Dr. Wu' and Friends | "Slow Rollin' Train" (Movie Version) [feat. Buddy Whittington]

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"Slow Rollin' Train" (Movie Version) [feat. Buddy Whittington]

by Dr. Wu' and Friends

This song was inspired by our good friend and Dr. Wu' alumni, the late great Stephen Bruton ....we miss you Stephen
Genre: Blues: Texas Style
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1. "Slow Rollin' Train" (Movie Version) (feat. Buddy Whittington)
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Originally released on our Texas Blues Vol. 2 CD and sung by Gerald Lawrence, the song took on a new life and popularity with this re-recorded "Movie Version" ...featuring "Texas Bluesman" BUDDY WHITTINGTON.



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Claus Stender

A Tribute to Stephen Bruton who sadly died in 2009!
The original song you will find on Vol.2 of the "Texas Blues" Project. It is a tribute to Stephen Bruton who sadly passed away in 2009. Stephen was part of the recordings from 2007 called Vol.1.
Bryan Freeze & Jim Ashworth, the masterminds of Dr. Wu' wrote the song and the great Buddy Whittington plays guitar on both versions.
Take this song as an appetizer. To enjoy the whole meal buy one of the CD's or better the both they recorded so far!
Great Job, Bryan, Jim & Buddy!

Wu' 2 You - Claus

Darren Houk

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