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Good Old Truckin Girl - Red Simpson - Sings Again (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. Red Simpson. Red Simpson is an American country singer-songwriter best known for his trucker-themed songs. When Capitol was searching for an artist to record a truck driving album, Red (who was writing for Central Songs) received the call and signed with the label. In , Hello, I'm a Truck peaked at #1 on the Record World singles chart.
  2. Longtime Dale Watson fans will be less than pleased to have to buy the first two albums in the Truckin' Sessions series again so they can have the 14 new tracks on the Truckin Sessions III disc (they might try buying them separately through a digital retailer), but fans of old-school country who love songs about wheelers will eat this up Price: $
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  4. There is a trucking Christmas album and an album devoted to policeman included in the set. Red sings in sort of a straightforward monotone but that is not to say he is not a good singer. It sort of reminds me of John Hartford for a lack of a better vocal comparison/5(6).
  5. Various: Keep On Truckin'; Capitol Special Markets/Realistic SL; ; E+/E S $20 -- trucker; good compilation mixing the well-known with the more obscure; C.W. McCall: Wolf Creek Pass, Dave Dudley: Six Days on the Road ( version), Fred Hart: New York Joe & Red Neck Tennessee, Del Reeves: Looking at the World through a Windshield, Dick.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Road Music - Truck Driving Songs on Discogs.
  7. LP 12" AQUILA AR (CAN) Red Simpson ‎Sings Again - I'm A Truck / Knights Of The Road / Drugstore Truck Driver / Road Rhythm / Motel Joe / Good Old Truckin' Girl / Truckin' Man / I Just Kept On Truckin' / Gas Food And Lodging / Lady Of The Road: 01/ LP 12" CAPITOL ST (US).
  8. After a couple more releases, including a memorable Christmas-themed trucking album called Truckin’ Trees for Christmas, Red left Capitol again in He played the Grand Ole Opry a half dozen times between and , but never considered relocating to Nashville. California was in his blood.

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