Johnny Duncan died while this album was being prepared, but he did approve the project and spent many hours researching it with Keith Glass. Keith also wrote the booklet notes and produced four new tracks by Johnny, which would have been the basis for an album of completely new material. We have added these to a selection of Johnny's best recordings from the 50s. The booklet notes settle once and for all Johnny Duncan's origins and the story of his 'disappearance' to Australia. Note that the tracks listed below are a revised version of the CD contents as printed in our 2000 catalogue.
Rockabilly Baby; Last Train To San Fernando; Footprints In The Snow; Get Along Home, Cindy; Rockabilly Medley; Blue, Blue Heartache; Jig Along Home; Gospel Medley; If You Love Me Baby; Freight Train Blues; Press On; Johnny’s Blue Yodel; Which Way Did He Go?; More And More; Kaw-Liga; Ella Speed; Just A Little Lovin’; Calamity Mose; Itchin’ ; For My Baby;I Heard The Bluebirds Sing; Yonder Comes A Sucker; All Of The; Monkeys Ain't In The Zoo; This Train; That’s All Right Darlin’; Railroad Medley; She Took The Engineer; Cold And Lonely; Trail; Hillbilly Daddy; Tennessee To Taree