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CD D 286

MERLE TRAVIS & TEX ANN Wild Goose.. B.A.C.M. 286


Merle and then wife Tex Ann with 28 Capitol transcription recordings from 1946 - includes a mix of folk songs and Travis original compositions.

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Track listing:

- Mus'rat
- I'd Like To Go Back
- Nickelty Knackelty Now
- And They Called It Dixieland
- Tomorrow (I'll Be In My Dixieland Home Again)
- Lolly To Dum Dey
- Sourwood Mountain
- The Wise Old Owl
- Shady Brook Lane
- The Life Of The Party
- Wild Goose
- Dear Little Wifey Back Home
- The Dust On Mother's Old Bible
- The Courtin' Song
- Grandad's Cuspidor
- Heaven Bound Train
- Why'd I Fall For Abner
- Dream Train Engineer
- Baby Don't You Cry No More
- The Dutchman's Wife
- Someone To Call Me Honey
- Go Where I Send Thee
- Paper Of Pins
- Peg Leg Jack
- My Worst Worry
- God Put A Rainbow In The Cloud
- This World Is Such A Lonely Place
- Did You Ever Go Sailing

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CDs by Merle Travis


CD D 286

MERLE TRAVIS & TEX ANN Wild Goose.. B.A.C.M. 286

Merle and then wife Tex Ann with 28 Capitol transcription recordings from 1946 - includes a mix of folk songs and Travis original compositions.


More details            Price: USD $16.00           


CD D 253

MERLE TRAVIS Dapper Dan. B.A.C.M. 253

Singer, songwriter, poet and guitarist extraordinaire who influenced and inspired a whole generation of guitar players including Chet Atkins; Travis has become a legend and rightly so as this material - 24 cuts from the 1940s/50s will show.


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CD D 157

COUNTRY MUSIC ON CAPITOL Various Artists. B.A.C.M. 157

You'll find Jimmy Work, Jean Shepard, Jimmie Skinner and Jack Guthrie - as well as "He'll have to go" co-writer Joe Allison - included on this great and varied collection.


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CD D 42

THE COONHUNTERS featuring Merle Travis. B.A.C.M. 42

25 Capitol transcriptions from the mid 1940s. The Coonhunters group is usually associated with Merle Travis and Wesley Tuttle, but on this set of recordings it is primarily Merle on lead vocals; exciting mix of old and new songs, several of the new ones penned by Merle and featuring a fine group of session musicians including 'Herman The Hermit' on banjo and Charlie Lindville on fiddle. From the banter, it is clear the boys are having fun, whilst creating some great music.


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