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5/8/09 – Train Songs Pt. 2 – “Mystery Train”

Posted: May 8th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , | 5 Comments »

Train Is Comin’…

Train Songs

Part 2

The Friday Night Cat Fight continues its focus on Train Songs this week, as we feature part 2 of our 3 part musical journey on “Trains”.  Hop a freight with the Delmore Brothers or just dig with The Box Tops, Louis Jordan, Johnny Cash and many more.

This week, 2 hep cats battle it out over the classic Sun Records’ side, “Mystery Train”.  Listen to the program and decide for yourself who is “king” of the “Mystery Train”.

Which One Do You DIG THE MOST? - "Mystery Train"

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5 Comments on “5/8/09 – Train Songs Pt. 2 – “Mystery Train””

  1. 1 Sierra said at 9:47 pm on May 8th, 2009:

    Hi, Matt! Great show! I can’t think of anything Elvis did that I don’t like, so he got my vote this time, hands down! Always great to hear anything you post, especially your own voice. Believe me, if you played only half the music you do put up here, I’d still listen regularly to the marvellous personality from our furry leader. Here’s hoping you and Kelly have a safe and wonderful Mother’s Day weekend.

  2. 2 Yum Yum said at 5:37 am on May 9th, 2009:

    Trains and Boats and Planes lead me to the Fri. Night Cat Fight with the best of the best the one and only Matt The No. Cat !! The Newsletter and The Cat Fight are Fri. delights ! Just keep it up Matt and Dee Clark !! Yum Yum

  3. 3 Virginia said at 7:24 am on May 9th, 2009:

    Thanks Matt for playing all these reminders of the past and quite a few numbers which I don’t think I’ve ever heard before. Tonights show was awesome as usual.

  4. 4 David said at 7:00 am on May 10th, 2009:

    Yeah, bay-bee, you been rollin’ down the tracks with these train shows! They’re rockin’! Thank you! Elvis got the feeling of this song a bit better, I think.

  5. 5 Dan said at 5:46 pm on May 13th, 2009:

    Never heard Little Jr.’s Blue Flames version, which was terrific. Wish you had included the Paul Butterfield version with Sam Lay’s great drumming.

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