G J Roark | Goin' Down to Nashville

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Goin' Down to Nashville

by G J Roark

Traditional country a la 1970's/1980's.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Johnny Walker Red
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3:24 $0.79
2. Goin' Down to Nashville
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3:23 $0.79
3. Looking for Robert Johnson
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3:10 $0.79
4. Home of the Brave
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2:31 $0.79
5. Fading Footsteps
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2:34 $0.79
6. Out in the Country
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3:29 $0.79
7. They Call It Country Music
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3:11 $0.79
8. Pass the Lowfat Milk
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9. John Tulley (feat. Patsy Roark)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Traditional country songs influenced by Merle Haggard, John Conlee and other great artists from the '70s and '80s. Includes a line dance song (Out in the Country), a folk ballad based on a true story (John Tulley), a tribute to America (Home of the Brave), andd a tribute to Nashville (Goin' Down to Nashville). Also has a great drinking song (Johnny Walker Red). Nine songs in all.


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Steve Warren

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From the humor of PASS THE LOWFAT MILK to the heartrending tale of John Tulley, Mr. Roark has given us a worthy album.