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Weary Travelin Blues - Terry Gilkyson And The Easy Riders - Blue Mountain


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1958
Label: Columbia - CL 1103 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •


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6 thoughts on “ Weary Travelin Blues - Terry Gilkyson And The Easy Riders - Blue Mountain

  1. Terry Gilkyson is not a name that is well remembered today but his influence on pop music and folk music is significant. Terry and the members of his group, the Easy Riders, made contributions as songwriters and performers. And along the way they left us with one song that is very familiar to anyone who listened to music in the 50's.
  2. Terry Gilkyson started out as a singer of "western" music in the 30's. Some of that period is covered here. He went on to sing with folk music legends The Weavers. Their big hits are here with Gilkyson, too. All the songs recorded by The Easy Riders (Gilkyson - Dehr - Miller) are here.
  3. The Easy Riders: Three Jolly Rogues Of Lynne: Charmin' Bells: Nine Hundred Miles: Greensleeves: John Hardy: Green Grow The Lilacs: Rich Dehr Demos: Fond Affection: Box Of Rosewood: Terry Gilkyson: Fond Affection: The Man You Don't Meet Ev'ry Day: Lonesome Rider: Tom Jack: Wait By The Willow: Golden 5/5(1).
  4. 2 October [] Columbia Recording Studio, 7th Ave., New York City – Easy Riders (Terry Gilkyson) [vcl], Richard Dehr [vcl/gt], Frank Miller [vcl/gt], John Pizzarelli [gt], Frank Carroll [bass]) [finished October 4] E51 CO MAYFIELD MOUNTAIN CS BCD E52 CO ROVING GAMBLER CS BCD
  5. Kapp Album Discography, Part 2 KL /KS Main Series () By David Edwards, Patrice Eyries, Mike Callahan, Randy Watts, Vince Miller and Tim Neely Last update: March 15, During the period covered on this page, stereo was introduced. For Kapp, this was quite a mess as far as catalog numbers went.
  6. In , Gilkyson met Rich Dehr and Frank Miller, a duo who called themselves the Easy Riders, and the three decided to join forces. They wrote "Memories Are Made of This," a song that became a number one hit for Dean Martin, and recorded Marianne and Other Songs for Columbia in

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