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8 thoughts on “ The Wabash Cannonball - Moon Mullican - Good Times Gonna Roll Again (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Starday Album Discography, Part 1 SLP to SLP () By David Edwards, Mike Callahan, and Patrice Eyries Last update: August 1,
  2. Wabash Cannonball Lyrics: Out from the wide Pacific to the broad Atlantic shore / She climbs flowery mountains, over hills and by the shore / Although she's tall and handsome and she's known quite.
  3. May 22,  · 02 - Wabash Cannonball - Moon Mullican 03 - It's OK - George Jones 04 - Poor Old Me - Benny Barnes 05 - Footprints In The Snow - Willis Brothers 06 - You Are The One - Leon Payne 07 - Boll Weevil - Jim Glaser 08 - Hold Everything - Red Sovine 09 - Mom And Dad's Affair - Cowboy Copas 10 - Intoxicated Rat - Frankie Miller Code.
  4. Good Times Gonna Roll Again. Listen Now $ 7. Wabash Cannonball. Wabash Cannonball. Listen Now $ 8. Ragged But Right. Ragged But Right. guitar boogie and rock and roll fermented. The moon man, Mr. Mullican was a great star who bridged the gap between bluesy hokum music through Western Swing, into proto Rock and /5(8).
  5. This album includes music from both Starday and King eras and is a good overall sampler of Moon's career. Although not as wellknown as Elvis Presley, there is no doubting the similarities between Moon and Elvis: both were very versatile singers, were regarded as the King of their chosen field, had countless imitators and derivatives and loved black music.
  6. Jul 03,  · The moon man, Mr. Mullican was a great star who bridged the gap between bluesy hokum music through Western Swing, into proto Rock and Roll. Anyone who thinks that Elvis was the first person to combine Country music with black blues, or the music didnt rock until the s, needs to examine the work here from the s/5(8).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I'll Sail My Ship Alone on Discogs.
  8. Lyrics to 'Wabash Cannonball' by Roy Acuff. Listen to the jingle the rumble and the roar as she glides along the woodland o'er the hills and by the shore hear the rush of the mighty engine hear the lonesome hobos call he's riding through the jungle on the Wabash cannon ball.

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