Train 4510 Apr 2013, by A SONG A DAY in
It’s been said that nothing makes a more lonesome sound in the world than a train whistle. For 100 years–from the early to mid 1800s into the mid 1900s, trains were the lifeblood of America, and trains were featured in popular songs.
Woody Guthrie did his own recording of this traditional folk tune in the 1940s.
The California Feetwarmers climbed aboard to back me up on our take of it.
Written by TRADITIONAL
Jeff Moran-Bass, Lapsteel
Patrick Morrison-Electric Guitar
Carlos Reynoso-Acoustic Guitar