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The Payroll Boys - Fields Where We Once Played FLAC
Performer:
The Payroll Boys
Album:
Fields Where We Once Played
Style:
Bluegrass
Released:
1983
Country:
US
Label:
June Appal Recordings
Catalog:
JA046
FLAC size:
2018 mb
MP3 size:
1256 mb
WMA size:
1586 mb


Tracklist


1Dry Land Fishin'
Written-By – Jack Tottle
2:26
2Blind Marie
Written-By – Bob Martin
4:00
3I Shall Be Released
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:36
4Louise
Written-By – Paul Siebel
2:57
5Family Bible
Written-By – Claude Gray , Paul Buskirk, Walter Breeland
3:32
6Fields Where We Once Played
Written-By – Jack Wright , John Gilliam
2:48
790 Years Old
Written-By – Frank Taylor, Jack Wright
1:52
8One Way Ticket
Written-By – Jack Wright
2:45
9Lonesome Pine
Written-By – Jack Tottle
3:10
10Paycheck Bounce
Written-By – Roger Hall
2:23


Credits


  • Banjo, VocalsRoger Hall
  • Bass, VocalsSonny Houston
  • FiddleMarion Sumner
  • Guitar, VocalsJack Wright
  • Mandolin, VocalsJack Tottle
  • Pedal Steel GuitarEddie Trent
  • Resonator Guitar [Dobro]Jerry Douglas


Album


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