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I Gotta Move - Phil Gammage* - Night Train (CD, Album)

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  1. Phil Gammage, songwriter and performer has a plenitude of enthusiasts. He has enjoyed the fruits of success and the tormets of failure through his music. M.
  2. Phillip Gammage - Night Train To Nashville-Music City Rhythm And Blues - Vol. 2 - miibartnamursificarfihejetocom.coinfo Music.
  3. K.B.F.H. Pre FM Master CD From The Krw_co Collection LINEAGE DIR K.B.F.H PRE FM CD TO EAC SECURE MODE TO WAV FILES 16/ TO>MAGIX AUDIO CLEANING LAB FOR KRW TRACK MARKS EDITS AND VOLUME ADJUSTMENT WAV 16/ TRADERS LITTLE HELPER FLAC (LEVEL 8) Steve Miller Guitars Vocals Gary Mallaber Drums Lonnie Turner Bass Norton Buffalo .
  4. A retrospective album, Motel Songs came out in featuring songs from Phil Gammage's first four CD's. The Last Call Records website also mentions two other bands that Phil Gammage has been in recently: "As the nineties have progressed, Phil Gammage has .
  5. Night Train (album) Artist Phil Gammage Released Genre Strangers on a Train 7. I Gotta Move 8. Someday You’ll Call My Name 9. Down Through the Ages Walkabout. Related. About Phil Gammage Phil Gammage is a New York-based roots and blues musician, songwriter.
  6. Night Train; Honey Hush; I Like It Like That; I Wanna Know (What Cha Doin’ Down There) She Likes To Boogie Real Low; I’m Going Home; Sweet Baby of Mine; Willie and the Hand Jive; I Hear You Knockin’ Do Right, Baby; Tracks of Disc 3; 1. My Baby Just Cares for Me; 2. I Just Want To Make Love To You; 3. I Missing: Phil Gammage*.
  7. Phil Gammage offers a good time mix of blues, soul, and boogie featuring the original songs of the native Texan (lead vocals, guitar, blues harp) as well as a diverse selection of classic cover songs. Phil can perform solo or in a small combo for intimate events, or with a full band for larger venues.
  8. CD brings together material from the 10" LP sets vols 3 and 4 – and tracks include "Fire Of Love" by Jody Reynolds, "Lonely Moon" by Johnny Wells, "On The Horizon" by Ben E King, "Squaw Girl" by Fatima, "Hellbound Train" by Marie Robertson, "Tennessee Hillbilly Ghost" by Eddy Arnold, "Hard Working Man" by Dorsey Burnette, "Lumber City" by Big.

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