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Roy Acuff - Wabash Canonball [Proper] flac album

Roy Acuff - Wabash Canonball [Proper] flac album

Performer: Roy Acuff
Title: Wabash Canonball [Proper]
Style: Traditional Country
Duration: 01:08:18
Relesed: 2004
Recording date: January 28, 1947 - January, 1950
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 216
Other formats: AU DTS MPC APE ASF MIDI

Roy Claxton Acuff (September 15, 1903 – November 23, 1992) was an American country music singer, fiddler, and promoter. Missing lyrics by Roy Acuff? Know any other songs by Roy Acuff?

Roy Acuff - Wabash Canonball. Roy Acuff live at the Wembley Arena 1983. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.

Album Songs Of The Smoky Mountains (1949). Wabash Cannonball Lyrics. From the great Atlantic ocean To the wide Pacific shore From the queen of flowing mountains To the southbelt by the shore She's mighty tall and handsome And known quite well by all She's the combination Called the Wabash Cannonball. She came down from Birmingham One cold December day As she rolled into the station You could hear all the people say There's a girl from Tennessee She's long and she's tall She came down from Birmingham On the Wabash Cannonball. Wabash Cannonball was written by William Kindt in 1904 as an adaptation of an 1882 work by J. A. Roff called The Great Rock Island Route. It was recorded by Roy Acuff in 1936. This song is one of the The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 500 Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll, and it’s the oldest song on the list.

Исполнитель: Roy Acuff (English). Пользователь: Mike Dierickse. From the great Atlantic ocean to the wide Pacific shore From the queen of flowing mountain to the south bell by the shore She's mighty tall and handsome and know quite well by all She's the combination on the Wabash Cannonball. She came down from Birmingham one cold December day As she rolled in the station you could hear all the people say There's a girl from Tennessee she's long and she's tall She came down from Birmingham on the Wabash Cannonball. Our estern states are dandies so the people always say From New York to St. Louis and Chicago by the way From the hills.

Another popular version was recorded by Roy Acuff in 1936. The Acuff version is one of the fewer than 40 all-time singles to have sold 10 million (or more) physical copies worldwide. It is a signature song of the Indiana State University Marching Sycamores and the Purdue All-American Marching Band as the ISU and Purdue campuses are adjacent to the Mighty Wabash River. The legendary Bluegrass guitarist Doc Watson and his son Merle included a rhapsodic version of The Wabash Cannon Ball on the live album Doc Watson on Stage in 1982, reissued on CD in 1990.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 I Talk to Myself About You Fred Rose Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:38
2 Freight Train Blues Traditional Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:38
3 Wabash Cannonball A.P. Carter Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:36
4 Our Own Jole Blon Traditional Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:53
5 Waltz of the Wind Fred Rose Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:36
6 A Sinner's Death (I'm Dying) Roy Acuff Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:40
7 Tennessee Central (#9) Beasley Smith Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:29
8 There's a Big Rock in the Road Fred Rose Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:52
9 Po' Folks All the Time Fred Rose Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:30
10 When They Take the Last Look at You Cliff Carlisle / Mel Foree Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:59
11 Heartaches and Flowers Fred Kirby Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:43
12 You'll Reap These Tears Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:29
13 It's Just About Time Roy Acuff Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 3:01
14 I'll Always Care Bob Dean Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:58
15 It's So Hard to Smile John Bailes / Zeke Clements Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:38
16 The Midnight Train Glenn Spencer Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:50
17 Tennessee Waltz Pee Wee King / Redd Stewart Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:58
18 Dance Around Molly Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:40
19 Black Mountain Rag Traditional Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:55
20 Smoky Mountain Rag Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:51
21 Lonesome Indian Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:36
22 Polk County Breakdown Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:47
23 Jesus Died for Me Hank Williams Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:48
24 The Day They Laid Mary Away Fred Rose Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:43
25 It's All Right Now Roy Acuff Roy Acuff feat: Smoky Mountain Boys 2:30

Credits

Roy Acuff - Arranger, Composer, Fiddle, Primary Artist, Train Sounds, Vocals
John Bailes - Composer
Cliff Carlisle - Composer
A.P. Carter - Composer
Zeke Clements - Composer
Bob Dean - Composer
Jess Easterday - Mandolin
Mel Foree - Composer
Pee Wee King - Composer
Fred Kirby - Composer
Adam Komorowski - Annotation
Tommy Magness - Arranger, Fiddle
Jimmy Riddle - Accordion, Harmonica
Fred Rose - Composer
Peter Rynston - Digital Remastering
Beasley Smith - Composer
Smoky Mountain Boys - Primary Artist
Glenn Spencer - Composer
Redd Stewart - Composer
Traditional - Composer
Hank Williams - Composer
Velma Williams - Bass
Lonnie Wilson - Guitar
Joe Zinkan - Bass
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