Big Folk - The Ballad Of The Long Island Railroad (A Dirge For Dashing Dan) mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Pop / Folk music|
|Title:||The Ballad Of The Long Island Railroad (A Dirge For Dashing Dan)|
|Date of release:||1969|
|MP3 album size:||1657 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1923 mb|
|Digital formats:||RA XM AC3 MOD WMA FLAC VOX|
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|A||The Ballad Of The Long Island Railroad (A Dirge For Dashing Dan)|
- Mastered At – Columbia Recording Studios
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
- Words By, Music By – Gene Klavan
NotesSingle-sided promo for radio personality Gene Klavan's AM drive show on WNEW (1130 AM) in New York.
Full artist credit:
Sung by Big Folk (Klavan's folksinging "friend")
Full label credit and rim print:
WNEW ~ METROMEDIA RADIO IN NEW YORK
HEAR KLAVAN IN THE MORNING ON WNEW, MONDAY-SATURDAY, 6-10 A.M.
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