Jukebox at The Last Chance Saloon - Various - Jukebox

Jukebox at The Last Chance Saloon
Released on 18/01/1123 instrumental gems from twangy stringbenders and duelling banjo's to aching steel guitars

An up-all-night collection of original vintage 45s, laced with coffee and stay-awake substitutes for long-haul truck drivers.

Staccato finger picking, brazen banjos and mandolins and vehement fiddle playing set off by soaring steel guitars and pin-sharp dobro.

Over an hours worth of toe-tapping, heel shuffling country gems.

Our Price: £9.95
Code: PSALM2323
Weight: 200
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Country Guitar - Eddie Eddings / Bending The Strings - Allen Shelton / GUITAR Cannonball - Jackie Phelps / Teenage Blues - Billy Byrd / Steel Guitar Special - Al Petty With The Rainbow Riders / Country Rockin' And Flyin' - Buddy Dee / Boogie Battle - Arthur 'Guitar Boogie' Smith / Missouri Drag - Bill Wimberly / Alabam - Jackie Phelps / Fort Worth Drag Shot - Jackson And Buddy Emmons / Station Break - Herbie Remington / Skip Along Guitar - The Musical-Aires / Memphis - Hardrock Gunter / Nervous Breakdown - Buck Ryan / Fire On The Strings - Joe Maphis / Banjo Whiz - Buzz Busby / Boogie On Strings - Leon Mcauliff And His Cimarron Boys / Ham And Biscuits - Jackie Phelps / Thumbs Guitar Boogie - Thumbs Carlille / Fling Ding - The Stanley Brothers / Orange Blossom Breakdown - Ernest V Stoneman And The Stoneman Family / Waltz Of The Jambalaya - Link Davis / Tennessee Strings - Jackie Phelps
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