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9 thoughts on “ Arkansas Traveler - Jimmie Driftwood* - The Wilderness Road And Jimmie Driftwood

  1. - Driftwood At See - In A Cotton Shirt And A Pair Of Dungarees - Davy Jones (Song Of A Dead Soldier) - Sailor, Sailor, Marry Me - The Diver Boy - The Ship That Never Returned - Sailing Away On The Ocean - John Paul Jones - The Bear Flew Over The Ocean.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Wilderness Road And Jimmie Driftwood on Discogs/5(7).
  3. Oct 12,  · Tennessee Stud - The Best Of by Jimmie Driftwood Track Listings Disc: 1 1. Tennessee Stud 2. The Wilderness Road 3. Big John Davy 4. The Battle Of San Juan Hill 5. Soldier's Joy 6. First Covered Wagon 7. Won't You Come Along And Go? Arkansas Traveler Razorback Steak Oh Florie The Land Of The Amazon Run Johnny Run4/4(2).
  4. Listen to Arkansas Traveler from Jimmie Driftwood's Americana for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Listen to Arkansas Traveler from Jimmie Driftwood's Americana for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube.
  5. Americana by Jimmy Driftwood () by Jimmie DRIFTWOOD. Audio CD More Buying Choices $ Arkansas Old Time Music) LP ‎ (1 used offer) The Marshal of Silver City/ the Wilderness Road. by Jimmie Driftwood. Vinyl More Buying Choices $ (1 .
  6. Wilderness Road is Jimmie Driftwood's second album, and it has the simple, folk-based sound that typified the recordings he made before producer Chet Atkins began to pile on glossy production flourishes. Acoustic guitar, string bass, and an occasional jew's-harp are the only instrumental ingredients, and except for three traditional songs, the album was authored by Driftwood.9/
  7. Lyrics to Arkansas Traveler by Jimmie Driftwood from the Americana album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  8. James Corbitt Morris (June 20, – July 12, ), known professionally as Jimmy Driftwood or Jimmie Driftwood, was an American folk music songwriter and musician, most famous for his songs "The Battle of New Orleans" and "Tennessee Stud". Driftwood wrote more than 6, folk songs, of which more than were recorded by various musicians.
  9. Mar 09,  · Editorial Reviews. Jimmie Driftwood scored a huge hit with his "Battle of New Orleans," but the public at large was never the originally intended audience for his song. He was a teacher in Arkansas who wrote songs about American history to better engage his students and help them learn. Many of the songs were just as good as his big hit, /5(11).

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