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Ramblin Music Man - Charlie McCoy - Appalachian Fever (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Charles Ray McCoy (born March 28, ) is a Grammy-winning American session musician noted mainly for his harmonica performance, but also for his skill on a wide variety of instruments. In , he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Based in Nashville, McCoy's playing is heard on recordings by Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Chet Atkins, Waylon Jennings and Loretta Lynn.
  2. ramblin fever vinyl lp album warner special products various artists. ex on vinyl and cover. the record looks and sounds very good. the cover has tight seams and looks very good(see photos). overall nice album. original warner special products Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. There is a cut out slice on the top right hand corner. It doesn't affect the LP inside which is unopened, never played and factory sealed. The album contains the following songs Cripple Creek. Appalachian Fever.
  4. The Real McCoy/Charlie McCoy/Good Time Charlie/The Fastest Harp in the South: Charlie McCoy: Primary Artist: This Side or the Other: David Olney: Harmonica, Vibraphone: A Boy From Tupelo: The Complete Recordings: Elvis Presley.
  5. Charlie McCoy discography and songs: Music profile for Charlie McCoy, born 28 March Genres: Country, Country Rock, Country Pop. Albums include The Old Grey Whistle Test, Wanted Man - The Very Best of Johnny Cash, and The Old Grey Whistle Test - Vols 1 to 3.
  6. Buy Best Of Charlie McCoy (CD) by Charlie McCoy (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  7. The song Ramblin' Man was written by Hank Williams and was first released by Luke the Drifter in It was covered by The Rambling Men, Country's Hottest Pickers, Jake Penrod, Billy Mure's Guitar and Orchestra and other artists.
  8. Ramblin' Music Man Written-By – Russ Hicks: A4: West Virginia Mountain Melody Written-By – Linda Kimball, Sherri King: A5: Cripple Creek Arranged By, Adapted By – Bob Eggers: A6: Red Haired Boy Arranged By, Adapted By – Buddy Blackmon, Charlie McCoy: B1: Drifting Lovers Written-By – Charlie Craig (2) B2 4/5(1).

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