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500 Miles Away From Home - Jerry Reed - Jerry Reed (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. A set with a title and cover that are a bit understated, but a groove that's got the Alabama wild man completely at home! As with other Reed albums from the time, there's a nice blend of styles at play – some tunes have Jerry's guitar right up front, some get a bit funky, and some have him laying back into a more traditional country-styled approach – the last of which makes for a.
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  2. Album: Jerry Reed / Original Release Date: Miles Away From Home Jerry Reed. Top Jerry Reed Lyrics Georgia Sunshine Lord Mr. Ford Alabama Wild Man Alabama Jubilee Tupelo Mississippi Flash Breakin' Loose Texas Bound And A Flyin' The Ballad Of Gator Mcklusky When You're Hot You're Hot She Got The Goldmine.
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  3. Away from home away from home cold and tired and all alone Well I'm five hundred miles away from home Yeah pick it boy Do it again Watch me ah yeah can’t get enough ha ha I can't remember when I ate I just thumb and walk and wait I'm still five hundred miles away from home If my luck had been just right I'da be with them all tonight But I'm.
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  4. Jerry Reed, an Album by Jerry Reed. Released in May on RCA Victor (catalog no. LSP; Vinyl LP). Genres: Country. Featured peformers: Jimmy Capps (electric guitar), Pete Wade (electric guitar), Paul Yandell (electric guitar), Steve Schaffer (bass), Henry Strzelecki (bass), Pete Blue (piano), Floyd Cramer (piano), Larrie Londin (drums), Jim Isbell (drums), Brenton Banks (violin), George.
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  5. This is the third CD music of Jerry Reed I have. A lot of these songs on this CD are from before (13 tracks prior to ). This is a BMG Special Product CD. There is 2 LP /5(8).
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  6. Nov 27,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Miles Away From Home on Discogs/5(6).
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  7. " Miles Away from Home" 5 10 4 — — Miles Away From Home: "Miller's Cave" 4 33 12 — — The Best of Bobby Bare "Have I Stayed Away Too Long" 47 94 — — — singles only "He Was a Friend of Mine" — — — — "Four Strong Winds" 3 60 9 — 40 The Best of Bobby Bare: "A Dear John Letter" (with Skeeter Davis) 11
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  8. " Miles " (also known as " Miles Away from Home " or " Railroaders' Lament ") is a song made popular in the United States and Europe during the s folk revival. The simple repetitive lyrics offer a lament by a traveller who is far from home, out of money and too ashamed to return.
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  9. Jerry Reed Hubbard was the second child born to Robert Spencer Hubbard and Cynthia Hubbard, two Atlanta cotton mill workers who barely earned enough money to keep the family together. Jerry's birth on March 20, strained an already troubled marriage, and four months later the couple separated.
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