Category: Rock

Little Rocker - Mystery Train - Crazy, Young And Wild (CD, Album)

02.10.2012 / / Rock

8 Replies to “ Little Rocker - Mystery Train - Crazy, Young And Wild (CD, Album) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Mystery Train on Discogs. Label: Polydor - • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Country Rock, Rock & Roll, Classic Rock/5(24).
  2. The North American compilation of Young's 80s work, Lucky Thirteen, is far superior - it covers more territory (including material from Landing on Water and a pair of great live takes with the Bluenotes), contains rarities and outtakes that usually surpass the album tracks, and works amazingly well as an album on its own. Two of this album's /5(9).
  3. Mystery Train Lyrics: Train I ride, sixteen coaches long / Train I ride, sixteen coaches long / Well that long black train carried my baby from home / Train train, coming on 'round the bend / Train.
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  5. The song Mystery Train was written by Junior Parker and Sam Phillips [US1] and was first recorded and released by Little Junior's Blue Flames in It was covered by Toby Keith - Joe Perry, Bob Dylan featuring Johnny Cash, The Rarely Herd, Colin Paul and other artists.
  6. "Mystery Train" is a song written and recorded by American blues musician Junior Parker in Originally performed in the style of a Memphis blues or rhythm and blues tune, it was inspired by earlier songs and later became a popular rockabilly song, as first covered by .
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  8. Mystery Train draws tracks from Neil Young's Geffen years, including selections from Trans (), Everybody's Rockin' (), Old Ways (), and the late rarities CD that uses lost tracks from this time period, Lucky Thirteen (). This, of course, was the era in which Geffen sued Young for not putting out albums that sounded enough like Neil Young, a rather ridiculous premise given Young 7/

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