Songs on Toast – 07/18/2014

THAT TRAIN IS GONE

Westbound Train 3:08 Dennis Brown Reggae Hit The Town
Gone Dead Train 2:56 Randy Newman Performance
Travelin’ 2:33 Mr. Airplane Man C’mon DJ
If Love Was a Train 4:31 Amy LaVere Died of Love
That Train Don’t Stop Here 3:53 Los Lobos Wolf Tracks: The Best Of Los Lobos
Catch A Train 3:26 Free Walk in My Shadow
Southbound Train 2:42 Birmingham Jubilee Singers Birmingham Jubilee Singers Vol. 1 (1926-1927)
Hobo, You Can’t Ride This Train 3:04 Louis Armstrong Complete RCA-Victor Recordings
Roll With It 2:27 Steve Miller Band Love Is The Song We Sing
Fast Freight 3:39 Fifth Avenue Band The Fifth Avenue Band
The Woo Woo Train 2:57 Valentines Doo Wop Box #2
Stop That Train 3:14 Keith & Tex Riding The Musical Chariot
Blue Railroad Train 3:01 Geoff & Maria Muldaur Sweet Potatoes
Whisky Train 4:32 Procol Harum Home
That Train Is Gone 2:52 Chuck Willis Stroll On
The Train I’m On 3:09 Tony Joe White The Best Of Tony Joe White
Train Leaves Here This Morning 3:51 Gene Clark Flying High
Trains 5:19 Terence Boylan Terence Boylan
My Opening Farewell 4:57 Jackson Browne & David Lindley RCA Studios, New York City NY, September 27, 1973
Last Train To Memphis 3:01 Bobby Charles Last Train To Memphis
Where The Railroads Run On Time5:42 OK Savant OK SAVANT
Midnight Train 4:19 Joe Louis Walker Witness To The Blues
Train Round The Bend 3:23 Velvet Underground Loaded
Mystery Train 2:29 Elvis Presley Sun Records Collection
Sympathy For A Train 6:28 Willis Alan Ramsey w/Jamie Oldaker Mad Dogs And Oakies
Desperados Waiting for the Train 4:31 Guy Clark The Essential Guy Clark
Endless Tunnel 13:15 The Serpent Power The Serpent Power
Gospel Train 2:39 Wright Brothers The Gospel Tradition : The Roots And The Branches
The Train 2:38 Lord Buckley A Most Immaculately Hip Aristocrat

One Response to “Songs on Toast – 07/18/2014”

  1. A very cool set, made extra-special with the inclusion of OK Savant’s “Where The Railroads Run On Time,” which deserves an extended 97-minute remix so we can lounge around in that groove even longer. Nice vibe to the arrangement

    Brian probably could’ve devoted a dozen years and still left some great train songs out, so I’ll just jot down this homework assignment for inquisitive listeners: Bob Dylan’s “It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry,” from Highway 61 Revisited.