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Tom Wilson - Blue Mountain Blues download album

  • Performer: Tom Wilson
  • Title: Blue Mountain Blues
  • Genre: Blues / Pop / Country - World
  • Style: Country Blues, Bluegrass
  • MP3 album: 1750 mb
  • FLAC album: 1474 mb
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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Tom Wilson  - Blue Mountain Blues download album

Tom Wilson (22) ‎– Blue Mountain Blues. Label: Rodeo Records (2) ‎– RLP-8000. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Keyboards – Teddy Gerow. Lead Vocals – Tom Wilson (22). Photography – Wayne Levere. Producer – Ralph Carlson.

Side 1. Blue Mountain Blues, Agustus Barnett, Berry Pickin', Lights of Denver, Butterfly, Toy Heart. Side 2. St. Lawrence River, Danny Boy, Telephone Call, Not So Very Pretty Side of Town, Almost Home, Transport Blues. Lean back and let yourself go back to the days of the Electric Radio" - Tom Wilson Side 1. On My Way Back, Electric Radio, Maple Sugar Mandolin, The Fiddle Man, Nellie Kane, Martin Gibson Line. Keep on the Sunny Side, Gethsemane, By the Side of the Road, No Hiding Place, Let me Rest, Little White Church. This is Tom's seventh album on the RODEO lable. It is a classic "feed" of home-cooked Bluegrass

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Blue Mountain Blues
Written-By – Tom Wilson
A2 Augustus Barnett
Written-By – Ralph Carlson
A3 Berry Pickin'
Written-By – Gene Martin
A4 Lights Of Denver
Written-By – Ralph Carlson
A5 Butterfly
Written-By – Tom Wilson
A6 Toy Heart
Written-By – Bill Monroe
B1 St. Lawrence River
Written-By – Jim Plumy
B2 Danny Boy
Written-By – Tom Wilson
B3 Telephone Call
Written-By – Ralph Carlson
B4 Not So Very Pretty Side Of Town
Written By – Ralph Carlson
B5 Almost Home
Written-By – Ralph Carlson
B6 Transport Blues
Written-By – Ralph Carlson

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  • Distributed By – Holborne Distributing Co. Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Snocan Studios


  • Acoustic Bass, Fiddle, Mandolin, Harmony Vocals – Ray Adams
  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Dave Dennison
  • Banjo – Gene Martin
  • Banjo, Harmony Vocals – Glen Adams
  • Bass [Bluegrass] – Don O'Neill
  • Bass [Country] – Dusty King Junior
  • Conductor, Arranged By – Teddy Gerow*
  • Design [Cover] – Bruce Rawlins
  • Dobro, Mandolin, Pedal Steel Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Gary Spicer
  • Drums – Sam Henry
  • Engineer [Sound] – Dave Dennison
  • Keyboards – Teddy Gerow*
  • Lead Vocals – Tom Wilson
  • Photography – Wayne Levere
  • Producer – Ralph Carlson
  • Rhythm Guitar, Harmony Vocals, Autoharp – Ralph Carlson

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