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Going To The West

by Ed Littlefield Jr.

"This recording just glistens. It radiates the true spirit of back porch American music... 'Peggy-O' is a gem... I just can't stop listening to Going to the West... is this some kind of potent sonic voodoo?" --- Micky Hart, the Grateful Dead Ed Littlef
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Going to the West
4:13 album only
2. Johnson Boys
3:48 album only
3. You'll Find Her Name Written There
4:17 album only
4. Been All Around This World
3:14 album only
5. Pretty Peggy O
6:37 album only
6. Miss Julia's Waltz
4:56 album only
7. Waterbound
3:18 album only
8. Kingdom Coming
3:33 album only
9. Standing In The Need Of Prayer
3:07 album only
10. Sail Away Ladies
5:58 album only
11. Green Light On The Southern Cross
4:01 album only
12. Over The Waterfall
4:12 album only
13. Miss Julia's Dream
3:34 album only


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Ed Littlefield Jr. (vocals, pedal steel guitar, Highland bagpipes, keyboards, mandolin, Dobro, lead guitar), a product of the Northern California folk scene, relocated to Washington State in the early 1970s. He toured extensively with the well-known Seattle Western swing band Lance Romance before founding Sage Arts, one of the Northwest's premier recording studios, where he functions as a producer and engineer. Ed is one of the most innovative of the new breed of pedal steel guitarists; among his influences, he counts Ian & Sylvia, Bob Dylan, Flatt & Scruggs, Hank Williams, Doc Watson, Ernest Tubb, The Grateful Dead, The Band, and The Rolling Stones.



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