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Disc 1

1. Six Days On The Road - Dave Dudley
2. Convoy - Ferlin Husky
3. Highway 51 - Bob Dylan
4. Truck Driver's Boogie - Jess Willard
5. Haulin' Freight - Bob Newman
6. Truck Driver's Night Run Blues - Austin Wood & His Missouri Swingsters
7. Passing Zone Blues - Coleman Wilson
8. Truck Driver's Blues - Webb Pierce
9. Wreck On The Highway - Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper & The Clinch Mountain Clan
10. Somethin' Else - Eddie Cochran
11. Truck Driving Man - Glen Campbell & The Green River Boys
12. Truck Driver's Ride - Speedy West
13. Truck Drivin' Outlaw - Dennis Olson
14. Forty Miles Of Bad Road - Duane Eddy
15. Phantom 309 - Ferlin Husky
16. Truck Driving Man - Terry Fell & The Fellers
17. The Ballad Of Thunder Road - Robert Mitchum
18. I've Been Everywhere - Hank Snow
19. You Can't Catch Me - Chuck Berry
20. Truck Driver's Boogie - Jim Boyd & His Men Of The West

Disc 2

1. King Of The Road - Johnny Russell
2. Truck Drivin' Son Of A Gun - Dave Dudley
3. Roll Truck Roll - Red Simpson
4. Speedin' West - Speedy West
5. I'm A Truck - Ferlin Husky
6. Detour - The Ventures
7. Trucker's Vitus - Lonnie Irving
8. No Money Down - Chuck Berry
9. Truck Stop Grill - Arthur Smith & His Cracker-Jacks
10. I'm Coming Home - Johnny Horton
11. Weekend - Eddie Cochran
12. Truck Driver's Blues - Ferlin Husky
13. Drivin' Home - Duane Eddy
14. Lonesome Truck Driver's Blues - Bob Newman
15. Keep A-Driving - Chuck Willis
16. Going Down That Road - Ersel Hickey
17. Road Hog - John D. Loudermilk
18. A Green Truck Driver's First Experience With Radar - Coleman Wilson
19. Long Drive To Dallas - Pam Tillis (Live)
20. Dead Man's Curve - Jan & Dean

Keep On Truckin'


Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD723

Bar-Code 5060143497230

Availability: In stock


Author Jane Stern, in her definitive book about truckers, hailed them as the last American cowboys and it’s easy to see the analogy. Riding the range and riding the road can both be tough and lonely, though often appearing romantic, thanks to Hollywood movies. Some trucking songs became so popular that they did end up being Hollywood movies - Convoy, a song penned by Bill Fries and Chip Davis in the mid-70s and performed here by Ferlin Husky. The trip through Tulsa and ultimately to Chicago, as documented by driver Rubber Duck’s CB conversation with other truckers, enthralled America. So much so that Fries’ own version of the song hurtled to No.1 in the US and Canada, inspiring the making of the Sam Peckinpah film, Convoy.

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