Two Trains Running - The Blues Project - Projections (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Projections, an Album by The Blues Project. Released in November on Verve Forecast (catalog no. FTS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock. Featured peformers: Jerry Schoenbaum (supervisor), Val Valentin (engineer), Sid Bernstein (liner notes), Jim .
  2. Two Trains Running This song is by The Blues Project and appears on the album Projections (). My mother told my father Well before I was born You got a boy child coming Sure is gonna be He's gonna be The boy will be a rolling stone SOLO I went to my baby's house Well I fell down right on the steps She said come in come in Danny Oh well my other man Well well well my other man Don.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Projections - The Blues Project on AllMusic - - Produced by Tom Wilson (Dylan, Zappa), the Blues.
  4. PROJECTIONS - STEREO - BLUES PROJECT Label:Verve Forecast ‎– FTSFormat:Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, StereoCountry:USGenre:Jazz, Funk / Soul.
  5. Two Trains Running Lyrics: My mother told my father / Well before I was born / You got a boy child coming / Sure is gonna be / He's gonna be / The boy will be a rolling stone / SOLO / I went to my.
  6. ®© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc./Printed in U.S.A. MGM Pressing from original MGM resubmitted masters (MGS), with variant center labels (typeset) from this Rainbo press reissue by same catalog #. Variant liner includes, but not limited to, Artist / Title with separation, from this reissued liner which also shows a longer RIAA statement, but shorter Mfg, attribute, at bottom/5(13).
  7. Projections, an Album by The Blues Project. Released in November on Verve Forecast (catalog no. FT; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock.
  8. Jun 01,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Blues Project - Two Trains Running - Live YouTube Eric Clapton with The Allman Brothers Band "Why Has Love Got To Be So Sad" - .
  9. A stone cooker from the Blues Project – a fantastic mix of blues, folk, and pretty darn hard rocking guitar – all recorded with a sense of freedom that really lets the group open up and do their thing! The album's overflowing with great original Al Kooper tunes – and the set's recorded with a great edge to the guitars, making for some wonderfully psychedelic moments &ndash.

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