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Tom Paxton - Ramblin' Boy Album

Tom Paxton - Ramblin' Boy Album
Title:
Ramblin' Boy
Performer:
Tom Paxton
Style:
Folk Rock
Released:
1965
Catalog:
EKL-277
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
1396 mb
FLAC album size:
1668 mb
Genre:
Label:
Elektra

Tracklist


1Goin' To The Zoo2:27
2Ramblin' Boy3:59
3Daily News2:15
4Fare Thee Well, Cisco3:03
5High Sheriff Of Hazard2:08
6The Last Thing On My Mind3:05
7My Lady's A Wild, Flying Dove3:10
8Bound For The Mountains And The Sea3:03
9A Rumblin' In The Land3:00
10Standing On The Edge Of Town1:42
11Harper2:50
12I Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound3:40
13A Job Of Work2:43
14When Morning Breaks2:55
15What Did You Learn In School Today?1:43


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EKS-7277Tom Paxton Ramblin' Boy ‎(LP, Album)ElektraEKS-7277US1964
EKL-277Tom Paxton Ramblin' Boy ‎(LP, Album, Mono)ElektraEKL-277UKUnknown
EKL-277Tom Paxton Ramblin' Boy ‎(LP, Album, Mono)ElektraEKL-277US1964
K 42003Tom Paxton Ramblin' Boy ‎(LP, Album, RE)ElektraK 42003UKUnknown
EKS-7277Tom Paxton Ramblin' Boy ‎(LP, Album, RE)ElektraEKS-7277US1966


Credits


  • Acoustic Guitar, VocalsTom Paxton
  • Banjo, Guitar [2nd], HarmonicaBarry Kornfeld
  • GuitarrónFelix Pappalardi
  • Liner NotesTom Paxton
  • ProducerPaul Rothchild
  • Supervised By [Production Supervisor]Jac Holzman


Notes


Original mid-60's issue on gold label with white edging


Album


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