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Johnny Duncan - Johnny Duncan Salutes Hank Williams flac album

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Performer: Johnny Duncan
Title: Johnny Duncan Salutes Hank Williams
Style: Texas Blues
Category: Blues
Rating: 4.3 ✦
Other format: AA MIDI VQF MP2 WMA TTA DXD

John Franklin Duncan (September 7, 1932 – July 15, 2000) was an American bluegrass and skiffle musician. He became popular in Britain in 1957 with "Last Train to San Fernando", which reached number two in the UK Singles Chart. Duncan was born in the Windrock coal-mining camp overlooking the town of Oliver Springs, Tennessee. In his teens he moved to Texas where he learned guitar and mandolin, and played in a hillbilly trio.

Sings Hank Williams is the seventh album by American country and rock and roll singer Johnny Cash, released under Sun Records on September 15, 1960. Only the first four of the twelve tracks on the album were written by Williams, with most of the others being written by Cash.

Band's List Country Rock Johnny Cash Johnny Cash Sings Hank Williams. Released date 15 September 1960. Labels Sun Record Company.

feat: Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys, Johnny Duncan. 2. Last Train to San Fernando. Johnny Duncan & The Blue Grass Boys. feat: Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys, Johnny Duncan.

The Essential Johnny Duncan. The Johnny Duncan Archive of 1958. Last Train To San Fernando (Remastered) - Single. Blue Blue Heartaches (Remastered) - Single. Footprints in the Snow (Remastered) - Single.

Tracklist

A1 Hey Good Lookin'
A2 Wedding Bells
A3 Moanin' The Blues
A4 Cold Cold Heart
A5 Jambalaya (On The Bayou)
A6 Kaw-liga
B1 Your Cheatin' Heart
B2 Long Gone Lonesome Blues
B3 Half As Much
B4 May You Never Be Alone
B5 Mind Your Own Business
B6 Salute To Hank Williams

Tracklist

A1 Hey Good Lookin'
A2 Wedding Bells
A3 Moanin' The Blues
A4 Cold Cold Heart
A5 Jambalaya
B1 Your Cheatin' Heart
B2 Long Gone Lonesome Blues
B3 Half As Much
B4 May You Never Be Alone
B5 Salute To Hank Williams