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  5. Night Train to Nashville brings to light an era of black music and culture in Nashville that I had not been aware of. What a delight to discover this! Retracing part of Nashville's history through this wonderful music and the excellent liner notes with photos has been a broadening experience/5(14).
  6. Night Train To Nashville Vol 2 -- Music City Rhythm & Blues to CD (Item ) Lost Highway, –Brand: Lost Highway (Label).
  7. 1-CD Deluxe album with page booklet, 31 tracks. Total playing time approx. 86 mns. In , Bill C. Malone published his doctoral dissertation on country music, and in it became widely available as Country Music U.S.A. Published for the American Folklore Society by the University of Texas Press, it wasn't the first long-form work about country music, but it was the first to capture and.
  8. Nashville native Cecil Gant had a huge hit on the West Coast in with the sentimental wartime ballad "I Wonder." Recorded in in Los Angeles for the Gilt-Edge label, "I Wonder" is often credited with initiating the California boom in what would one day be called Rhythm and Blues music.
  9. VA - Night train to Nashville:Music City Rhythm and Blues Issued to coincide with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's historic exhibit of the same name, this two-Lp set is a treasure-trove of hits, misses, rarities, and smoking siorolarlainabanfuwaregespoicar.xyzinfo: D&J.

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