The Nashville Teens - Tobacco Road / La Bamba mp3 album
This disc reissues that entire 1964 album and adds another 14 bonus tracks to it, getting us all the way to 1971 in the group's recorded output. Hot versions Of "Mona," "I Like It Like That," "La Bamba," and "Too Much" are the album's high points, and while the later tracks are a nice touch, they don't quite measure to the group's halcyon days.
13. TNT. 14. Devil In Law. 15. Find My Way Back Home. Tobacco Road (LP, Album, Mono). Tobacco Road (CDr, Album, Unofficial).
This song is by The Nashville Teens and appears on the album Tobacco Road (1964)
23 - The Biggest Night Of Her Life (bonus). 15 - Find My Way Back Home.
Tobacco Road" is a blues song written and first recorded by John D. Loudermilk in 1960 that was a hit for The Nashville Teens in 1964 and has since become a standard across several musical genres. Originally framed as a folk song, "Tobacco Road" was a l tale of growing up in Durham, North Carolina. Released on Columbia Records, it was not a hit for Loudermilk, achieving only minor chart success in Australia. Other artists, however, immediately began recording and performing the song.
Tobacco Road Tracklist. 1. Tobacco Road Lyrics. 5. Hurtin' Inside Lyrics.
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- Manufactured By – Fabrica De Discos Peerless, S.A.
- Producer – Mickie Most