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  1. Eric Weissberg, Marshall Brickman, Various ‎– New Dimensions In Banjo And Bluegrass Eight More Miles To Louisville Banjo – E. Weissberg* Guitar – C. White*, M. Brickman* A6: Marshall Brickman & Various: Eric Weissberg, Marshall Brickman & Various - 5/5(1).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Truckin' On on Discogs. Label: Gusto Records (2) - GT • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country Eight More Miles To Louisville/5(8).
  3. Watch the video for Eight More Miles To Louisville from Sam Bush's King Of My World for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  4. Eight more miles and Louisville C G Will come in to my view A D And I 'll never more be blue C G I knew some day that I'd come back D I knew it from the start G D G C Eight more miles to Louis- ville G D G The home town of my heart. G There's sure to be a girl somewhere D G That you like best of all D She's long and she is tall.
  5. The song 8 More Miles to Louisville was written by Grandpa Jones and was first recorded and released by Grandpa Jones in It was covered by James Alan Shelton, Don Reno, Red Smiley and The Tennessee Cutups, The Bob Cort Skiffle featuring Ken Sykora, .
  6. For the kids out there: At the beginning Sam refers to "Ramona Jones," who was a fiddler and wife of "Grandpa Jones" who wrote the song. There are many other versions including June Carter-Cash's, but I agree with /u/basilbowman, Sam Bush's is the best.
  7. Standout tracks (though they are all excellent) are `Pony Express', `Earl's Breakdown', `Eight More Miles to Louisville', `Rawhide' and the gradually accelerating `Buffalo Gals', probably the track which best showcases Weissberg's incredible ability. Even if you're a city boy like me, you'll love it/5().
  8. Eight more miles and Louisville will come into my view Eight more miles on this old road and I'll never more be blue I knew some day that I'd come back I knew it from the start Eight more miles to Louisville the hometown of my heart There's bound to be a gal somewhere that you like best of all Mine lives down in Louisville she's long and she is.
  9. While there's plenty more albums after these, this effectively represents the "golden age" of Bill Haley and his Comets. Conveniently enough, each album has its own CD, while the remaining space is dedicated to non-LP bonus tracks, which is a highlight because many of Bill's early sides from the 40s/50s were scarcely heard/5(46).

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