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Blues and Gospel Train (1964)

TV Movie  -  Music  -  19 August 1964 (UK)
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An innovative musical performed on a real railroad track with the audience one side of the tracks and the musicians on the station side. Also performing are Sonny Terry and Brownie McGee :'... See full summary »

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Gary Davis ...
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Ransom Knowling ...
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Cousin Joe Pleasant ...
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Willie 'The Lion' Smith ...
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An innovative musical performed on a real railroad track with the audience one side of the tracks and the musicians on the station side. Also performing are Sonny Terry and Brownie McGee :'Rocking and a whooping''Talking harmonica blues''I'm a roaming rambler'.. Cousin Joe sings 'Hot dog' and 'I'm a railroad porter'.. Muddy Waters performs 'Blow wind blow' and 'You can't lose what you never had'..'Sister Rosetta Tharpe performs 'Didn't it rain children', 'Trouble in mind' and 'Whole world in his hands'. Written by Anonymous

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Railroad Porter Blues
Performed by Cousin Joe Pleasant
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