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8 Replies to “ Mystery Train - Various - RocknRoll 39-59 (CD) ”

  1. In its original form, "Mystery Train" was an excellent electric blues song, but considerably different from the Elvis interpretation. It had a slower R&B groove, with piano and sax, the sax mimicking a train whistle in the opening bars, the drums mimicking the rhythm of an actual train.
  2. VARIOUS ARTISTS. out of 5 stars 5. Audio CD. This particular collection is prefominately traditional country, though Sleepy LaBeef provides a rockabilly cover of Mystery train and there are a few bluegrass tracks too. Johnny Cash (who has recorded many train songs) opens the set with Casey Jones, a song which (like other old songs /5(7).
  3. Song information for Mystery Train - Elvis Presley on AllMusic. Song information for Mystery Train - Elvis Presley on AllMusic Contemporary Pop/Rock (9) Early Pop/Rock (9) Rock & Roll (9) Rockabilly (9) Add Styles. Song Moods. All Moods. Various Artists. 50 Rock and Roll Originals. Delta:
  4. Mystery Train: – Junior Parker* Mystery Train – Elvis Presley: Blue Moon: – Otis Redding: Pain In My Heart: – Roy Orbison: Domino – Rufus Thomas: The Memphis Train – Bobby Blue Bland* Get Your Money Where You Spend Your Time – The Bar-Kays* Soul Finger: Mystery Train – John Lurie: Long Spell Of Cold Day/5(58).
  5. "Mystery Train is a temporal comedy that takes place within one twenty-four hour period in Memphis, Tennessee. the films [sic.] is a kind of triptych including three separate but connecting stories, like those Japanese films made up of several ghost stories, or the Italian ones consisting of romantic comedies/5(6).
  6. all original recordings by the original artists. you get: jerry lee lewis-breathless, johnny cash-folsom prison blues, little richard-tutti fruti, bobby darin-splish splash, the platters with tony williams-the great pretender etc; you won't go wrong buying this 10 cd protcamahteledurlacarbelldolume.coinfo's awesome i'm having a good time the platters with tony williams-the great pretender listening to these cds/5(9).

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