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Little David Play On Your Harp - Merle Travis - Walkin The Strings (CD)

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  1. In his liner notes to the reissue on CD, Chet Atkins states: "This collection is just the very best you will ever hear of Merle Travis." [citation needed] Track listing. All songs are credited to Merle Travis except as indicated "Walkin' the Strings" "Little David Play on Your Harp" (with vocal) "Saturday Night Shuffle" "Thumbing the Bass".
  2. Little David Play On Your Harp (Instrumental) Little David Play On Your Harp (Instrumental) "Walkin' The Strings", with liner notes by Chet Atkins, is some of the best playing you will ever hear. A must for any Merle Travis collector! This CD is exactly the same as the LP that was released many years ago! If you missed the LP somehow 5/5(2).
  3. Merle Robert Travis (November 29, – October 20, ) was an American country and western singer, songwriter, and musician born in Rosewood, Kentucky. His .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Walkin' The Strings on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - • Format: CD Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country.
  5. 1 March [no - remastered transcriptions] Hollywood, CA - Merle Travis (G) WALKIN' THE STRINGS T (G) LITTLE DAVID PLAY ON YOUR HARP T (G) SATURDAY NIGHT SHUFFLE T (G) THUMBING THE BASS T
  6. OCLC Number: Notes: Capitol Nashville: (additional no.: ). Previously released in as Capitol T Compact disc.
  7. Tracklist with lyrics of the album MERLE TRAVIS GUITAR / WALKIN THE STRINGS PLUS [] of Merle Travis: Blue Smoke - Black Diamond Blues - On a Bicycle.
  8. This nice set combines a pair of Merle Travis LPs, 's The Merle Travis Guitar and 's Walkin' the Strings, with a half-dozen or so bonus tracks and radio transcriptions, and it spotlights all the parts of Travis' impressive talent as a performer -- and Travis could pretty much do it all. The thumb- and index-finger guitar picking method he learned as a kid in Muhlenberg County, KY.
  9. Although originally issued on LP in (it was reissued on CD in ), these 22 songs were actually recorded in the late '40s and early '50s for Capitol's Electrical Transciption series.

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