Larry Hanks | The Last Wagon

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The Last Wagon

by Larry Hanks

In a simple and free-flowing baritone voice, "American Treasure" and "Folksinger's folksinger", Larry Hanks, sings songs of Western migration, to his own acoustic guitar accompaniment.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Elanoy
2:35 album only
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2. Goodbye Old Paint
4:03 album only
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3. Iron Pants Pete
3:07 album only
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4. South Coast
6:36 album only
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5. The Rivers of Texas
2:34 album only
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6. The Roundup Cook
0:51 album only
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7. The Old Settler
4:00 album only
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8. The Last Wagon
3:00 album only
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9. The Gol-Darned Wheel
3:17 album only
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10. Roll On, Little Dogies
3:26 album only
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11. Old Dolores
2:16 album only
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12. The Trusty Lariat
3:56 album only
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13. The Girl I Left Behind
4:09 album only
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14. Starving to Death on a Government Claim
3:33 album only
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15. The Ballad of Tom Joad
5:46 album only
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16. Hell in Texas
2:47 album only
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17. Far from Home
3:29 album only
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18. Blue Mountain
2:44 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I had conceived of this album being about “Western migration”, i.e.: trapping, mining, cowboys, and farming. But, the collection turned out to be mostly cowboy songs with a few others tossed in for a little balance. So, we’ll begin with a little invitation, and “inducement”, one of many; to move West to the “new” “garden land”:

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