|1||Ride 'Em Cowboy|
|2||Truck Drivin' Man|
|4||White Line Fever|
|5||Willie, Waylon And Me|
|6||Frankie & Johnnie|
|KSCD-482||David Allan Coe|| Truckin' Outlaw (CD, Album)||King Records ||KSCD-482||US||1994|
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Truckin' Outlaw - David Allan Coe. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Truckin' Outlaw is a skimpy, eight-track budget-priced collection that features versions of Willie, Waylon and Me, Truck Drivin' Man and White Line Fever that are likely re-recordings or alternate takes. Stick to the more comprehensive, expensive collections - they offer a better value. Truckin' Outlaw, 2014. David Allan Coe. Endless Black Ribbon, 02:44. Give Me Forty Acres, 02:29. Songs in album David Allan Coe - Truckin' Outlaw 1996. David Allan Coe - The Ride. David Allan Coe - Willie, Waylon And Me. David Allan Coe - Frankie & Johnnie. David Allan Coe - Truck Drivin' Man. David Allan Coe - Ride 'Em Cowboy. David Allan Coe - Tennessee Whiskey. David Allan Coe - Mama Tried. David Allan Coe - White Line Fever. Listen free to David Allan Coe Truckin' Outlaw Branded Man, California Turnarounds and more. 10 tracks 32:17. A life-long renegade, singersongwriter David Allan Coe is one of the most colorful and unpredictable characters in country music history. One of the pioneering artists of the outlaw country movement of the '70s, he hasn't had many big hits - only three of his singles hit the Top Ten - but he has been among the biggest cult figures in country music throughout his career. Born in Akron, OH, Coe first got into trouble with the law at age nine. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User . Truckin Outlaw. Released 1994. Truckin Outlaw Tracklist. Ride 'Em Cowboy Lyrics. Tennessee Whiskey Lyrics. About Truckin Outlaw. Truckin Outlaw Q&A. David Allan Coe born September 6, 1939 is an American singer and songwriter. His biggest hits were Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile, The Ride, You Never Even Called Me by My Name, She Used to Love Me a Lot, and Longhaired Redneck. His most popular songs are the number-one hits Would You Lay With Me In a Field of Stone and Take This Job and Shove It. The latter inspired the movie of the same name. Rebel Son - Bury Me In Southern Ground electric