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Grandpa Jones - Are You From Dixie / Fast Moving Night Train (Vinyl)

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  1. Nami
    Grandpa Jones covered Fair and Tender Ladies, Old Joe Clark, Little Liza Jane, We'll Understand It Better (Bye and Bye) and other songs. Grandpa Jones originally did We'll Understand It Better (Bye and Bye), I'm Tying the Leaves (So They Won't Come Down), Methodist Pie, Peach Pickin' Time down in Georgia and other songs. Grandpa Jones wrote 8 More Miles to Louisville, It's Raining Here This.
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  2. Shaktilkis
    The Hee Haw Gospel Quartet Jacket VG+ Vinyl VG+ AUTOGRAPHED BY GRANDPA JONES Favourite Auctions Are You From Dixie / Fast Moving Night Train: King Records (3) 7", 45 RPM,, US: Grandpa Jones: Old Rattler / Mountain Maw: .
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  3. Moogutaur
    Find Grandpa Jones song information on AllMusic. Find Grandpa Jones song information on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases Night Train to Memphis. B. Smith. Are You From Dixie? George L. Cobb. Trouble in Mind. R.M. Jones. What'll I Do with the Baby-O. Grandpa's Boogie.
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  4. Votilar
    Grandpa Jones puts a great deal of energy and fun into favorites such as Mountain Dew, Old Rattler, Eight More Miles to Louisville, Night Train to Memphis, T For Texas, and my personal favorite Are You From Dixie?/5(4).
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  5. Shakakus
    Jan 28,  · Some of his more famous songs include, "T For Texas", "Night Train To Memphis" and "Mountain Dew". He also wrote the song "Eight More Miles To Louisville". Moving to Nashville, Tennessee, he became a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Jones later became a regular cast member on the long-running TV show, Hee Haw.
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  6. Nirr
    Grandpa Jones:Are You From Dixie; Grandpa Jones:Away Out On The Mountain; Grandpa Jones:Baby-O; Grandpa Jones:Mule Train; Grandpa Jones:Muleskinner Blues; Grandpa Jones:My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean; Grandpa Jones:My Carolina Sunshine Girl; Grandpa Jones:My Little Lady; Grandpa Jones:Night Train To Memphis; Grandpa Jones:No Tears In Heaven.
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  7. Brarr
    Louis Marshall "Grandpa" Jones was one person who aged right into his makeup. Like his real appearance, however, his actual background and role in country music were deceptive and more complex than they seem. Beginning in the s, he began attracti read more. top albums.
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  8. JoJorisar
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Grandpa Jones - Grandpa Jones Sings His Greatest Hits at Discogs. Complete your Grandpa Jones collection.
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