The Nashville Teens - Tobacco Road FLAC album
Title: Tobacco Road
Style: Garage Rock, Rock & Roll
FLAC version ZIP size: 1199 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1659 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1951 mb
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Tobacco Road" is a blues song written and first recorded by John D. Loudermilk in 1960 that was a hit for The Nashville Teens in 1964 and has since become a standard across several musical genres. Originally framed as a folk song, "Tobacco Road" was a l tale of growing up in Durham, North Carolina. Released on Columbia Records, it was not a hit for Loudermilk, achieving only minor chart success in Australia. Other artists, however, immediately began recording and performing the song.
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I was born - in a bunk Mama died an' my daddy got drunk Left me here to - die or grow In the middle of "Tobacco Road". Grew up in - up rusty shack All I had was a-hangin' on my back Only you know - how I loathe This place called Tobacco Road. Cause it's home - the only life I've ever known Only you know how I loathe Tobacco Road. Gonna leave - get a job With the help and the grace from above Save some money get - rich and old Bring it back to "Tobacco Road"
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Tobacco Road is found on the album Tobacco Road. Found on more albums: Rock N Roll Classics Rockin' Back to Tobacco Road Nashville Teens. The Nashville Teens – Tobacco Road. Grew up in rusty shack All I had was hangin' on my back Only you know how I loathe This place called Tobacco Road. But it's home, the only life I ever known Only you know how I loathe Tobacco Road. Gonna leave, get a job With the help and the grace from above Save some money, get rich and old Bring it back to Tobacco Road. Bring that dynamite and a crane Blow it up, start all over again Build a town, be proud to show Gives the name Tobacco Road. But it's home, the only life I ever known I despise you 'cause yer filthy But I love you 'cause yer home
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Loudermilk*
Written-By – McDaniel*
Written-By – Craig*
|A4||Bread And Butter Man
Written-By – Loden*, Hollingsworth*
Written-By – Benton*, Colatrid*, Otis*, Randazzo*
|A6||Hootchie Kootchie Man
Written-By – Axton*
Written-By – Loudermilk*
Written-By – Carter-Lewis
Written-By – Allison*
|B4||I Like It Like That
Written-By – Chris Kenner
|B5||How Deep Is The Ocean
Written-By – Berlin*
Written-By – Traditional
- Bass Guitar – Pete Shannon
- Drums – Barry Jenkins
- Guitar – John Allen
- Harmonica, Vocals – Ray Phillips
- Keyboards – John Hawken
- Liner Notes – Ira Howard
- Producer – Mickie Most
- Vocals – Arthur Sharp
NotesDifferent label from The Nashville Teens - Tobacco Road
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped A Side): ZAL G529 1S
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped B Side): ZAL G530 1S
|LL 3407||The Nashville Teens||Tobacco Road (LP, Album, Mono)||London Records||LL 3407||US||1964|
|ALCD 0028||The Nashville Teens||Tobacco Road (CDr, Album, Unofficial)||Alkinous Ltd.||ALCD 0028||Russia||Unknown|
|PS 407||The Nashville Teens||Tobacco Road (LP, Album, Box)||London Records||PS 407||US||1964|
|REP 4858||The Nashville Teens||Tobacco Road (CD, Album, RE)||Repertoire Records||REP 4858||Germany||2000|
|ALCD 0028||The Nashville Teens||Tobacco Road (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Alkinous Ltd.||ALCD 0028||Russia||Unknown|