Willie Nelson - City Of New Orleans album flac
City of New Orleans is a folk song written by Steve Goodman, describing a train ride from Chicago to New . Willie Nelson version Steve Goodman won a posthumous Grammy Award for Best Country Song in 1984 for Willie Nelson's version, which was included on his 1984 album of the same name
Willie does a good version of the song written by Steve Goodman.
City of New Orleans is the thirtieth studio album by country musician Willie Nelson, released by Columbia Records. The title track was written and originally recorded by Steve Goodman; his version was released in 1971. The next year, Arlo Guthrie became the first to have a hit with the song. Nelson's version topped the . country singles chart. Other covers featured on the album include "Please Come to Boston" and "Wind Beneath My Wings". City of New Orleans" (Steve Goodman) - 4:47.
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Band Name Willie Nelson. Album Name City of New Orleans. Erscheinungsdatum 1984. Labels Columbia Records. 1. City of New Orleans. 2. Just Out of Reach. 3. Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues. 4. Why Are You Picking on Me? 5. She's Out of My Life. 6. Cry. 7. Please Come to Boston. Studio album by. Willie Nelson.
Riding on the City of New Orleans Illinois Central, Monday morning rail Fifteen cars and fifteen restless riders Three conductors and twenty-five sacks of mail All along the southbound odyssey The train pulls out of Kankakee And rolls along past houses farms and fields Passing trains that have no name And graveyards full of old black men And graveyards full. I'm your native son I'm the train they call the City of New Orleans And I'll be gone five hundred miles when the day is done. Dealing cards with an old man in the club car Penny a point, ain't no one keeping score Pass that paper bag that holds the bottle And feel the wheels rumbling beneath the floor And the sons of Pullman porters and the sons of engineers Ride their fathers' magic carpet made of steel Mothers with their babes asleep, rocking to.
Ridin' on the City of New Orleans. Illinois Central, Monday mornin' rail. Fifteen cars and fifteen restless riders. City of New Orleans is a folk song written by Steve Goodman, who won a posthumous Grammy Award for Best Country Song in 1984 for Willie Nelson's version. The song has also been covered by John Denver, Johnny Cash, Judy Collins, Jerry Reed, Chet Atkins, Hank Snow, and others.
City of New Orleans" is a 1984 album by country musician Willie Nelson, released by Columbia Records. The title track was penned by Steve Goodman, originally recorded by Arlo Guthrie in 1972; Nelson's version of the song topped the . The album also features renditions of "Please Come to Boston" and "Wind Beneath My Wings"
|A1||City Of New Orleans|
|A2||Just Out Of Reach|
|A3||Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues|
|A4||Why Are You Pickin' On Me|
|A5||She's Out Of My Life|
|B2||Please Come To Boston|
|B3||It Turns Me Inside Out|
|B4||Wind Beneath My Wings|
|B5||Until It's Time For You To Go|
|FC 39145||Willie Nelson||City Of New Orleans (LP, Album)||Columbia||FC 39145||US||1984|
|FCT-39145, FCT 39145||Willie Nelson||City Of New Orleans (Cass, Album, CrO)||Columbia, Columbia||FCT-39145, FCT 39145||Canada||1984|
|CBS 26135||Willie Nelson||City Of New Orleans (LP, Album)||CBS||CBS 26135||UK||1984|
|FCT 39145, FCT39145||Willie Nelson||City Of New Orleans (Cass, Album)||Columbia, Columbia||FCT 39145, FCT39145||US||1984|
|32DP 179||Willie Nelson||City Of New Orleans (CD, Album)||CBS/Sony||32DP 179||Japan||1984|