne Erbsen. Album: Southern Mountain Classics. Download Wayne Erbsen - Red Rocking Chair. Southern Mountain Classics: Best 2 songs. Wayne Erbsen - The Minstrel Boy The Home Front, 1996 02:48. Wayne Erbsen - Tom Dula Authentic Outlaw Ballads, 1996 02:56. Artist: Wayne Erbsen.
Wayne Erbsen (Goodreads Author). I bought this book when I visited Thurmond station, West Virginia. It has more than two dozen railroading songs (music and lyrics), anecdotes, jokes, superstitions, pictures and drawings, and bits of history. Anyone who enjoys folk music or railroads will love this book. Here's a story (page 52): Bill Evans, a well-known gunman, boarded a train at Doge City. When conductor John B. Bender asked for a ticket, Evans pulled the larger of his two shooting irons and said, "This is my ticket, pass on. I bought this book when I visited Thurmond station, West Virginia
|3||Paddy On The Railway||3:19|
|4||The Lightning Express||3:22|
|6||L & N Rag||2:35|
|8||New Lost Train||3:28|
|9||Wreck Of The Old 97||2:44|
|10||In The Pines||2:31|
|11||Kansas City Railroad Blues||3:07|
|12||On The Dummy Line||1:40|
|13||New River Train||4:23|
|15||Lost Train Blues||2:16|
|16||Nine Hundred Miles||3:17|