Category: Rock

Highway Man - Red Simpson - Roll,Truck,Roll (Vinyl, LP)


  1. Oct 25,  · Obed Huerta Jr Freightliner Fever by Dave Dudley, Nitro Express by Red Simpson,Roll on Big Mama by Joe Stampley and Guitar town by Steve Earle, we had that road music on cassette back in the day,I had to add white line fever by Merle haggard, Midnight Run by James Hand, 40acres by the Stone River Boys, Road Worn And Weary by the supersuckers, Country Song by the Railbenders, .
  2. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Disc 1: Man Behind The Badge / Disc 2: Roll Truck Roll (Remastered) [IMPORT] by Red Simpson (Feb, Emi) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  3. Written-By – Buck Owens, Red Simpson: A6: Highway Man Written-By – Curtis Leach: B1: Motivatin' Man Written-By – Buck Owens, Red Simpson: B2: Truck Driver's Blues Written-By – Ted Daffan: B3: Big Mack Written-By – June Davis (2) B4: My Baby's Waitin' Written-By – Buck Owens, Red Simpson: B5: Six 4/5(3).
  4. Most have been unavailable since the '70s and '80s! Red Simpson made a name for himself in country music with a string of blacktop anthems like 'Roll Truck Roll', 'The Highway Patrol', 'Diesel Smoke', 'Dangerous Curves', 'Country Western Truck Drivin' Singer', 'Awful Lot to Learn About Truck Drivin', and 'Truck Driver's Heaven'.
  5. The Man Behind the Badge, an Album by Red Simpson. Released in August on Capitol (catalog no. ST; Vinyl LP). Genres: Bakersfield Sound, Country. Featured peformers: Red Simpson (vocals), Bobby Durham (guitar), Bill Woods (guitar), Scotty Turner (guitar), Gene Moles (guitar), Leo Leblanc (steel guitar), George French (piano), Bob Morris (bass), Ray Salter (bass), Melvin King .
  6. Truck Driving Man - Terry Fell & The Fellers The Ballad Of Thunder Road - Robert Mitchum I've Been Everywhere - Hank Snow You Can't Catch Me - Chuck Berry Truck Driver's Boogie - Jim Boyd & His Men Of The West. Disc 2. 1. King Of The Road - Johnny Russell 2. Truck Drivin' Son Of A Gun - Dave Dudley 3. Roll Truck Roll - Red.
  7. In the Golden Age of the LP, country music reputedly was the most popular idiom in North America, although sales may not have so reflected. One of the most enduring offshoots of country proper, "truck driver's music" continues to percolate interest, and not just among country or rockabilly fans.

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