Definitely not the same as the previous Graham Nash song. This is a live performance of the track from the album Down The Road I Go, played at Farm Aid … Continue readingTravis Tritt: Southbound Train
This is a live version of the song from the album Let Me Up I’ve Had Enough. (That’s enough runaway trains – Ed).
Yet another fugitive locomotive, this time from Dame Elton’s 1992 album The One.
Again, no relation to the previous songs. This is a live version of the hit track from the 1992 album Grave Dancers Union.
No relation whatsoever to yesterday’s song of the same name from the Drive-By Truckers. This one was written by John Stewart and featured on Rosanne’s 1988 album King’s Record Shop. … Continue readingRosanne Cash: Runaway Train
Adam’s House Cat was formed in the late 1980s in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. They went on to find fame as the Drive-By Truckers. Here’s the original Runaway Train. And here’s … Continue readingAdam’s House Cat: Runaway Train
‘And the train conductor says: Take a break, driver 8.’ From the 1984 album Reckoning.
This was written by Graham Nash and appeared on the 1972 Graham Nash/David Crosby album. I’ve always thought it sounded more like a Neil Young song. Here’s a live version … Continue readingGraham Nash and David Crosby: Southbound Train
Great version on the Letterman Show of the wonderful song from Land of Dreams about a train journey from Los Angeles to New Orleans.
An A&M debut for the Doobsters with this old favourite from 1973, viewed more than 17million times on YouTube.