Music On The Big Train

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Above is a sample of some fine Big Train victuals available in the dining car:

1 She Caught the Katy: written by Taj Mahal. You may recognize it from The Blues Brothers movie
2 Little Sister: Elvis did it first... hopefully he would approve of this version
3 Take Out Some Insurance: good tune, and good advice. I know a guy...
4 Cadillac Assembly Line: an Albert King classic

All tunes recorded "live off the floor", mixed and mastered at TenVolt

A sampling of other tunes you may hear at a Big Train musical revue:

Got My Mojo Working - Muddy Waters
Ooh la la - Faces  (yep, Rod Stewart's band)
Mercury Blues - David Lindley
Little Red Rooster - Howlin Wolf (and I suppose the Stones took a run
at it once...)
Lay Down Sally - Clapton
Up on Cripple Creek - The Band
Third Rate Romance - Amazing Rhythm Aces
Downtown Came Uptown - David Wilcox
Honky Tonk Blues - Hank Williams (oh, lord I got 'em...)
Little Sister - Elvis (but we do a take on the Ry Cooder version)
Call Me the Breeze - JJ Cale (you might also know it by Lynyrd Skynyrd...)
Dixie Chicken - Little Feat
Big Train from Memphis - John Fogerty
Mystery Train - Elvis
Six Days On The Road - Burrito Bros
Bring out the Boogie in Me - Sonny Terry & Brownie Mcghee
Johnny B Goode - Peter Tosh  (yep, that version!)
She's Tuff - Fabulous Thunderbirds
You Don't Love Me - Allman Bros
Not Fade Away - Rolling Stones
Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash
New Coat of Paint - Tom Waits
Broke and Lonely - Johnny Winter
Cadillac Assembly Line - Albert King
She Caught The Katy - Taj Mahal
Take Out Some Insurance - Jimmy Reed

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