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Ride the Train 4 /  Various
  • Artist: Various Artists
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 822371042621
  • Item #: 459269X
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 7/27/2004
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Ride the Train 4 / Various on CD

This edition of 'Ride The Train' begins with two Hobo songs writted by two very experienced song writers. Texas song writer A. V. Sonny May has his rendition of 'Hobo Blues' performed by William Ray and 'Hobo Lullaby', which was penned by Bob Aubert from Washington State, is sung by Larry Knight. Jim Birmingham is from England and he contributes a self written score entitled 'See That Train'. Another song with a European flavor, 'He Came From Ireland' was actually written and performed by Don Crouse from Indiana. John Standring from England makes his NBT dubut on this CD with 'Listen To The Boxcars'. John is a member of the Wirral Musicians Project. Peter Allen is also from England and performs a Daniel Hicks and Jeremy Sloane composition entitled 'Does This Train Go To Silvertown'. Mark Kelf and the Valley Boys hail from England and their rendition of 'The Crossing' gives a rockabilly flavor to the CD. Kelf co-wrote this song with Richard Howard. Michael Stuart Jones returns to the train series with a song entitled 'Dream Come True' which is a doo-wop number thus adding yet another genre to the musical mix. 'Long Way Home (Ghost Train)' is presented by David A. Powell II from West Virginia and 'G.W.R. (Great Western Railway)' is courtesy of Brain Condrey from England. No collection of railroad songs is complete without this CD. There are l9 tracks with over one hour of entainment.